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

'I want that glory': Whitehorse boxer fighting to bring the sport back to Yukon

For almost two years, Mponda Kalunga has been living and fighting out of Whitehorse, sometimes commuting over 5,000 kilometres just to get to fights. He wants to bring the sport back to Yukon, where it thrived during the gold rush.

New technology could change future of Yukon storytelling

Yukon's first ever motion capture suit can animate traditional dancing, carving, and language speakers.

Dozens of Yukoners without homes after 2 week notice of Whitehorse inn closure 

On Monday night, dozens of Yukoners were given two weeks until they had to leave their home at the Chilkoot Inn indefinitely.

Yukoners go to emergency room for basic care, after territory's last walk-in clinic closes

Yukoners without a family doctor are being forced to go to the emergency room for basic medical care, since the last walk-in clinic in the territory closed in August.

New Whitehorse Sikh temple opens just in time for Diwali

Diwali is always a special time of year — marked by candles, lights, prayer, music and delicious treats. But it was a particularly special celebration this year in Whitehorse, because it was the first festival held at the city’s new Sikh place of worship.

Yukon woman killed in Faro had applied for protection against accused shooter

Saengduean Honchaiyaphum, 42, was the loving mother of two children, and had been the partner of accused shooter Ralph Shaw according to community members that spoke with CBC News.

Workers in the Yukon and across Canada reporting more mental health injuries

When you think of workplace injuries, the physical ones caused by operating heavy and dangerous machinery might come to mind. But worker’s compensation boards across Canada are seeing increases in invisible injury claims.

Yukon's federal candidates surveyed on issues impacting 2SLGBTQ+ people

Queer Yukon has released results from a survey that asked all the territory’s federal candidates about issues impacting the 2SLGBTQ+ community.

'Van life' is trending, but for some Yukoners it's a final resort amid housing crisis

Living out of a van is a trending lifestyle sold as an alternative form of housing that promises mobility and freedom. But for some people in Whitehorse, living in a vehicle is a very practical decision amid the territory’s housing crisis.

Masking, self-isolation set to end in Yukon as vaccination rate approaches 80 per cent

At a news conference Wednesday, Richard Mostyn, the territory's minister of community services, said that Yukon is now the "safest place on the planet" with 79 per cent of eligible adults fully vaccinated against COVID-19.