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Fort Selkirk’s original site, now just a pile of dirt and a few remnants left near the confluence of the Yukon and Pelly rivers, holds many…
Art Melange’s owner Mariana Giaccaglia took one of her final orders for a specially made pair of stone earrings on Wednesday afternoon.
If Canada’s court system is a square peg, some northern communities are a round hole. “It’s not very useful to put people in a…
One Alberta hunter is facing a $1,500 fine and a seven-year hunting ban in the territory for illegally bagging a grizzly.
After seven months in operation, the Canada Games Centre is hemorrhaging money and sending the city’s budget into a tailspin.
Nancy McInnis does a lot in a five-hour shift. As a counsellor on the No Fixed Address outreach van, McInnis and an attending nurse have patched up…
They call him Little Kurt. When Stuart Ure moved to Edmonton four years ago, his skating coaches dubbed him with the famous moniker after one of his…
HAINES JUNCTION Mayor John Farynowski dreams of a future where Haines Junction chimneys don’t puff smoke.
Two hours, 10 delegates and hectares of misinformation. Those are the numbers from this week’s city council meeting, where a decision to allow…
Chance, the 10-month-old muskox who has charmed Yukoners since he arrived at the territory’s wildlife preserve last spring, died suddenly March…
Long hours preparing equipment and lugging around a radio for no pay has one community fire chief frustrated.
He can slip through a tiny prison window like Rubberman, but in the end David Charles Weibe couldn’t slip past police.
RCMP busted five alleged drug dealers after searching a downtown home, labelled a “drug trafficking hotspot” on Saturday at 10:20 p.m.
The Whitehorse municipal race is on. With the Canada Games just five months away, the Games centre leaking money and a dearth of land for…
Consider it a cross between Survivor and Canadian Idol. The premise subjects six would-be Pavarottis and Emmy Destinns, from all walks of life, to…
A Watson Lake man was arrested and charged in Vancouver on Thursday following a home invasion and shooting in Upper Liard on the weekend that sent…
Yukon College staff are examining the hiring process of Terry Weninger, who was recently appointed president of the institution.
After a tip-off and a few days of investigation, police battered down the door of a Riverdale residence and found an arsenal of illegal weapons,…
Professional dance — for some, the words conjure images of stiff ballerinas or incomprehensible gesturing. Forget all that.
Go to any theatre company in the world and you’ll come across an old actor who’s been on the stage for decades.