BYTE News & Media

 

Here at BYTE, we want to keep you informed about everything we’re working on. Every month, we send out e-newsletters that contain all of our updates, as well as upcoming events and the latest in youth issues. We also regularly post updates to our blog (below).

If we have exciting news or an event coming up, we’ll send out a press release to our contacts at the media.

If you’re a member of the media and would like to request an interview with someone from BYTE or be included on our media mailing list, contact Chris at communications@nullyukonyouth.com 

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Annual Reports

BYTE Facilitation: The Low Down

BYTE Facilitation: The Low Down

  If you’ve ever talked to someone who works at BYTE, you’ve probably heard us say Hey, you should join our facilitation team! Sounds fun, right? Or do you wonder what the heck we’re talking about, and why we keep asking you?   BYTE’s facilitation team is...

What a party.

What a party.

That was quite the birthday party. We're taken a back with the huge amounts of FUN we had at the Future Routes Festival, and the calibre of music performed. Thanks so much to all who came out to celebrate, everyone behind-the-scenes, and of course our major sponsors -...

Future Routes Weekend: It’s happening!

Future Routes Weekend: It’s happening!

The Future Routes Festival is just days away, and there's no doubt the town is abuzz with excitement. We can't wait to get together with all you lovely Yukoners to celebrate two anniversaries: ours (we're 15 this year), and the Yukon College's (50!). Event organizers...

GrassRoutes cyclists burst into Whitehorse

GrassRoutes cyclists burst into Whitehorse

Last week we had the pleasure of working with a group of youth with an endless amount of energy.   GrassRoutes is a group of youth spending the summer cycling from Vancouver to Inuvik. Their idea is to build a dialogue about environmental issues between northern...

Shadows on Crow Mountain

Shadows on Crow Mountain

By Tanyss Knowles   It was one o’clock in the morning as we all threw our arms over our heads to create giant shadows of ourselves against the rocks on Crow Mountain. This was the first time any of us had been in the Arctic Circle so close to summer solstice and...