A milestone of Whitehorse’s history was once ignored by officials, and reviled by locals.
Photo by Dana Bowen
Northerners have more post-secondary schooling options than ever before, but can a university system in the territories deliver on its promises?
PHOTO COURTESY YUKON UNIVERSITY/GBP Creative
Golden Predator CEO Jane Lee-Sheriff knows commitments to northern benefits are vital to mining projects. Gold coins are her company’s way of showing it means business.
Photo by Cathie Archbould
The Yukon’s Wilderness City lives up to its name by offering visitors both rich northern culture and a buffet of outdoor activities, all within city limits.
PHOTO COURTESY YUKON TOURISM
Professional mushroom pickers might be angry they can’t cross the Yukon border this summer. But Yukoners aren’t missing them.
ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
This Yukon inventor has big plans for a clean, green hydrogen-powered snowmachine.
PHOTO BY CATHIE ARCHBOULD
The growing trade of women-only adventure offers the chance to see the outdoors in new ways; testing strength, learning new skills and overcoming obstacles with teamwork.
Photo courtesy Sweet Skills
Left decaying, empty, and almost forgotten, a decade of painstaking renovations means the Caribou Hotel is set to once more become the beating heart of Carcross.
PHOTOS COURTESY ANNE MORGAN; MARK RUTLEDGE