George Maratos is a reporter and associate producer at CBC Yukon with more than a decade of experience covering the North.
Latest from George Maratos
Soaring price of lumber puts squeeze on Yukon builders
The cost of lumber is soaring, and it's hitting those Yukoners in the business of building.
Veteran honours family with extraordinary gift to hospital
World War II veteran Joseph Novak donated more than $1 million to a Yukon hospital and university.
Meet Yukon's homemade human-powered Zamboni
Get to know the Whitehorse couple behind some of the territory's finest ice.
Like father and son: Yukon veterans forge close bond, despite 54-year age gap
Yukon veterans Joseph Novak, 97, and Terry Grabowksi, 43, haven't known each other very long, but they've formed a close bond.
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How COVID-19 motivated me to start running
George Maratos has always hated running but COVID-19 has left him with little other sports to do. So, he's decided to try to enjoy it for the first time in his life.
This Yukon teen bikes to school year round — even in -40 C
This week, despite the temperature hovering around –40 C, Phineas Pearson still hopped on his bike and rode to school in Whitehorse.
Yukon's Dylan Cozens named to Team Canada's World Junior team roster
Dylan Cozens has made hockey history once again. The 18-year-old from Whitehorse has been named to Team Canada's roster for the upcoming World Junior Hockey Championship.
Sharing Indigenous cuisine, one recipe at a time
Some of Canada's top Indigenous chefs were working with Yukoners this week, teaching them tricks of the trade in the kitchen and showing them what's possible with Indigenous cuisine.
Whitehorse's only bowling alley is revamped and ready to roll
A new era of bowling begins in Whitehorse this weekend, as the city's only alleys re-open after an extensive renovation.
Yukon chef named one of Canada's next best
From civil servant, to serving gourmet cuisine, Brian Ng is living out his Iron Chef dream.