Whitehorse singer Sarah MacDougall’s new record sounds like scenery

‘Just getting out of town slightly, you can see a lot of beauty’

Yukon Archives project aims to identify First Nations individuals in historical photos

Project seeks help naming people in about 600 photos taken between the 1950s and the 1970s

No retreat: Keno arts workshop keeps festival-goers busy

‘This festival is bringing out the best in people’

  • Jul 10, 2018

Family mediation pilot project aims to get Yukon families out of court and talking

Mediation has advantages over sorting family issues out in court, counsellor and mediator Pat Bragg says

Dennis Shorty’s symbol of residential school experience among new additions to the Yukon’s art collection

‘I can’t forget what happened to me, but I learn how to carry on through my artwork’

Whitehorse basks in 24 Hours of Gaylight

‘You are worthy, you are loved, you are enough’

Nature, history drive artist inspiration for Created at the Canyon

Put on by the Yukon Conservation Society, the event sees six artists create work at Miles Canyon

Whitehorse piano project aims to tickle the ivory this summer

‘Basically this happened as a good accident’

Busy start to Yukon bear season

Headed for the bush? Travel in groups, make noise and for the love of God don’t feed the bears

Yukon First Nations celebrate grad

Students from Alberta, British Columbia, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories gathered…

Dawson City festival has all the fun that’s fit to print

Seventh annual print festival kicks off May 30

Major Funk and the Employment reporting for duty

Whitehorse band gears up for album release June 9

Dancing northern lights

Summer solstice may just be over a month away, but that’s not…

It’s lit: would-be firefighters strut their stuff at Beat The Heat bootcamp

‘We will be there fighting for our people and our country’

Northern Vision Development walks fine line bringing Outside concerts to Whitehorse

‘It’s a high-risk market to be in but I believe there’s a market for it’

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’