Connor Trembley was born in Calgary, Alberta before moving to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia at the age of one.
During his time in the Middle East, he traveled to Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia before moving to Vancouver, Canada during elementary school.
While going to high school, Connor found his passion for writing and languages early on and pursued a Bachelor of Communications at Capilano University when he was 19.
While attending school, Connor developed and experimented with his writing while completing news articles for the Municipality of Lions Bay’s local blog and other copy-writing work for local marketing companies.
After school, Connor’s passion for news propelled him to Whitehorse where he has recently started a news reporting job with CHON-FM.
Connor speaks Russian and is currently learning French. His goal is to learn a First Nations language next.
$4.5 Billion Committed to Indigenous Initiatives in Federal Budget
Education investments include $26 million over five years to Yukon College to help create a new science building at the future university, which will aim to incorporate increased Indigenous knowledge in future curriculum in the space.
Healing Camp For Families Impacted by MMIWG Wraps Up in Old Crow
The four-day event consisted of sled dog rides, snowmobiling trips, and a history of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.
Yukon Avalanche Association Telling Yukoners to Exercise Caution in Backcountry Following Warmer Temperatures
Following an avalanche warning issued for many areas in Western Canada, the Yukon Avalanche Association is telling Yukoners to exercise caution if travelling in the backcountry.