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CPAWS Yukon hosting second annual art pop-up shop celebrating northern wilderness

The event takes place at CPAWS Yukon’s office on Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Whitehorse illustrator Tedd Tucker forays into print with alphabet book

The Yukon Alphabet Book features illustrations of Yukon animals and objects accompanying each letter

Facing off with Haines Junction author Elayne Hurlburt

Haines Junction author uses local landmarks in fictional work

Opera returns to Dawson after more than a century with modern take on Italian production

Toronto’s Against the Grain Theatre has brought their national tour of La Bohème to the North

Vignettes of a Writing Doctor offers a charming look at a well-travelled life

Steele’s latest novel also offers various tales of tough sourdoughs

  • Oct 24, 2019

PHOTOS: Western Canadian musicians invade Whitehorse for BreakOut West

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Dakwäkãda Warriors comic series collected into new book

Cole Pauls, a Tahltan artist from Haines Junction, is returning to the Yukon to launch the book.

BreakOut West or Netflix this week? Organizer says support music

The festival, hosted in Whitehorse, runs from Oct. 2 to 6

Three artists, three work spaces, one river

Chu Niikwän Artist Residency wrapped up Sept. 15, exhibit scheduled for November

SOVA grad named Yukon winner of 2019 BMO 1st Art! Competition

Robyn McLeod was named the regional winner for her piece, Dene Futurisms

40 years of theatre at the Guild

“It’s just a big family,” says artistic director

Teams ready to battle at Cypherfest

The festival runs July 25 to 28

‘Be sure of yourself and love yourself’: Lido Pimienta on navigating the music industry

Pimienta will be taking the stage at this year’s Dawson City Music Festival

Dancing in limbo: New dance show set to make its premiere in the Yukon

The show premieres on July 9 at the Yukon Arts Centre

Photos: Adäka festival celebrates local and national talent

The cultural festival is running out of the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre

A musical environment: educator Remy Rodden to retire, focus on music full-time

Remy Rodden, a popular educator with Environment Yukon, is retiring from the government

Indigenous artists gather in Haines Junction for the Dákù Nän Ts’éddhyèt Dance Festival

‘We are hearing new songs and seeing new takes on regalia and it is evolving because Indigenous people are not stagnant.’