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Stephanie Waddell

Stephanie Waddell

I joined Black Press in 2019 as a reporter for the Yukon News, becoming editor in February 2023. I have been reporting in the Yukon since 2000, enjoying a front row seat to everything from the Yukon Quest to elections and more. I have been most at home covering the goings on at Whitehorse City Hall, reporting on the decisions impacting the everyday lives of residents and businesses.

Phone
867-667-6285 ext1603
Email
stephanie.waddell@yukon-news.com

Recent Work by Stephanie

Megan Cromarty to serve as 2026 Arctic Winter Games general manager

Megan Cromarty to serve as 2026 Arctic Winter Games general manager

Former Team Yukon athlete says she’s honoured to take on GM role
Special warrant allows spending up to $65.9 million by Yukon government

Special warrant allows spending up to $65.9 million by Yukon government

The special warrant will allow for project spending while the budget is debated
WYATT’S WORLD

WYATT’S WORLD

A tale in two languages

A tale in two languages

Whitehorse library hosts weekly bilingual story time
Yukon climbers ready for championships

Yukon climbers ready for championships

All skill levels welcome
Yukoners set to deliver medical evacuation vehicle to Ukraine

Yukoners set to deliver medical evacuation vehicle to Ukraine

4x4 will be fully loaded with supplies
Participating in the Polar Games

Participating in the Polar Games

Grade 6 students from throughout the Yukon gather to try out a variety of sports
Yukon 125 Prize recipients unveiled

Yukon 125 Prize recipients unveiled

Projects will be done throughout 2024
Whitehorse skier makes Canadian history

Whitehorse skier makes Canadian history

Sonjaa Schmidt takes gold in the U23 Worlds
Yukon Judokas see success in Saskatchewan

Yukon Judokas see success in Saskatchewan

Athletes bring home the hardware
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