The late Alex VanBibber had a favourite refrain: “An outdoor life is a healthy life.” This is according to his friend, Harvey Jessop. Jessop wrote some remarks about VanBibber’s life for the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board, pertaining to.
A few years ago, Teagan Johnston sat in her kitchen, her face covered in fake blood. Her husband took the photo in their Toronto apartment for the cover of her second EP, Blood and Bones, released in When they were barely out of high school.
Stand up for Stephen McGovern: Yukon comic makes #JustforLaughs debut on March 9th and performs at the Yukon Comedy Festival, March 22 to 25. https://loom.ly/dYOIs-c
Jessica Westman grew up in Marsh Lake, but spent her school and work life in Whitehorse. Like many Yukoners who grew up in the territory, she left for 10 years to attend university and get work and life experiences before realizing there is no.
To begin to understand Mark Daniels, you must first discard the stereotypes of a snowmobile owner. Yes, the president of the Klondike Snowmobile Association (KSA) owns snowmobiles – and ATVs and dirtbikes and quads and boats – but these are mostly.
#YukonBusiness: Arctic Star Printing acquires Inkspirationz and relocates to industrial area https://loom.ly/SjhmJ_c
For Patrick Jackson, the owner and operator of Changing Gear, it seems like only yesterday that he moved from Vancouver up to the Yukon, but 20 years later he’s still here using his experience and passion to run a successful store.
#Yukon #Comic Culture Society: He Brings Heroes to Life https://goo.gl/SoUZdq
Interview with Anonymous - Whitehorse Confessions Facebook page https://goo.gl/GeSXGr
#HumansOfWhitehorse Carrie Boles – Green Thumbs https://goo.gl/67cx94
Il y a près d’un an, j’ai quitté le Québec pour m’établir au Yukon. À la recherche de nouveaux défis, j’ai pris les rênes des EssentiElles, un groupe de défense des droits des femmes francophones du territoire. Bien que je me sois toujours...
Jennifer Tyldesley has spent her life behind the controls of aeroplanes: in the Air Force, flying search and rescue and most recently for Air North. I imagine her in a crisp white shirt with epaulettes gleaming, watching the Klondike Valley sweep.
It was the promise of bannock that first lured Melaina Sheldon into the orbit of Gwaandak Theatre in The Teslin-born actor, writer and arts administrator had just returned to the Yukon after studying and working in British Columbia.