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    Podcasts

    • Mountain Musing Mountain Musing

      Mountain Musing is a weekly commentary by Scott Ross from Haines Junction, Yukon

    • Breakfast with the Party Leaders Breakfast with the Party Leaders

      CHON FM presents a weekly interviews with Yukon's Political Party Leaders about the events, questions, and important issues that takes place in Yukon's Legislative Assembly. The series runs while the Yukon Legislative Assembly is in session.

    • 2019 Federal Elections Special Show 2019 Federal Elections Special Show

      CYFN Grandchief Peter Johnston in conversations with all 2019 Yukon Federal Elections Candidates

    • BC Premier John Horgan Makes First Visit to Yukon BC Premier John Horgan Makes First Visit to Yukon

      John Horgan, the Premier of British Columbia was in Whitehorse on Monday for the first time. He spoke with Premier Sandy Silver and other community leaders about daylight-savings-time, Indigenous Trans-border issues and a utilities corridor, before travelling to Lower Post on Tuesday.

    • Signing of the Peel Watershed Land Use Plan Signing of the Peel Watershed Land Use Plan

      Jody Overduin is the outreach manager for CPAWS speaking to the celebration for the signing of the Peel Watershed land use plan and the years of struggles and legal battles it took to get there.

    • Indigenous Book Club - Darrel J. McLeod author of Mamaskatch Indigenous Book Club - Darrel J. McLeod author of Mamaskatch

      Darrel J. McLeod is Cree from Treaty 8 First Nation of Alberta. He is the author of the memoir Mamaskatch: A Cree Coming of Age, winner of the 2018 Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction, and finalist for the RBC Charles Taylor Prize. The Indigenous Book Club is a new adult program and a co-production of Whitehorse Public Library and the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. This free program invites Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants to read works by Indigenous authors and then come together over food to discuss themes and ideas. Darrel J. McLeod author of Mamaskatch: A Cree Coming of Age, facilitated the inaugural meeting of the Indigenous Book Club in Whitehorse.

    • Whitehorse Major Dan Curtis in conversation with Wayne Bobalicous Whitehorse Major Dan Curtis in conversation with Wayne Bobalicous

      Whitehorse Major Dan Curtis in conversation with CHON-FM's "The Drive" afternoon show with host Wayne Bobalicious

    • "Love and a .38" from Los Angeles "Love and a .38" from Los Angeles

      "Love and a .38 demonstrate the potential to break through the cookie-cutter indie-pop barricade that’s currently in rotation. The band’s sound, a blend of classic rock, grunge and alt-punk styles, not only appeals to different generations of music lovers, but could soon be considered a unique category in rock". - Music Connection Magazine

    • Rock The Talk with The Chief - June 14 Rock The Talk with The Chief - June 14

      June 14 edition featuring Matt McArthur (The Shift), Drex (Technical Producer - The Shift), Teagyn Vallevand and Aurora Hardy (Lateral Kindness), Justin Lemphers (NDP Candidate), Nils Clark (YTG - Speaker of the House)

    • Rock The Talk with The Chief - May 24 Rock The Talk with The Chief - May 24

      Guests in May 24th show were Paolo Gallina (MLA Porter Creek Centre), Kate White (Leader of Yukon's NDP), Dave White (CBC North), Jonas J. Smith (Conservative MP Candidate)

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    Latest News

    • Totally Arctic Wrestling Kicks Off In Inuvik

      Yes pro-wrestling has officially kicked on in the Arctic. Used to be you would have to hoof it down south to take in a bout of good old-fashioned wrestling, but thanks to the organizers and performers at Totally Arctic Wrestling (TAW), some of the best Full Nelsons and Diving Headbutts are actually found by going farther north.

    • Council of Yukon First Nations Announces $4.4 Million Nutritional Program in Rural Communities

      Children and youth in Yukon First Nations rural communities are set to have access to two meals a day, five days a week thanks to a new initiative launched by the Council of Yukon First nations (CYFN) today. The announcement from Grand Chief Peter Johnston and Executive Director Shadelle Chambers outlined the aims of the new program and how the funding through Jordan’s Principle, approved by Indigenous Services Canada, would be put to use.

    • Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub Launches in Whitehorse

      The Innovation and Entrepreneurship group at the Yukon College officially launched the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH) at the Yukon College Northlight Innovation building in downtown Whitehorse. The hub is one of nine across Canada but is the only one in the territories and is aimed at aiding female business owners, or women interested in starting a business anywhere in the territory.