Friends in low places: Bacteria being used to help reclaim Keno mine site

A tiny friend is being used to solve a big problem. Vancouver-based…

  • Apr 11, 2019

Signing off: Sandi Coleman, CBC Yukon’s A New Day host, is to retire this month

Coleman’s career spans four decades, including the last 16 years in the Yukon

Photo page: Simapalooza 2019

Some scenes from this year’s Simapalooza

Water, water, not quite everywhere: precipitation is down across the territory

The report documents trends from October 2018 to February 2019

Getting to know Yukon’s big, not so bad, wolves

Killing a moose means taking down an animal which weighs more than the whole pack combined

Imam sheds light on Islam

‘Everyone should know the Islam is a religion of peace and love’

New Yukon College podcast offers an oral history on the journey to reconciliation

Walking Our Path Together helps capture traditional Indigenous knowledge-sharing in a modern format

A ski trip for those who caribou’t the environment

Environment Yukon is hosting a“ski-bou”

Rendezvous in review

Some photos of this year’s Rendezvous

City makes organic waste collection mandatory for Whitehorse businesses

“What we’ve been hearing is, ‘oh great, you’ve finally brought us a green cart,’ not, ‘You suck, now I have to do this thing.’”

A tale from the trail: The Arctic Ultra marathon distance

Writer Amy Kenny completed the race with guts, scotch and possibly an emergency McMuffin

Two Yukon bird species with declining populations are being considered for a special federal status

The red-necked phalarope and the evening grosbeak are being considered for “special concern” status

The Kluane ice cave is melting away

Hikers should not enter the cave, which is likely to collapse in the next five years or so

Walk and talk

A former nurse offers conversation, companionship and motivation

Yukon Transportation Museum, YuKonstruct team up to build gold rush-inspired tramway

The project is being completely designed and built by volunteers.

Ready, set, robot

Whitehorse Lego League team heading to championships

Climate change training teaches youth

A four-day workshop takes place in Whitehorse this month

Literary bar crawl gives new meaning to the term “run-on sentence”

Four local writers are reading at four downtown bars as part of the Pivot Festival

Polar plunge raises money in low temperatures

$21,000 is going to support Special Olympics Yukon