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Chelsea Jeffery uses a historical technique to create prints of everything from plants to garbage
Plans are already being made for a second survey to reach more people
The Salvation Army will not be liable for any hydrocarbon contamination found under its new building
Resource Gateway Project will repair 650 km of roads in Klondike and Kaska regions
The Northern Premiers’ Forum wrapped up Aug. 31 in Yellowknife
The route is one of two being considered to give Yukon a redundant fibre optic source
Officials with the Department of Community Services met with community members this week
‘Just look out your window and say, ‘I’m going to Google spruce, edible spruce.’’
The case will return to court next month.
‘We kind of looked at it like a trade-off kind of thing.’
Relocating problematic bears isn’t always practical or successful, says conservation officer.
Yukon’s Legal Profession Act is slated to be updated in the fall
The driver was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle, according to the RCMP
Tony Beets failed to stop a subcontractor from pouring gasoline into a pond: judge
The community is concerned dropped calls could put people at risk in an emergency
‘The negligence of the RCMP did not cause the injuries, losses or damages alleged’
Rae, known for her custom costume creations, is coming to Whitehorse for Yukomicon later this month
The Canadian voice actor is coming north for Yukomicon
‘It’s a once-in-a-lifetime thing to see.’
After two years without a well, Keno residents are considering taking matters into their own hands.