Life

Taking a closer look at Kluane National Park

This summer’s bioblitz uncovered a snail not spotted in the Yukon before

New language classes in Old Crow aim to teach adults Gwich’in

The classes this fall will be offered one day per week, for six hours a day, for 16 or 17 weeks.

  • Aug 25th, 2017

Driftwood Holly’s little boat becomes driftwood itself

If you’re on Lake Laberge and you see a little paddlewheeler, kindly send it downriver

  • Aug 24th, 2017
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Whitehorse band Ukes of Hazard wrap up epic summer

‘You want to keep those great things happening. You have to keep working’

  • Aug 22nd, 2017

Despite strong Alaska numbers, Yukon First Nations reporting low chinook returns

‘We don’t want to be like the cod fishery in the East Coast’

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Dawson City’s League of Lady Wrestlers goes out with a bang

Haines Junction’s new Augusto Festival focuses on the Yukon’s smallest fans

Organizers plan a weekend of festivities specifically aimed at kids

After five years, Dawson City’s League of Lady Wrestlers to storm the ring one last time

‘It’s going to be a lot of emotion and a lot of energy. It’s a big work of beauty.’

Horse hotel: RCMP Musical Ride takes over Whitehorse arena

18 dump truck loads of dirt, 175 bales of special hay and a lot of wood chips

Invasive species a threat to Yukon environment and economy

‘I worry about zebra mussels, to be honest’

In Haines, the salmon are biting

I don’t come to Haines for bears. I come for fish

Invaders: Many common ‘wildflowers’ are invasive species in the Yukon

Ox-eye daisies, sweet clover and hawkbeard are among the most common invaders

Don’t rely on bear spray in the back country, experts say

Not knowing how to use bear spray properly can lead to a grizzly scene

  • Jul 27th, 2017

The life and times (and bag limits) of Yukon’s lake trout

‘They’re something as spectactular as a grizzly’

Piano man invites Whitehorse residents and visitors to tickle the ivory

Plans to put pianos in public spaces would Whitehorse on par with cities around the world

Life lines: Te Wehi Preston brings Māori tattooing to the Yukon

‘Tā moko is not a tattoo for our people. It is a way of life’

Rain fails to dampen fun at the Atlin Arts and Music Festival

‘This is one of the top folk music festivals in the country’

Angling for one of Yukon’s overlooked fishing gems

Fish and game association educates kids on the upside of the overlooked whitefish