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From Fred Penner to Spirit of the West — Your best stories from Folk on the Rocks
With Folk on the Rocks kicking off this weekend, we asked you to share some of your favourite memories of meeting an artist who performed at the festival.
3 decades later, culprits finally confess to Inuvik heist for town's 60th birthday
Brenda Norris and Ian Butters are two of three pranksters who used a meat saw to steal a ball from a town monument in the 1980s.
Jack London's The Call of the Wild set for return to Hollywood
A famous Yukon story published in 1903 could be having another moment in pop culture, as 20th Century Fox is working to adapt Jack London's The Call of the Wild. Actor Harrison Ford is reportedly in talks to play a Yukon prospector.
Study continues in Nunavik to assess impact of climate change on Inuit health
Project BriGHT (Bridging Global change, Inuit Health and the Transforming Arctic Ocean) is assessing how climate change is affecting nutrients in marine food, which Inuit eat.
After years of struggles, Great Northern Arts Festival sees boost in visitors
At the 30th annual Great Northern Arts Festival in Inuvik this year, organizers and artists are all commenting on one noticeable difference from last year: there are more visitors.
Bibles in the bush: Yukon's Braeburn Christian camp marks 50 years
Ritz Bits pulled from shelves due to possible salmonella contamination
Loblaws recalls No Name chicken nuggets due to possible salmonella
Aeroplan announces big plans for its revamped program but members still skeptical
Yellowknife ambulance hits pedestrian at hospital
3 sent to hospital after helicopter goes down in Mackenzie Mountains
Longtime Grand Chief Herb Norwegian not on ballot for Dehcho election
2 teenage boys face sexual assault and robbery charges in Whitehorse
New hotel and condo will bring 57 more rooms to Whitehorse
Woman charged with arson in Iqaluit car fires
Cabinet shuffle results in a 'better setup' for the North, says N.W.T. MP
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