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The Yukon government is suing a local construction company over a $3.7-million contract to replace apron panels at Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport.
The country’s top court is set to announce on Thursday morning whether it will hear an appeal brought by Yukon First Nations and conservation groups about the Peel watershed land use plan.
Sporting a deep burgundy jacket, a checkered yellow and gray shirt and big black sunglasses, John Steins strikes a pose next to one of his pieces, entitled “Selfie.” The resemblance is uncanny.
After a group of Liard First Nation citizens took it upon themselves to organize elections for chief and council, the question of whether the federal government will pay for it remains unanswered.
Yukon’s Department of Health and Social Services won’t release an audit that confirmed misappropriation of funds at a Watson Lake shelter in 2014.
Attendees of this weekend's Atlin Arts and Music Festival should be aware that campfires won't be allowed. All open burning, including campfires and fireworks, are forbidden in most of the province, including Atlin.
The Yukon Court of Appeal sided with a territorial judge who acquitted a B.C. man accused of trafficking cocaine in the Yukon, ruling the time and location of the offence had to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
Derek Johnson and Wilfred Sheldon, two Burwash Landing brothers who were convicted in late 2014 of forcible confinement, have been found guilty of breaching their probation order.
Yukon territorial court has given a man with more than 50 criminal convictions one last chance to make good on his promise to put an end to his violent criminal behaviour and deal with his personal issues.
Everyone said they tried to help him. But in the end, Michael Nehass, a man gripped by psychosis, convinced he is the victim of a powerful conspiracy linking judges, police forces and secret CIA programs, sat in a Yukon jail for five years waiting for his case to be resolved.
Unionized Yukon government employees will vote on a new collective bargaining agreement on July 10.
The last debate of Yukon’s electoral campaign went much like the others: lots of talking points, very little confrontation, and a wide variety of topics from humane society funding to food security.
The Frantic Follies Vaudeville Show won’t celebrate a 48th birthday.
A 20 year-old cyclist has been medevaced to Vancouver after being hit by a minivan on Monday afternoon.
The Liard First Nation will hold an election April 10, four months after it was supposed to.
A 48-year-old Whitehorse resident was medevaced to Vancouver after his car collided with a tractor trailer on Wednesday evening, leaving him in grave condition.
The death of an Alberta woman at an outfitting business near Beaver Creek isn’t considered suspicious, Yukon Coroner’s Service said Tuesday.
Whitehorse RCMP are treating the death of two women as homicides after they were found at a residence in the McIntyre subdivision last week.
White Pass & Yukon Route railroad is giving another kick at the herbicide can. Two years after it first applied to spray herbicide on its railway tracks in Alaska, B.C.
A former Whitehorse Correctional Centre guard accused of trying to bring drugs into the jail was convicted Monday in Yukon Supreme Court.