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    Clint Carpentier

    Clint Carpentier - CHON-FM Program Director and host of the new Sunday evening show called "Listen to My Music

    Tahltan born in Telegraph Creek BC. He was born into the Crow Clan, his mother is Mona Nehass.

    Clint moved to Whitehorse in the 1980’s and started the Yukon Jack band in 1985. He started play house gigs in Whitehorse and ended up doing  a lot of traveling to the communities.

    Started at CHON-FM in 1997 as on-air host for the 3 to 6 "Classic Rock Show" and this led eventually to programming all on air content and schedules on the CHON network as well as being in charge of audio production since the mid 2000.

    "Listen to My Music" is a show about indigenous artists, stories and background information, but mostly about "My Music".

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    News

    • Northern Native Broadcasting, Yukon is looking for a News Reporter Intern for the summer.

      CHON-FM Indigenous Radio is looking for a News Reporter Intern to be working under the supervision of the General Manager. Following the Policies of Northern Native Broadcasting, Yukon, this position is responsible for gathering, writing, and producing and presenting news with an emphasis on First Nations topics and perspectives. If you’re looking for an exciting career in news reporting with a cultural focus, in a beautiful location with a high quality of life, this is your opportunity to get your foot in the door!

    • Whitehorse City Councilors Prepare to Advance Wildfire Mitigation Strategy

      City councilors discussed advancing their Wildfire Risk Reduction Strategy at a city council meeting Monday night. The discussion revolved around awarding a $69,000 contract to a Yukon-based company to help implement the strategy goals.

    • Conservation Officers to Hold Archaeological Awareness Event Tomorrow

      Yukon Conservation officers will be holding an evening lecture tomorrow at 6:30pm at the Yukon Beringia Centre regarding discovering and acting upon First Nation and other archaeological sites when they're found in the Yukon wilderness.