Issue: 2012-06-14

Dalton's Gold Rush Trail is a story of journeys; the 10-year journey of Jack Dalton to blaze a trail to the Klondike gold fields, and the 40-year journey of author Michael Gates to retrace those steps in southwest Yukon. Read more



Issue: 2012-06-14

Every second Wednesday throughout the summer, you can find a full cross-section of Whitehorse's population—children, seniors, families, teens, young professionals, even excited dogs—out in the woods, maps and compasses at the ready. The Yukon... Read more

Yukon Active

In the beginning of May, finally, there was open water in this small lake. And sure enough, this morning two swans joined a pair of Barrow's goldeneye ducks. On some days there are a dozen of lesser scaups. Read more

Yukon Outside

Having spent a bit of time in Scotland, I can attest that the scenery in the Highlands bears more than a passing resemblance to the Yukon, albeit in miniature. Read more

Dawson City

"I'm building my army of clowns," she says with a sinister chuckle. Is she describing her dire plan to take over the world? Well, not quite. Not that we know of. When the statement comes from cheerful professional clown Claire Ness, we're willing t Read more

Yukon Arts & Entertainment

Like ants, elementary students of the Robert Service School (RSS) in Dawson City marched off of a school bus carrying large rocks from the dredge tailings, placing them in the corner of the school yard. The 350m2 space, previously poorly drained and Read more

Yukon Education


Crystal Cruises

In my last article, I told you about the wine tasting I was planning at Bombay Peggy's in Dawson City over the May long weekend. We had about 20 people attend, a few less than I would have hoped for, but a good first effort. Three of the bar staff... Read more