Dan Sokolowski Can’t Stay Away from the Dempster

Dan Sokolowski doesn’t disguise his fascination with the Dempster Highway area.“There’s something in the air that makes you feel the people that have been before you, or the caribou that have been through there, but you can’t see,” he says. more »

Aug 28, 2014 Movies and TV

A Home of My Own

I moved to the Yukon because my brother and his wife offered me their spare bedroom. I culled my possessions so they’d fit in two Rubbermaid containers, not compromising on my rock collection, old diaries, or anything denim. more »

Aug 28, 2014 Lifestyle

Tents of climbers high in the mountains

August 28, 2014

Sheep Hunting: Part 2

If it’s in your budget, a fly-in sheep hunt avoids a lot of work.In many cases you can land at about 5,000 feet of elevation, and that saves carrying all your gear up through the forest, willow, and buck-brush. The flight also puts you in a more more »

Aug 28, 2014 Hunting - Fishing

Robin, Layne, and Misunderstood Pain

In April 2002 I was lying on my bed in Lethbridge, Alberta listening to the same clock radio that is still perched on my dresser today. The local DJ took to the airwaves and announced that Layne Staley — lead singer the seminal Seattle grunge more »

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Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail fell in love with the Yukon while she was a writer-in-residence at Berton House. Now she's telling the Territory's tales of romance. Know a great Yukon love story? Email love@whatsupyukon.com