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Yukon MLA Darius Elias says he has a problem with alcohol and is seeking help. The MLA for Old Crow was charged early Friday morning with failing to provide a breathalyzer sample after police pulled him over.
The federal government has unveiled its latest plan for conserving Canada's wilderness.
Students at the Ghuch Tla Community School in Carcross got an out-of-this-world surprise last week when Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques stopped in for a visit.
Yukon's MP is defending the Conservative government's Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency after Canada's auditor general criticized it for not adequately measuring its effectiveness.
Hammer strikes ring loud inside the cabin, competing with the snarl of buzz saws and coarse shouts of professional construction workers pushing forward on a tight timeline. At least they sound like professionals.
The duty to consult is, by all accounts, an important piece of the puzzle when it comes to intergovernmental relationships between First Nations and their territorial counterparts.
Yukon's Justice Department disputes Michael Nehass's claims that he was stripped and forced to appear naked in a Yukon courtroom in January. "Unfortunately all I can say is that we dispute his assertion that he was stripped.
Doc McCoy, eat your heart out. We might not yet have Star Trek's teleportation, but computers today are now small enough to fit in your pocket. They know your name.
Imagine running for three days, non-stop, without food or water. Now imagine you round the last corner, in sight of home, but your house is no longer there.
The head of Yukon's fetal alcohol support society says MP Ryan Leef's private member's bill regarding the disability is a "good start.
On a cold morning last January, Michael Nehass appeared in a Yukon courtroom on a TV monitor. He was shackled and pinned to the floor by jail guards in full riot gear. Nehass himself was naked, and screaming incoherently.
There's a new school council at Vanier Catholic Secondary, voted in by the highest voter turnout in the school's history during elections on Monday night.
Six Yukon schools will be getting new school councils today. School council elections are happening across the territory this afternoon, from 3 to 8 p.m.
Dawson City's airport might soon be getting an asphalt upgrade.
Capstone Mining Corporation's Minto copper mine could soon be seeing a whole lot more digging. The Yukon Socio-Economic Assessment Board has recommended the government approve three new open pits.
Recent changes to Canada's temporary foreign worker program won't impact Yukon businesses using similar programs offered by the Yukon government.
Six Yukon schools will see school council elections a week from today.
People in Burwash Landing want to see more RCMP officers in their town. With the territorial government touting a $7.2.2 million budget surplus and paying to upgrade policing infrastructure...
In Ben Barrett-Forrest's world, design is everywhere. It's in the shape of the pen your barista uses to jot down your morning coffee order.
When Dave Stockdale was a schoolboy in England, he asked a question and his classmates sniggered. The phys. ed.