Your North: Best reader photos for the week of April 11

Here of some of the best photos you sent us from around the North this week.

A front row seat to inspiring guitarists

This story is part of a web series called Music that Matters with the host of CBC Yukon's Airplay, Dave White. Dave sits down with Yukoners to talk about five pieces of music that inspire them. Manfred Janssen's guitar playing has...

'They're all my favourites': Yukon bylaw officer takes selfies with animals he picks up

Dogcatchers typically tend to shun the limelight, but a bylaw officer in Dawson City, Yukon, is getting a lot of attention for his Instagram feed of selfies taken with the animals he nabs. "I just...

Some Jan. 6 defendants try to use journalism as riot defense

The Trump supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol in January created a trove of self-incriminating evidence, thoroughly documenting their actions and words in videos and social media posts. Now some of the camera-toting people...

Dunleavy announces all travelers to Alaska can get vaccinated starting in June

ANCHORAGE — From a podium at the Alaska Native Heritage Center, Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced more details on his new tourism initiative to revitalize the industry that brought $4.5 billion in revenue into...

40 years after their dad's tragic death in Yukon, 2 siblings finds joy in his memory

Nitasha Likhani and Michael Wick grew up not knowing much about their dad, or his life in Yukon.Gary Wick moved to Whitehorse from Edmonton in 1975. A talented butcher and musician, he quickly made...

Yukon emergency officials brace for possible spring floods

Yukon emergency officials are taking stock of their supplies of sandbags, water dams and other things they might need to deal with possible flooding and high water in the territory. Southern Yukon saw an unusually...

These climbers hope to be the 1st all-women group to take on one of Canada's tallest mountains

Two climbers are doing whatever it takes to achieve their goal of climbing one of the highest mountains in Canada — even if that means having to isolate in Whitehorse for two weeks before...

Final: Bronson – 24,491, Dunbar -22,975

The final election tally from the Anchorage Clerk’s Office was posted Friday, and Dave Bronson is still two percentage points ahead of Forrest Dunbar — 24,491 to 22,975 — for Anchorage mayor. The results...