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The company that owns and operates a micro-hydro project in Atlin, B.C. is hoping to one day sell power into the Yukon grid.
What stands out about the miniature can-can dancer isn’t just that she’s a dead squirrel, but that she’s a dead squirrel wearing plastic Barbie platform heels.
The massive piles of gravel and rocks on either side of the North Klondike Highway are one of the most distinctive features of the drive into Dawson City.
The cost of building a fibre-optic line up the Dempster Highway has ballooned to somewhere between $50 million and $70 million, up from an initial estimate of $32 million.
Joel Plaskett must really like the North.
Quebec MP Maxime Bernier, the first of the 14 leadership hopefuls to visit the Yukon, was in Whitehorse Feb. 19 at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre.
A Yukon First Nation development corporation has plans to build the territory’s first vertical farm to improve food security in the North.
The Yukon Party raised a stink about 2016 census numbers this week, suggesting the Yukon could be shortchanged in future federal transfer payments because the census population estimate is lower than the Yukon Bureau of Statistics’ numbers.
The Selkirk First Nation will be holding an election for chief and council on April 5.
Yukon Liberal MP Larry Bagnell says his party shouldn’t have made a “categorical” commitment to change the voting system if it wasn’t sure it would follow through.
Local historian Murray Lundberg’s book Fractured Veins and Broken Dreams sums up the man behind the Windy Arm mining stampede and Conrad City, the townsite that appeared and vanished almost overnight more than 100 years ago.
A proposal for an all-season access road to a mineral deposit northeast of Keno City is attracting criticism from outfitters and others who use the area for traditional purposes.
Craig Tuton is being replaced as chair of the Yukon Hospital Corporation after more than a decade.
The president of the Canadian Electricity Association says the Yukon will need federal government support before it can shift to electricity for heating and transportation.
A new report from an Ottawa think-tank suggests that recent health-care deals signed by several provinces and territories, including the Yukon, will not provide enough federal funding to keep pace with increasing health-care costs.
The Yukon has reclaimed its title as Canada’s least populous jurisdiction.
More than 130 people have signed a petition asking the Yukon government to set up a dental examination room in the Dawson City hospital.
A former member of the Yukon Housing Corporation’s board of directors says he is “very disappointed” that the new Liberal government didn’t renew his appointment.
Updated: A DVD containing encrypted information about 28,000 taxpayers who were Yukon residents in the 2014 tax filing year has been lost by a registered courier service.
Updated: The B.C. RCMP’s underwater recovery team was in Whitehorse Feb. 6 to attempt to recover a body from the Yukon River.