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Being ‘too stubborn to fail’ is a key ingredient to craft beer making in the Yukon

The MacBride Museum is hosting three events that look at the history of beer in the territory

Raising the bar on chocolate

Yukon Chocolate Company set to open its doors

The name might be Stirling but he’s going for gold

Whitehorse’s Bob Stirling named prospector of the year

At HackYG, new ideas to solve old problems emerge

The hackathon, organized by YuKonstruct, focused on using technology to improve how the Yukon government runs

The great horned owl is the Yukon’s “storybook owl”

The great horned owl is easily recognized by two feather tufts on its head

Aw, shucks: Wayfarer Oyster House is open for business

Wayfarer Oyster House has its soft opening

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“It’s really filled our cup”: Summit Kombucha co-owner on positive reception in Whitehorse

The Yukon’s first kombucha makers are opening their own shop later this month

Open sesame: Bullet Hole Bagels sets up shop

Co-owner Adrian Burrill says he’s excited for the next chapter in the shop’s hole-y adventure

Beer brewer does it different

Matt Waugh, of Deep Dark Wood Brewing Company, says his distinct product has been well-received

Challengers set sights on the Yukon’s burger baroness

‘Do I feel like a target? Oh yeah. I love it’

Whitehorse investors plan to open boutique hotel downtown

19 of 57 rooms will be available for purchase

Yukon Chamber of Mines digs for more information on proposed staking changes

YG says new rules would only apply to areas already off-limits to staking

Walmart to end overnight RV camping this summer

If only drivers of vehicles equipped with beds, fridges and showers could find shelter….

Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation plugs in Old Crow solar power project

‘We talk about owning our own community so this is exciting’

Competition topples Tippy Mah’s Whitehorse condo plans

Work suspended on 44-unit project after pre-sales fall short

Trans Mountain controversy could reshape the political landscape in B.C., Alberta and beyond

Alberta NDP and federal Liberals stand to lose the most

  • Jun 16, 2018

Yukon contractors start to feel the pinch of Canada-U.S tariff spat

‘I think it’s absurd that we have tariffs because of national security…. It’s ridiculous’

Claims, costs increase for Yukon workers’ compensation system

Board says it still has more money than it needs to cover liabilities