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Housing is a problem the government can't simply solve on its own, says Allyn Lyon, the director of community and industry partnering for the Yukon Housing Corporation.
To the uninitiated, it might seem kind of fishy to buy seafood out of a trailer in the parking lot of an abandoned building.
Like the resource itself, the responsibility for managing the Yukon's water flows freely between departments and levels of government.
Yukon Energy isn't just blowing hot air when it talks about wind power, says Hector Campbell, the utility's vice-president. "We know that there are a lot of strong wind advocates here."
Gurdeep Pandher doesn't recommend eating before his Bhangra dance class, but that warning didn't come until after I had already finished a plate piled high with curried vegetables and rice.
Liberal leader Bob Rae stopped in Whitehorse this weekend as part of his cross-country tour to promote the party’s upcoming leadership convention and take some jabs at his political opponents.
Latitude Wireless hooked Haines Junction up with 4G wireless services this week. It's the third Yukon community that has had its cellular service upgraded since December.
A Whitehorse contractor has been ordered to pay back almost $1 million to the owner of a condo project that it was hired to build. The Yukon Court of Appeals found that builder, Wayne Cunningham of Kareway Homes Ltd.
Many Canadian immigrants send money back home. Leonard Boniface sent a library. In January, the Mobile Youth Container Center officially opened in Bariadi, Tanzania, Boniface's hometown.
A $6-million class-action lawsuit pitting northern customers against Bell Mobility started this week in Yellowknife.
Housing prices in Whitehorse are no longer rising at the same frantic pace that they've seen over the last few years, but demand is still high, said Jeff Barrett, the director of planning and development for Evergreen Homes.
A Vancouver-based junior mining company has agreed to pay a fine of $24,150 after it was caught ignoring the orders of Yukon safety inspectors.
The Yukon Court of Appeal has rejected an application from the Crown to revisit the sentences of two men convicted of violent attacks last year.
Andy Lera is using some old techniques to make something new: the territory's first Passive House. The German design standard has been used in Europe for decades but has only recently been embraced in Canada.
Two Whitehorse bars are nursing a pretty bad hangover from the Sourdough Rendezvous.
The Yukon government's proposals for the Peel watershed are based on some spurious science, say several Yukon graduate students. "There was very little original research that's been done to back up the numbers that are in these four new concepts."
The leaders of the Yukon's unsigned First Nations are lambasting the territorial government's move to try to take its dispute with the Ross River Dena Council to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Skagway's West Creek hydro project has hit a bump in the road to development. The municipality was hoping to get the Alaska Energy Authority to pony up some cash to conduct a feasibility study of the project.
For years NorthwesTel has been the only option for Yukoners when it comes to high-speed Internet services, but that's about to change.
The permafrost-addled stretch of Alaska Highway near Beaver Creek is a landmark that most tourists try to avoid, but not Larisa Ivanova. It's actually what the Russian civil engineer came to the Yukon to see.