Wyatt Tremblay – 30 Years at The News

The Yukon News celebrates its long relationship with editorial cartoonist Wayne Tremblay.

Newshound Wyatt Tremblay has been commenting on the lunacy of the Yukon legislature in the form of editorial cartoons for three decades.

His first cartoon hit the press in November 1992. That piece for the News, motivated by then-editor Peter Lesniak and inspired by Monty Python, won a British Columbia and Yukon community news award.

In a Dec. 29, 2022 interview, the now-62-year-old cartoonist said he was “dragged kicking and screaming” to the Yukon in 1972, when his father became chief warden at Kluane National Park.