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Air North isn't putting enough federal government suits in its seats, and according to President Joe Sparling it's preventing the company's Whitehorse-Ottawa route from making money.
A portion of the Old Alaska Highway at Mile 926 might be getting a name change soon.
It was on a Saturday afternoon back in 2001 that Cpl. Wayne Gork found himself in a bomb disposal suit handling a case of unstable dynamite.
Whitehorse band Speed Control's upcoming tour to Alberta and Saskatchewan was thrown into jeopardy after thieves recently broke into the trio's trailer.
Larry Bagnell is heading back to Ottawa as Yukon’s member of Parliament. The 65-year-old regained the position he held from 2000 to 2011.
Yukoners have no shortage of fond stories about Dr. Jim Zheng, who spent more than two decades practising traditional Chinese medicine in the territory.
The smell of pungent hops, alcohol and fruit fills the small space where Winterlong Brewery owner Marko Marjanovic and his only employee, Matt Waugh, are preparing for a busy holiday season.
It's going to get easier for people with disabilities to find work in the Yukon. At least that's the hope for the Challenge Disability Resource Group.
One of the most polarizing issues to come before Whitehorse city council in years will make its comeback in a few weeks. Coun. Samson Hartland introduced a notice of motion at Monday’s meeting.
Burwash Landing residents are taking more responsibility for their dogs, following an attack on a community member and others fearing for their safety late last year.
Upgrades to Closeleigh Manor's ventilation system are almost two months behind schedule but nearing completion, according to the Yukon Housing Corporation.
The inquest into the death of a 60-year-old Watson Lake woman began yesterday in Whitehorse. Mary Johnny died of a bowel obstruction on Aug. 9, 2012 after originally being diagnosed as having alcohol withdrawal.
Among the thousands of colourful clothing labels Suzanne Picot has sewn together over the years, one in particular stands out to her.
The future of Whitehorse's recycling industry was the standout issue discussed at a public meeting last night at Golden Horn Elementary School.
The Yukon government is exploring the possibility of enlisting the private sector to develop the McGowan lands in Mount Lorne.
A Whitehorse man says he was unfairly detained overnight by the RCMP. He also says he is out of pocket several hundred dollars, thanks to police mistakenly believing that his snowmobile was stolen property.
Non-profit begs city to spare bowling alley Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yukon has urged the City of Whitehorse to find a way to save the soon-to-be extinct bowling alley.
The owner of P&M Recycling says he has concerns about the city's plans for a mandatory curbside recycling program.
Health Minister Doug Graham says that the NDP Opposition's demand for the Yukon Hospital Corporation to appear before the legislative assembly during the fall sitting is "ridiculous.
Yukon Education's new bus routes are still causing headaches for Whitehorse parents. The department announced the new routes last Friday after it held an emergency public meeting with upset parents.