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Trevor is one lucky dog. The German shepherd/Rottweiler cross was set to be euthanized by bylaw services after biting at least three Yukoners. But a Supreme Court hearing on Thursday gave him another chance.
FAIRBANKS There were many tense mushers at the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race start banquet on Thursday night.
The man threw the woman down and kicked her in the ribs, knocking the wind out of her. Then he reached down and started choking her. Pinned on the ground, struggling to breathe, the woman managed to grab a rock and hit her assailant on the head.
The Guild’s production of Dark of the Moon is supposed to be unsettling. The program even comes with a warning — “Mature content:…
Twelve-year-old Dylan Salvisberg made the cut. A gold ulu may be waiting for him at the Arctic Winter Games this winter.
The Liberals would build a new trades wing at FH Collins, if elected. It would cost $10 million, said Riverdale South candidate Dan Curtis on Monday.
Kid Koala is scratching for a new breed of cats. Translation: The hip Montreal DJ is playing to a new audience. Moms.
A tiny, tidy water lab in the Environmental Health Services building is responsible for safeguarding the territory’s drinking water.
Whitehorse's hardest-to-house lost a champion this week. The Northern City Supportive Housing Coalition is withdrawing its proposal to build a 20-room supported apartment complex in downtown Whitehorse.
After 14 years, single parents waiting for new affordable housing in the territory only have a couple more years to go.
After a casual glance at his job and his sunny approach to life, you might believe the Yukon’s federal Green Party candidate is at odds with…
There was a clown in Peak Fitness. But the muscle-obsessed teenagers weren’t laughing. They were ticked off and angry.
Jewel died on the Yukon Quest trail, Sunday. The five-year-old female husky was running on Yuka Honda’s team.
A prairie boy fresh out of high school, Allen Taylor started working at the Royal Bank of Canada as a junior clerk.
Finding a worm in their meal was bad enough. But when it started crawling up her husband's arm, Sarah Smith lost it. "I'm not a dramatic person," said Smith, who asked to remain anonymous because she works a very public job.
CARMACKS After they pulled into Carmacks three minutes apart, Quest champ Lance Mackey was ready to cuddle up with Ken Anderson.
While the number of nurses employed in the territory is on the rise, the number of full-time nurses is dropping.
Two towns in Manitoba have sworn off deep-shaft sewage treatment plants, similar to the one Dawson City plans to build. Last week, Ketza Construction Corp.
The HIV-positive blood-soaked paper towel wouldn't have made it to Whitehorse if Prime Minister Stephen Harper had his way. It's part of the Yukon Arts Centre gallery's most recent show De L'Ecriture/With Writing -- one of...
Three times a week, Greyhound bus passengers enter Watson Lake’s Gateway Motor Inn for hot food and drinks.