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Alaska’s loss is Whitehorse’s gain. Yukon MP Larry Bagnell on Thursday announced the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (CanNor) will give $560,000 to RAB Energy to help consolidate its operations in Whitehorse.
A 30-year-old Watson Lake man, convicted of assault, avoided federal penitentiary for the second time.
A candidate for the Conservative Party leadership promises to restore a permanent military reserve force in the Yukon if elected prime minister.
New statistics show that the number of crimes committed in the territory in 2015 is almost the same as in 2014.
A Yukon territorial judge has raised concerns over the RCMP’s handling of video evidence.
A Yukon construction company says it may end up having to sue the territorial government to recover money it’s owed for a construction project it was kicked off of a month ago.
The Yukon government is suing a former employee for issuing over $44,000 in allegedly fraudulent cheques to a local skating club.
As wildfires starts are picking up again, the territory called for reinforcement for the second time in a month. Fifteen fires started over the weekend. That includes a 105-hectate fire 23 kilometres north of Stewart Crossing that’s currently the top priority for Yukon Wildland Fire Management.
A Dawson City man has lost his right to a jury trial because he didn’t show up to court for jury selection last October, a judge ruled Jan. 21.
Dawson City resident Mark McDiarmid didn’t show up to court on Monday for the first day of his jury trial in Yukon Supreme Court.
The Tr’ondek Hwech’in First Nation is suing the Yukon Government, arguing it has a duty to consult and notify the First Nation of any mineral exploration on some non-settlement land in its traditional territory before it happens.
A sex offender recently released from the Whitehorse Correctional Centre has left the territory.
Yukon Supreme Court handed down a suspended sentence to a man found guilty of breaking and entering into his former partner’s home in Pelly Crossing, scaring her and her children in June 2014.
The Liard First Nation’s long-awaited election is now scheduled to take place June 5 — despite protests from the current chief.
A Dawson man was kicked out of his own trial for a brief period this morning after disrupting court proceedings.
Lang is backing away from his December 2008 pledge to stay on as a senator for only eight years. He formally took office Jan. 2, 2009.
Watson Lake residents should continue to boil their water for two minutes before drinking it, Justin Brown, the town’s mayor, told the News today.
What started as a trip to India ended with a shiny stainless steel food truck in Whitehorse. The Silver Bindi is the latest food truck to pop up at Rotary Peace Park.
The territorial government wants the Yukon Supreme Court to remind the Yukon Water Board its place in the pecking order.
The Canada Border Services Agency announced May 19 that the Little Gold port of entry had reopened.