Strong songs: Yukon youth write and record music videos

‘It’s unbelievable how talented these young people are’

Yukon kids learn trapping traditions

‘It’s important to not give up on the youth’

Where eagles dare: Bald eagles have returned to the Yukon for the season

‘The dump is an excellent eagle viewing location. Seems weird to say, but it is’

Whitehorse musicians offer film scores online

‘People know when they come to the site that there is a certain aesthetic and level of quality’

Simapalooza draws big crowd for sunshine and spring skiing

The two-day event wrapped up with the Slush Cup April 8

Guild Hall play transforms theatre experience into high-stakes spelling bee

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee runs until April 21

Yukon’s Calla Kinglit releases her first album

‘When it’s real it’s better than what could ever be in your head because it’s actually there’

Vuntut Gwitchin artist Jeneen Frei Njootli works in ‘sound and dust and residue’

New solo exhibition brings a unique piece of the North to Peterborough, ON

  • Apr 5, 2018

For Project Lynx, ‘wrap-around’ support for young victims is key

A branch of Victim Services, Project Lynx offers support for victims of crime younger than 19

Fire-grilled feast serves up Indigenous fare

‘I believe Indigenous food, and the spirit behind eating it, is Canadian food’

The boreal owl: Yukon’s secretive, bite-sized raptor

Even with their abundance, actual sightings of a boreal owl are rare

Pneumonia-causing strain of bacteria found in Alaskan wild sheep, goats for the first time

‘This is an issue we have been concerned about for quite some time’

  • Mar 22, 2018

What’s the deal with airline food? Yukon Comedy Festival aims to find out

‘We’re trying to give them the most Yukon experience ever’

Mayo, Yukon, DJ Dustin Miles bound for festival in Norway in April

‘It’s not like playing Arts in the Park in Mayo, you know?’

Breakdancing Yukon Society dances all day long

Dance marathon raises money for projects, events, and educational trips

How three bison ended up dead in the middle the Yukon wilderness

Three bison were spotted in a remote valley a 40-minute helicopter ride outside of Haines Junction

How Northern dogs went from ‘howl’ to ‘woof’

Archaeological evidence shows humans were burying their canine best friends nearly 15,000 years ago

  • Mar 13, 2018

B.C. veterinarian wants 2,900-km wildlife death trap removed

Collapsed, 100-year-old Yukon Telegraph line believed to be killing moose across north

Senior-songwriters are the new singer-songwriters

Whitehorse songwriting project focuses on fighting isolation among seniors