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There was a curious combination of circumstances that converged during the Klondike…
Nearly 100 people attended a celebration at the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre…
Despite depopulation during World War I, 14 men were reported still engaged…
The Day brothers were an integral part of the early prospecting in the pre-Klondike Yukon valley.
Well, it’s that time of year again. The Yukon is exposed to…
Marjorie Rambeau was a stage prodigy, who started her career in Nome when she was just 12 years old
The amazing story of two girls who lived in Dawson in the early days.
The week of February 18-23 is designated as Heritage Week across the…
A new gold mine is being developed north of Mayo that will…
The new book is titled Signposts and Promises: Canada and the Alaska Highway.
The story of “The Father of the Yukon,” Arthur Harper
I think that Falber should stick to acting and storytelling, and leave Yukon history alone.
Percival and Brown planned to become the first party in an automobile to cross the Arctic Circle
It was the best designed and most pretentious of all the theatres in Dawson City
‘No more war. Not in my lifetime. Curse the memory of it’
‘It was swell fun, the best I ever had in my life’
Others did not fare so well in love
Anything went, except for booze on Sundays and exposed female ankles
The life and times of the Klondike’s longest-lasting newspaper
1,200 words don’t do George Patton Mackenzie justice