When you think of the north, sports like hockey and curling may be the first that come to mind, but to anyone that lives in the Yukon it is pretty clear that basketball is serious business. When it comes to ball, Trevor Jones of the Champagne Aishihik First Nation does not mess around.
The Yukon River Quest is on! The 21st annual river race began June 26th at Rotary Park with a record 124 teams and 290 paddlers!
Graduation is a day that makes all the late nights staying up late to complete your assignments pay off. The second you begin the walk up to the stage to receive your diploma, that sense of accomplishment and relief is almost overwhelming. Each moment of that day is burned into the memory of every student, along with that of their families and friends.
The fourth Junior REM was just hosted in Tse Zul-Faro, the traditional Kaska Dena territory of the Ross River Dena Council. Eighty Grades 7/8 students and twenty-five educators from Carcross, Carmacks, Dawson City, Faro, Haines Junction, Mayo, Pelly Crossing, Ross River, Teslin and Watson Lake gathered in Tse Zul-Faro, for two days of engaging hands-on activities.
In Teslin, the journalism students were gifted with a story from local Elder, Margaret Garolitz who made a moose hide vests nearly 2 decades ago.
I thought I would be attending a gathering of remote control drone hobbyists. It turned out, drones are only one example of droning.
Arts in the Park embarked on their 23rd year of free music hosted by Music Yukon at LePage park in downtown Whitehorse May 21st.