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JUSTICE Threats issued after 74 dogs shot On Thursday, territorial court judge Heino Lilles issued a six-month peace bond to Jim Foesier’s…
In the Yukon, a garbage bear is a dead bear. But one dumpster diver might have dodged death, if not the bullet.
Dial three digits on a cellphone and you can talk to a BC nurse who knows all about aches, bumps and odd-looking spots.
He’s big in Taiwan. In fact, Yukon musician Mathew Lien’s so big — he replaced Jesus.
If there are youth in Whitehorse trading sex for shelter, Chris Nash hasn't met them. The emergency youth shelter co-ordinator has been on the job for three and a half years, working for Skookum Jim Friendship Centre.
How much is a Dall sheep worth? This year, for the first time, sheep permits are being issued for two rams in the Kluane Wildlife Preserve.
Clara Schinkel loved to dance in big, high-heeled shoes. Even after arthritis bowed her body, the 70-year old wolf clan matriarch was sometimes…
Scott Wilson likes jazz so much, he was willing to commute to Whitehorse from Watson Lake once a week just to practise.
Whitehorse is going to hell. So is Dawson City, for that matter. And when it happens, there will be ukuleles.
On Thursday, Premier Dennis Fentie shuffled his entire cabinet. It won’t make any difference, said acting Liberal Leader Don Inverarity.
Yukon Energy Corporation president David Morrison has had "a road-to-Damascus moment." At least, that's what Stuart Hickox thinks. The energy-saving pundit is in Whitehorse to promote the utility's upcoming charette.
Josh Cadzow's dogs didn't trust him. About a kilometre and a half after he left Dawson on Friday morning, the leaders quit. "No one believed in me," said the 21-year-old Fort Yukon rookie. Two days earlier, Cadzow ran out of dog food 160 kilom
Michelle Phillips and Martin Buser came racing down the finish chute neck-and-neck on Tuesday night. Pedalling hard, with headlamps bobbing, both mushers were vying for fourth place. Buser passed under...
Hundreds of hungry Yukoners who have struggled without a food bank for years may finally get a chance to start filling their plates.
The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations don't support Yukon Energy's Gladstone proposal.
The night after he heard the news, Richard Dixon couldn’t sleep. On Wednesday, the 86-year-old learned St.
An hour before the 1,600-kilometre Yukon Quest was set to start most mushers pack their sleds. Kyla Boivin was tearing hers apart. The Fish Lake musher was worried it wouldn't hold up in the jumble ice - expec
Angel Carlick’s disappearance and death is one of many. There are missing and murdered aboriginal women all across the country, said Native…
Sharone Maldaver isn’t worried about vaginal atrophy. The 66-year-old knows there’s more to life than “worshiping…
Barb Bergsma deftly moved three fingers on her left hand. That’s the word “the,” she said.