Ashley Joannou

Changes to Yukon recycling regulations mean money for milk jugs

Consumers will now pay 10-cent deposits on milk containers, get a nickel back

Tanker crash closes part of the Alaska Highway south of Teslin

Part of the Alaska Highway is closed both ways heading south of…

Horse hotel: RCMP Musical Ride takes over Whitehorse arena

18 dump truck loads of dirt, 175 bales of special hay and a lot of wood chips

Unsteady ground closes part of Dawson City’s recreation centre

Parts of the Art and Margaret Fry Recreation Centre are closed until at least mid September

School to start on schedule for kids in Ross River

Public works minister says school is structurally sound despite sitting on melting permafrost

Yukon government gauges interest in Alaska fibre optic loop

South Klondike line seen as alternative to Northwestel-owned Dempster route

Dawson’s McDonald Lodge could be saved from destruction

Mostyn says he wants to do his own research on possible uses for former seniors home

Declining enrolment could put Dawson City’s School of Visual Arts at risk

Yukon SOVA only has four full-time students registered for fall

Contaminated soil at F.H. Collins now tops 900 cubic metres

Environment Yukon says it will be another week or two before work is done

Abandoned Faro mine homes go up for sale

More than two dozen properties, starting at $12,000, hit the market

Piano man invites Whitehorse residents and visitors to tickle the ivory

Plans to put pianos in public spaces would Whitehorse on par with cities around the world

Yukon government considers new missing persons legislation

Proposed bill would give police access to personal information to help find people faster

Yukon RCMP investigating ninth homicide in 12 months

Supt. Brian Jones says major crime unit’s workload is ‘through the roof’

Yukon can’t spare firefighters to help B.C., officials say

Busy fire season continues with major blazes near Dempster Highway, Old Crow, Mayo

Bids to finishing fixing Ross River’s footbridge come in over budget

The lowest bid to fix Ross River’s footbridge is $1 million more than the government wanted to spend

Yukon Employees Union raises alarm over rural nursing

Nursing stations in Destruction Bay and Beaver Creek still only have one nurse each

Yukon government weighs in on Ottawa’s carbon tax plan

Territorial environment minister argues YG needs full control over revenue

Old F.H. Collins grounds more contaminated than first thought

Officials say fuel-tainted soil don’t pose a threat to Whitehorse’s water supply

Ottawa cancels clawback of First Nations revenue

Policy meets mixed response from chiefs at CYFN general assembly

What’s half a billion more? Federal government readies Faro mine cleanup

Construction would start in 2022 while monitoring could go on forever