Meagan Deuling

Journalist, CBC North

Meagan Deuling is an award-winning journalist who currently lives in Toronto. She has reported for CBC North in the Yukon and Nunavut. She was raised up on skiing and fresh fruit in Lumby, British Columbia. She learned to embrace and love radio in Halifax. To get in touch with her, email meagan.deuling@cbc.ca.

Latest from Meagan Deuling

'It's in our veins': Inuk chef sharing Arctic food at Ottawa culinary event

The menu at this year's A Taste of the Arctic in Ottawa has been developed by an Inuk chef for the first time and features the greatest variety of Inuit food yet.

'Inuit space explorer, exploring alternate worlds' in sealskin space suit art project

Iqaluit artist Jesse Tungilik brings his childhood daydreams to life with his latest project for a future-themed residency at Concordia University.

Hunters want food security over cash, says QIA in response to Baffinland mine plan

The Qikiqtani Inuit Association is calling for the Nunavut iron ore mine to slow production until the mine's effect on surrounding animal habitats is better understood.

Baffinland must clarify effects on narwhal before expansion of Nunavut iron ore mine

Nunavut Impact Review Board says Baffinland must hold a second technical meeting before moving ahead with planned expansion at Mary River mine.

Nunavut's Mary River mine workers vote to ratify 1st union deal

The iron ore mine on northern Baffin Island employs more than 800 people and the wage-benefit deal covers all workers except managers at the mine.

Iqaluit bodybuilder follows her passion, wins gold

Elle Joyce Sagadraca's dedication to bodybuilding led to a gold and silver medal win at a regional bikini competition in Ontario.

RCMP and Yukon gov't look to improve school bus safety, crack down on bad drivers

Officials say they're concerned, after a Whitehorse-area mother spoke out about dangerous driving on the Alaska Highway — and an incident last week that saw a truck driver charged for failing to stop for a bus.

Bad Yukon drivers are putting school bus kids at risk, mother says

'I'm scared that another accident is going to happen, and I don't want the next accident to be the big one.'

Hungry for knowledge: Whitehorse cooking school attracting new chefs

This January, Cat McInroy fulfilled a dream by opening the Well Bread Culinary Institute in Whitehorse. She's offering evening cooking classes and the interest is astounding her.

City scrambling after oversight leads to water pressure problems in Whitehorse

A rushed upgrade to a water pump station will cost the city 80 per cent more than originally budgeted.

Survey shows many in Whitehorse unhappy with downtown parking

The city will use survey results to plan the future of parking in downtown Whitehorse.

Youth group gets funding to continue building Whitehorse's 'Dream Trail'

'Whether for running 10 kilometres in the morning, or mountain biking, it'll be an epic trail and Whitehorse's, probably, 'crown' when it's finished,' said Rob Horne of the Youth Achievement Centre.

Yukon's Muslim community grows into its new mosque

Yukon's first mosque brings together Muslims, and will soon serve as a gathering place for the entire community

Transgender Whitehorse resident says they were attacked downtown

A transgender person living in Whitehorse says they’re scared to leave the house after being assaulted downtown last week, the latest in a series of incidents since they began transitioning.

Don't let this happen again, says Japanese Canadian about forced relocation

The Japanese Canadian Association of the Yukon marked the 30th anniversary of Canada’s apology for relocating Japanese Canadians during the Second World War.