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

Santa makes an appearance on Main Street

This weekend was Whitehorse’s Santa Claus Parade

An out-of-this-world project

Yukon College plans the mission for its mini satellite

Kwanlin Dün First Nation offers skills training steeped in tradition

The 12-week program blends tradition and professional expertise, connecting citizens to employment

Ptarmigan are built to thrive in the winter

While some creatures struggle through long winters, ptarmigan are so good at it they gain weight

Can you dig it?

Yukon College professor cataloguing 15 years worth of artifacts

Scientists studying ancient bison horns hope to unlock ice-age mysteries

A team from Alaska recently worked on the Yukon’s collection of steppe bison horn sheaths

Whitehorse women’s advocate earns Governor General’s award

Charlotte Hrenchuk, of the Yukon Status of Women Council, was named one of the winners on Oct. 18

Give me a sign: Yukon organization offers a fall sign language course

Class is in session for the YACL’s fall sign language course

VIDEO: Whitehorse resident turns 100

Olive Patton celebrated earlier this month

Ale in the Dark fundraiser puts taste buds to the test

Event attendees try to identify beers while wearing blindfolds

Canadian Museum of Nature gives Yukon biologist lifetime achievement award

David Mossop has worked as a biologist in the Yukon for nearly 50 years