Charles Eshleman is the new host of "Indigenous Connections" - Monday, Tuesday - Thursday and Friday from 9:00 - 11:00 am
Charles was born in Dawson City Yukon. He grew up in Whitehorse, then lived in Alberta. He returned home to the Yukon at age 24 and regained his traditional connections with the land and people.
Charles started traditional Karate training and also competed and studied with many instructors.
Charles is a member of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation and also is connected to Old Crow through his mother and his grandmother Sara Abel.
Charles has always been interested in Radio and went to Yukon College to help with his goal to eventually work in broadcasting.
Light rain shower
Lake Manitoba First Nation holds annual Powwow in June
A First Nation in Manitoba will be holding its annual powwow in June, even if public health orders limit the size of public gatherings in the province to 50 people.
Yukon Employment Statistics - March 2020
Preliminary seasonally adjusted estimates show that in March 2020, Yukon had 21,535 jobs, a decrease of 740 jobs, or 3.3%, compared to March 2019 and also a decrease of 1,034 jobs, or 4.6%, compared to February 2020.
Alaska Highway Tanker Truck Fire
Highway 97 just north of Fort St. John remained partially closed overnight and early this morning as crews cleaned up following a tanker truck fire.