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The Yukon Liberals have presented their plans to improve the territory’s mental health and justice systems.
The Yukon Liberal candidate who’s already the focus of an RCMP investigation over her interpretation of the Yukon’s Elections Act may have also broken the federal election rules, according to the NDP.
The chief of the Ross River Dena Council says his community is in the middle of a housing crisis.
The appellants in the Peel watershed case have filed their written argument in the Supreme Court of Canada.
Elections Yukon said Monday it is investigating accusations of electoral shenanigans in two Whitehorse-area ridings.
Two fire trucks that used to spend their days racing to Yukon fires will soon make a much longer trip to lend a hand, travelling more than 7,000 kilometres from British Columbia to Nicaragua.
The NDP says it will cover the cost of tuition for Yukon students who become doctors and nurses and then come home.
A Yukon Liberal candidate says she doesn’t know if she’ll give back the proxy voting forms she helped homeless people get even if Elections Yukon says she made a mistake.
Lucy Moreira and Rick Charlebois run Lone Wolf Creations, a small Faro home-based business where pieces come together with time, patience, fungus and occasionally a little bit of dung.
The Yukon NDP says it will cut wait times for mental health care in the Yukon in half within two years.
The territory’s chief electoral officer says she’s started asking questions about allegations of wrongdoing in Whitehorse’s Mountainview riding.
The Yukon Party is promising to plan for a second bridge into Riverdale.
Students from Ross River and Faro recently got a first-hand look at the first responders who come to the rescue in an emergency.
The Yukon Party is promising to increase the amount of money available to daycares and day homes in the hopes of creating more spots for Yukon children.
Both of the territory’s opposition parties are promising a version of legislation they say would help people diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
A former Yukon ombudsman and privacy commissioner is looking to move into politics. Tracy McPhee announced yesterday she will seek the Liberal nomination in Riverdale South.
The Yukon Party decided to make Tuesday all about schooling with a handful of election promises all around education.
The Yukon NDP is promising to ban donations from unions, corporations, or anyone outside the territory if it’s elected this November.
The public hearing on plans to expand the MacBride Museum ended with more of a whimper than a bang.
Yukon’s Challenge Disability Resource Group has released its dream plan for a 60-unit apartment building that would include supportive housing.