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Living With Wildlife: Tammy Beese

This is a momma and baby moose on the Atlin Road. On this trip we had seen seven moose, three of which were babies. This was also the trip where we needed to stop the vehicle as a momma and baby were running like mad across the highway. Read more

Living With Wildlife

Our goal at What's Up Yukon has always been to be a true reflection of Yukon's living culture. Before we started this little magazine, our family knew there was way more happening here than we could keep track of. Read more

What's Up Yukon Columns

It is with your support these past years that our community entertainment magazine has grown to what it is today. We didn't create the events, shows, concerts, and games that are featured in this magazine... Yukoners did. It is our neighbour's talent Read more

Yukon Business

I agree with some of the points made by Darrell Hookey in his column last week, "It's worth the paper it's written on," on the troubling state of journalism today.... Read more

What's Up Yukon Columns

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Issue: 2018-03-21, PHOTO: Cathie Archbould

A group of broadcasters and open-source technology enthusiasts are having get-together at the Days Inn in Whitehorse on March 23. The open-source North 60 conference brings together professionals from different walks of life – including local... Read more

Yukon Business

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Issue: 2016-10-19

Ever since the advent of the internet, pundits of all description have been predicting the demise of print journalism. Traditional newspapers and magazines, once so prolific and influential in Canada and elsewhere, are undergoing seismic change... Read more

Literature

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Issue: 2015-07-23 PHOTO: creativecommons [Will Steacy]

There’s a reason people like me should never play the stock market. Some time ago, when I heard that a new arts and entertainment magazine was in the works, the cynic in me said it wouldn’t last six months. These things never do. Read more

Yukon Business

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Issue: 2015-07-09 PHOTO: courtesy of What’s Up Yukon

I joined the What’s Up Yukon editorial team in late September 2012 and the first edition with my name on the masthead was issue #300, dated October 4, 2012. What followed were 33 months of continual employment, bringing me up to this issue, #436. Read more

Yukon Lifestyle

Captain Neely Leaves The Ship

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But alas, there comes a time when even the most tenacious journalist must succumb to the realities of pregnancy; that time has come for Tamara. This issue — the one in your hot little hands — is her last as editor.... Read more

What's Up Yukon Columns

Some offers a person simply can't refuse. When the email inviting me to be part of the What's Up Yukon team landed, the cadence of Marlon Brando coming down the wire was unmistakable. The pressure was intense. How could I rush ... Read more

What's Up Yukon Writers

As we race toward Christmas and the new year of promise that follows, I can't help but reflect on the wonderful and poignant experiences that have transpired over these last 12 months. Post-Christmas, last year, began with a wonderful evening... Read more

Beverages

The decision was made to go weekly in our usual What's Up Yukon manner: we were chatting. Then Tammy Beese, the publisher, spent half the night running the numbers while Mark Beese and I wondered if this was a case of "Be careful of what you wish for Read more

Literature

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