NDP – Yukon will select its federal candidate for Yukon on July 7th

The NDP’s federal riding association for Yukon has announced that its members will assemble on Tuesday, July 7th to choose their candidate for the upcoming federal campaign. Candidates André Bourcier and Melissa Atkinson both launched their campaigns this month; Yukoners with active memberships as of Sunday, June 7th will be eligible to vote in the nomination campaign.

Over two hundred and fifty people gathered to enjoy Emma Barr’s fine art

November 13, 2014 – Whitehorse based renowned painter organized an exhibition of her new work at the waterfront station in Whitehorse to celebrate 10 years of her painting career. She organized an event “My Best Work Yet” and over two hundred and fifty people visited very first day to take a glimpse of her work. She unveiled over a dozen new original oil paintings created in the studio over the last 12 months.

Photos from Dawson City discovery days parade

In August of 1896, George Carmack, Dawson Charlie and Skookum Jim discovered gold in what is now called Bonanza Creek. After this discovery, nearly 100,000 people attempted to reach the Klondike gold fields to find gold.

The Brass Knucklers are all set to perform on Wednesday

The Brass Knuckle Society members create hypnotizing music. Jesse Whitehead plays trumpet, Thibaut Rondel plays alto saxophone, Will Hegsted is on tenor saxophone, Kristen Range is an accordion player, Wiliam Auclair Bellemare plays tuba, Josh Regnier is on drums, and Colleen McCarthy is a trombone player.

Yukoners are getting sick with the flu!

Whitehorse (January 8, 2013) – Yukon’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Brendan Hanley is reminding Yukoners to get their flu shot as flu activity surges. “We have another early start to flu season with 16 lab-confirmed cases of influenza in Yukon since early December,” Hanley said. “That’s only the tip of the iceberg since […]