Photo gallery: Enjoying 24 hours of gaylight in Whitehorse

Yukon News photographer Crystal Schick captured some highlights of the 2019 Pride parade

Operation Nanook prepares emergency responders for the worst

Mock scenario saw neighbourhoods evacuated as fictional wildfire approached

Whitehorse teacher wins Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Marie Bélanger was the only Yukoner to get the award this year

Yukon vet takes practice online

Kristenn Magnusson joins Healthy Pets

Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation has a new caribou coordinator

It’s the first time someone has held the position in roughly 10 years

Yukon youth set to show off their skills to the rest of Canada

Eighteen Yukoners have qualified for the Skills Canada National Competition at the end of the month

Ice-age giant beaver’s diet of pond weeds likely contributed to extinction, new study says

“You have this animal that’s seven feet tall that just eats little pond weeds”

Putting a face to your food (and drink): the Yukoners who inspired menu items downtown

Spend enough time eating in downtown Whitehorse and you’ll find several establishments with food named after Yukoners.

Yukon Human Rights Commission turns to artificial intelligence for a new reporting tool

Spot is a chatbot that allows people to record and report incidents of discrimination 24 hours a day

Creating a safe space for those grappling with concussions

Concussion Café Yukon had its debut on April 25

Keeping kids safe online

Cyber safety expert to address Whitehorse parents and caregivers

Whitehorse starts getting ready for Japanese students

This summer 13 Japanese students are slated to come north

Lecture aims to educate hunters and hikers about archeological finds

The event is taking place at Whitehorse’s Beringia Interpretive Centre the evening of April 17.

Nosework gives dog owners a chance to put their pup’s snouts to the test

The Whitehorse Woofers Club is hosting its first formal nosework trial next month

Tailing ponds at the defunct United Keno Hill Mine. (Submitted)

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…

Tailing ponds at the defunct United Keno Hill Mine. (Submitted)

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