Vanier Catholic Secondary School


Issue: 2018-03-14, PHOTO: Elaine Taylor

On Saturday March 3, more than 200 Yukon students gathered at F.H. Collins Secondary School to participate in the territory’s Destination Imagination Yukon Tournament. The program partners with schools to challenge students to use creativity and... more

Mar. 14, 2018 midnight Yukon Education

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Issue: 2017-12-20, PHOTO: courtesy of Insomnia Soccer

The annual Christmas Insomnia Soccer Tournament is a little known tradition that dozens of Yukon families have been participating in for more than a decade, held over three days each holiday season... more

Dec. 20, 2017 midnight Yukon Active


Issue: 2017-03-01, PHOTO: Tess Casher

The more scientists, experts, and the general public collectively study the concept of gender, the more questions arise. And in the realm of high school, these questions become more poignant and utterly colourful. more

Mar. 01, 2017 midnight Yukon Education


Issue: 2017-02-22, PHOTO: Tamara Neely

An exhibit featuring paintings by 22 year old Yukoner Anna Thompson is currently on display at the Atco Electric Yukon Youth Centre Art Gallery. Thompson has a cognitive disability as a result of a brain injury as a baby which left her with... more

Feb. 22, 2017 midnight Yukon Arts


Issue: 2017-02-22, PHOTO: Courtesy of BYTE

This Rendezvous, The Battle of the Bands is going down, bringing together youth bands from across the territory to battle for top dog honors of the Yukon Music scene. BOTB is presented each year by Bringing Youth Toward Equality (BYTE), and this... more

Feb. 22, 2017 midnight Yukon Music

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Issue: 2015-11-05 PHOTO: Nellie Dale

When my nephew was six he ran a grocery store. He sorted cans of fruit, vegetables and soup. He priced each can and stocked shelves. Then he sold the products to his sister and brother. He was able to add the prices and make change in his head. more

Nov. 05, 2015 midnight Yukon Education


Issue: 2015-05-07 PHOTO: Kim Hart

Jazz has come a long way over the decades. What started as a call-and-response song though the cotton fields of the south, has now become an uptempo beat familiar to most. In edition to its evolution, jazz has sparked the creation of many sub-genres: more

May 07, 2015 midnight Theatre - Dance


June 19, 2014 Issue

This year’s Canada-Wide Science Fair took place in Windsor, Ontario from May 10 to 17, and representing the Yukon were three Grade 8 students with a zest for innovative science. Sophia Ross, KC Mooney, and Isabel Magsucang were selected as finalists more

Jun. 19, 2014 midnight Yukon Education

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Rick Massie

This week, 14 ambitious students from Vanier Catholic Secondary School will be belting out a raft of hit tunes their parents or grandparents probably danced or cuddled to decades ago. more

May 08, 2014 midnight Theatre - Dance

On my second day on board ship we saw a cow and calf blue whale," says Emerald Kains. "The opportunity to share a moment with the largest animals on the planet was so surreal and moving." Kains, a recent graduate of Vanier Secondary School, was... more

Sep. 08, 2011 midnight Yukon Education

Braden Brickner's first job was dishing out popcorn at the Yukon Cinema. Now, the 19-year-old Vanier Catholic Secondary School grad is about to produce his first indie film. With a marquee-filling title lifted straight from the most famous poem Rob more

Aug. 18, 2011 midnight Photography - Film

It was a proud moment for 17-year-old Mauricio Ruaz, Grade 12 student at Vanier Catholic Secondary, when someone said, "I'm glad you put Colombia's name up high ... where it belongs." more

May 28, 2009 midnight Making A Difference!