Issue: 2009-11-26

During World War II, the brewing-trade industry known as the United Brewers Industrial Foundation worked with the U.S. government to create a series of ads designed to boost morale and highlight the positive aspects of beer. Read more

, Beverages

​The Yukon was lucky to have been chosen as the location for the filming of Anash and the Legacy of the Sun-Rock. Yes, we have talented film people here in the Yukon – both in front and behind the camera – and, by all reports, the production was han Read more

Photography - Film


Issue: 2009-11-26

When I was a child, my father built a 12-foot-long stone fireplace in the centre of our living room. Little did I know, at the time, that this fireplace would become the special place where we would display family mementos and treasured holiday colle Read more

Yukon Christmas

Like a persistent, earnest, slightly outrageous friend, The Soul Menders wins you over through sheer determination. Read more

Theatre - Dance

Take one child or a group of children, add some art supplies and mix it with limitless imagination and what do you get? Kreations. Read more

Yukon Families

It is an odd position for Sandi Coleman to be in. On this particular afternoon, as she sits in a local café and sips on a cup of coffee, Coleman is not the interviewer; she's the interviewee. For thousands of Yukoners, Coleman's cheerful voice is... Read more

Yukon People

I don't know what I was looking for when I walked into Baked Café for the Queer Coffee, advertised on ArtsNet. I knew I was going to interview Matt Koop-Pearce, the guy who created the event, but other than that, I think I was just curious..... Read more

Theatre - Dance

The snowplough went by at noon today; I think it'll go by again. The reason I think this is plain to the eye: you can't even see where it's been.??It started to snow in the morning on Friday... Read more

Dawson City

As the International Year of Astronomy winds down, I am often asked, "What was it all about?" and "Was there anything to come out of it that the average person in the street could benefit from?" The answer to that last one is a resounding, "Yes!" Read more


To the Editor, Hookey, you fiendish, fiendly fiend. Like an anarchic CBC host maliciously injecting a noxious ear worm such as Seasons in the Sun into my auditory canal, you have wantonly invaded my gustatory system ... Read more

What's Up Yukon Columns

When Bette Colyer arrived in Whitehorse in 1961, her challenge was "to build a library system from a desk and a pencil." Read more


Our plans had changed of necessity, dictated by the weather. The light rain was turning into a torrent. We stopped at a nondescript roadside café to warm up. Read more

Yukon Outside