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Fahrenheit Hair

Fahrenheit Hair

Maybe you have heard the buzz around Whitehorse lately about a certain salon doing things a little differently. Indeed, Chantelle Tarapaski and her team at Fahrenheit Hair are leading the way when it comes to waste diversion. Fahrenheit is the only salon in the Yukon to be designated a Green…

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Joella Hogan & The Yukon Soaps Company

Joella Hogan & The Yukon Soaps Company

The Yukon Soaps Company has been around for nearly 20 years. It is Indigenous owned and operated by Joella Hogan. Made with many locally grown ingredients, her soaps are a staple for Yukoners looking for a natural, handcrafted product. Joella lives in Mayo, the heart of the Yukon, where “people…

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Lea Pigage

Lea Pigage

Meet the biologist & business owner who sparked our Plastic Free July challenge. Lea Pigage challenges the need for single use plastics. She began ditching plastic in 2017 for her first Plastic Free July challenge. Since then, she has tried to reduce her use of single-use plastics such as plastic…

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Northwestel

Northwestel

Northwestel serves the largest operating area in the Western hemisphere and provides service to over 120,000 Canadians in Northern communities. So what motivates the largest communications company in the Yukon, and service provider for almost one third of Canada’s land mass to make their offices Zero Waste and create a…

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Lumel Studios

Lumel Studios

The moment you step into Lumel Studios you can tell this is not your run-of-the-mill glass blowing workshop. From the salvaged Land Rover and recycled wood picnic benches out front, the repurposed wooden beams throughout, or the stairway railings made of rebar left over from the concrete floor installation, the…

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