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Last weekend, under a bright blue sky, the Aarafat family had their first taste of a time-honoured Canadian tradition.
Jeanie Dendys has been confirmed the winner of the Mountainview riding after an official recount of ballots cast during the Nov. 7 territorial election.
Faro residents felt the earth move under their feet last Tuesday when a 4.4-magnitude earthquake struck about 10 kilometres west of town. The quake was strong enough to be felt, but not strong enough to do any damage.
Small-scale renewable power could supply the Yukon's energy demand at roughly the same cost as a next generation hydro project, according to a new report prepared for the Yukon Development Corporation.
Premier Darrell Pasloski has returned to Whitehorse after a week of meetings and discussions at the climate conference in Paris.
A recent application for a 10-year permit to mine placer claims on the east side of the Dome Road in Dawson City has been discontinued - for now.
The Yukon government is planning to spend nearly $6 million on a two-year reconstruction project from kilometre 79 to 88 of the Robert Campbell Highway. It also plans to spend another $4.
Yukon's largest proposed mine has been bumped up to the highest level of environmental assessment in the territory, over concerns about its tailings pond and possible impacts on caribou.
A Yukoner has won the most prestigious award granted to doctoral students in Canada for her work on northern indigenous health.
Elections Yukon says that enumerators will begin visiting Yukon homes on April 15 to put together a permanent list of electors prior to this year’s territorial election.
The Yukon government has signed an agreement with the Kaska Nation that sets out a plan for negotiating resource management and economic development on Kaska territory.
NDP candidate Melissa Atkinson came out swinging at Conservative incumbent Ryan Leef during the Yukon's first federal candidates' debate at Yukon College on Wednesday.
A campaign to raise awareness about poverty was launched across the country this week, including at a rally in downtown Whitehorse on Tuesday.
The Tr’ondek Hwech’in First Nation is raising concerns about a placer mining proposal near the Dome Road in Dawson City.
Fixed election dates, increased access to information and a possible new school board are among the new commitments included in the Yukon Liberal platform, unveiled Tuesday.
When Gypsy wakes up in the morning, she pads across the heated floor of her hotel room and heads outside for a quick stretch. Then she heads back in and lounges on her raised bed for a while.
One new poll shows the Yukon Liberals with a big lead over the Yukon Party. A second poll shows a dead heat. The NDP says both should be taken with a grain of salt.
Yukon Liberal MP Larry Bagnell has been named the member of Parliament who best represents constituents at the Maclean’s Magazine Parliamentarians of the Year awards earlier this week.
Sandy Silver has been a one-man show for the last four years. The Liberal MLA for Klondike was elected for the first time in 2011, in what was largely a rout for his party.
Karlo Krauzig has pulled out of his bid for the Liberal nomination in Porter Creek Centre during this year’s territorial election.