Court action by First Nations is a “virtual absolute certainty” if the federal government pushes ahead with controversial changes to Yukon’s environmental assessment legislation. 1
Kwanlin Dun crafting plan for unused city land
A second administration building, a recreation centre and more housing are among the suggestions from Kwanlin Dun citizens on how to use the First Nation’s settlement lands. 0
News nets a baker’s dozen of national newspaper awards
The Yukon News has won 13 awards this year from the Canadian Community Newspaper Association, including three first-place prizes. 2
Yukon teams win four divisions at native hockey tournament 1
Yukon teams claimed titles in four of the six divisions at this year's Yukon Native Hockey Tournament. The 38th annual tournament featured 42 teams from Yukon,…
Homegrown looks to cultivate a new crop of talent 0
For more than a decade, the festival has offered creative Yukoners a chance to put something on stage with support from a crop of experienced…
One heck of a high-tech hothouse 2
Glenn Scott has a dream of cultivating the Yukon's first homegrown banana. He says it with a smile, like he knows it’s a long shot.
Training the territory’s future techies 10
The Yukon government wants to beef up the territory's tech industry, and they've hooked up with a slick Vancouver training program to help.