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Yukon's chief medical officer wants residents to take stock of their propensity to drink and smoke. Dr. Brendan Hanley released the Yukon Health Status Report for 2015 yesterday, which he describes as "far from reassuring.
It's looking like another lacklustre year for the Yukon's chinook salmon, with early estimates ranging from 65,000 and 87,000 for the Yukon River, similar to 2015.
Scientists have counted a remarkable rebound of the kokanee salmon in the Kathleen Lake watershed of Kluane National Park and Reserve.
Gwenn Flowers bears the stress of handling the safety of her crew as they navigate between some of Canada's largest peaks on skis. But she's not a mountaineer. She's a scientist.
Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski found himself before a dozen heckling protesters today as he led the groundbreaking ceremony for the new continuing care facility at Whistle Bend.
They're near invisible to the untrained eye. Ninety per cent of the time they lay in rest, hiding in baseboards, cracks and box springs waiting to bite.