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It’s a small world after all

Yukon photographer focuses on the little things

Out North Queer Film Festival celebrates its seventh year

Organizers have added an extra day to the successful event

“Ageing Out” gives youth who grew up in group homes their own voice

The documentary was created by Carrie Davis, who aged out of a group home in Whitehorse in 2005

A pressing matter

Yukon artist teaches people how to print with a two-ton machine

Learning how to bee

‘It’s about learning the values of an elder generation, about how to prioritize.’

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Gabe Mann playing the fiddle with his grandfather Richie
'Sesame Street' wants to clarify: Bert and Ernie aren't gay
Netflix is hoping for centre stage at TIFF
Netflix is hoping for centre stage at TIFF

‘My passion is still art:’ carver Eugene Alfred has been at it for three decades

Alfred also doubles as Selkirk First Nation’s fish and wildlife officer

Fundraising for fire evacuees

Two nights of performances announced

Portraits of Yukon wildlife

“A lot of my bears take on my own mood when I’m painting them”

Whitehorse’s Social House bids adieu

Part bar, part concert and social events venue, the business is closing for good on Aug. 31.

Yukon Arts Centre kicks off its 25th season

‘It feels like we have a lot of big, anchor Yukon shows this year’

Jenni House artist uses cyanotype to document world around her

Chelsea Jeffery uses a historical technique to create prints of everything from plants to garbage

Yukomicon chats: Cosplayer extraordinaire, Andy Rae

Rae, known for her custom costume creations, is coming to Whitehorse for Yukomicon later this month

Yukomicon chats: The voice of Sailor Moon’s Tuxedo Mask, Toby Proctor

The Canadian voice actor is coming north for Yukomicon

‘A palette of gestures’: Capturing Dawson City’s rivers through sound and dance

Using a hydrophone, Susan Wolf will make recordings of the music of the Yukon and Klondike rivers.