Whitehorse 709 Schedule

Schedule June 26 – July 2


Wild Kitchen

Host Bhreagh Ingarfield adventures into the wild food of NWT exploring recipes and people who gather and grow the local ingredients.

Daily 1 pm
Tues, Sat 7 pm
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 9 pm

Northern Influence

Series of short films on adventurous northern characters by Yukon filmmaker Marty O’Brien.

Daily 1:30 pm
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 9:30 pm

Yukon Wildfire Fighters

A Yukon forest fire season is documented in the Yukon. Grey Dog Productions.

Daily 2 pm
Mon, Wed, Thur, Sun 7 pm

All-City Band: Sounds of Spring

The 2017 spring concert of the Whitehorse All-City Band. Yukon Arts Centre, May 1, 2017.

Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 2:30 pm
Mon, Wed, Thur, Sun 7:30 pm

Broke Down Dawson Town

A two-part comedy-drama about two young Atlantic Canadians who arrive in Dawson City broke but hopeful. Max Fraser, Lulu Keating 2016.

Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun 10 pm

Nedaa: Yukon Land Claims History

The 1st episode of a 4-part series from 1998 on the history of Yukon First Nation Land Claims.

Tues, Thur, Sat 2:30 pm, 9 pm

Jim Robb: Yukon Legend

Yukon artist Jim Robb discusses the recent show of his works at the Yukon Art Centre. Aug 2014.

Tues, Fri, Sat 7:30 pm

NFB: Northern Films 1943-48

A collection of short NFB films about Inuit art, hunting, and northern life in the 1940s.

Sat 7 pm
Fri 8 pm

Memory Trap

Documentary on the recovery of the 40-Mile Caribou herd in Yukon/Alaska from near extinction. Director Allan Code 2016.

Sat 8 pm

Ha Shagoon 6

Haa Shagoon

Ep 1408, 2006. Kaska Elder Fred Hasselberg talks about growing up in the Liard area (Kaska)
Ep 1409, 2006. Chuck Hume from Haines Junction tells us about growing up at Klukshu and Dalton Post area (Southern Tutchone).
Ep 812, 1999. Randall Telichi (Gwitch’in).
Ep 813, 1999. Charlie Dick Legend (Kaska), Art Johns at Frostbite.

Tues 8 pm
Fri 10 pm
Sun 11 am

Yukon Historical Films

A rotating selection of historical films focusing on Yukon history, culture and lifestyles.

Tues-Sun 6 pm