Danielle d'Entremont

Reporter/Editor CBC North

Danielle d'Entremont is a reporter and editor for the CBC in Whitehorse.  Most recently she worked reporting in Yellowknife, after working as a national news reader for CBC Toronto. She has also worked for CBC Nova Scotia in her hometown of Halifax. When she isn't chasing stories she is on the search for the best hiking trails around town.  Send her your story ideas to danielle.dentremont@cbc.ca.

Latest from Danielle d'Entremont

Whitehorse 1st capital city in Canada to open COVID-19 vaccine clinics to all adults

Whitehorse is the first capital city in Canada to open its COVID-19 vaccination clinic to all citizens aged 18 and older.

'Very disappointed': Chief calls on N.W.T. gov't to pause Fort Simpson lifting liquor limits

The chief of the Lı́ı́dlılı Kų́ę́ First Nation is calling on the territorial government to pause the lifting of liquor restrictions in Fort Simpson, in place for nearly 50 years until last week.

Advocates raise alarm over 'discriminatory' changes to Yukon's special education programs

Advocates in Yukon say changes in eligibility for special education programming will leave some students behind and compromise their futures.

New exhibit honours Yukon First Nations high school graduates and their regalia

A new exhibit opened this week in Whitehorse to celebrate the stunning regalia worn by Yukon First Nations graduates.

Yukon changes vaccine eligibility after B.C. couple allegedly flew in to get doses

Yukon's Community Services Minister John Streicker says he is "outraged" by the selfish behaviour of a B.C. couple who allegedly flew to Beaver Creek last week to get vaccinated. As a result, the territory is changing vaccine eligibility requirements to ensure only residents receive doses.

Yukon could achieve COVID-19 herd immunity within 3 months, says top doctor

Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Brendan Hanley said vaccine uptake in Yukon has been great so far, and that he has heard of very few people holding back or hesitating to get their shot.

Here's when and where Yukoners can get vaccinated against COVID-19

Yukon officials have released details on where and when COVID-19 vaccinations will be delivered across the territory in the coming weeks. The territory also announced three new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday.

'I feel very privileged': Yukon gives out 1st COVID-19 vaccinations

Yukon administered its first COVID-19 vaccines on Monday at the Whistle Bend Place continuing care facility in Whitehorse. Doses of the Moderna vaccine arrived in the territory one week ago.

2020 wasn't completely bad, just ask these people across the North

People across the North certainly saw ups and downs this year, but even a global pandemic couldn’t keep them from connecting with each other and showing kindness even in the darkest months.

'A great relief': COVID-19 vaccinations scheduled to begin Jan. 4 in Yukon

Yukon Health Minister Pauline Frost said COVID-19 vaccinations will begin early January after the Moderna vaccines arrived in Whitehorse Monday evening.

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