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On Thursday afternoon at the Whitehorse Fish Ladder, Dennis Zimmerman, executive director of the Yukon Salmon Sub-Committee, addressed managing the north's dwindling chinook salmon population.
After the success of its 2013 solar panel pilot project, NorthwesTel has installed four additional photovoltaic arrays to power remote northern sites.
Heavy rain on the way Yukoners in the southeast of the territory should brace for continued inclement weather this weekend.
A Watson Lake family continues to seek answers about how its well became contaminated. But the Yukon government is refusing to share what it knows, on the grounds that it may end up embroiled in a lawsuit over the matter.
The Town of Watson Lake and the Liard First Nation have filed a lawsuit against the Yukon government for environmental abuses.
Whitehorse's Extra Foods will be closed for several months, starting next Saturday, as the store undergoes renovations.
Elise Bousquet and Shelley MacDonald were first brought together by a local soccer team. Now, years later, they've been reunited by art.
A tip from the public has led to a former Whitehorse resident being levied a $31,500 fine and a 20-year hunting ban.
Tamara Goeppel has joined the race to be the Yukon's next Liberal MP. Goeppel announced her candidacy Thursday afternoon, on the banks of the Yukon River.
The Atlin Arts and Music Festival was propped up this year by its largest-ever volunteer contingent.
About 20 shoppers filed into the Real Canadian Superstore in Whitehorse on Saturday morning, loading their carts with items destined for the Whitehorse Food Bank.
A small bike company in Portland, Oregon, is helping the Yukon Literacy Coalition deliver books to the communities.
Eleven Yukoners climbed into a bus and made the 18-hour drive to Fort St. John, B.C. this past weekend to flex their muscles.
Housing First, an approach to homelessness that was originally met with skepticism and dismissal by the Yukon government, is now being pushed forward at a federal level.
The front door of Cadence Cycle hung open on Monday afternoon, the door tied in placed with a deflated bike tube, the window pane missing.
Whitehorse residents should be bracing for a higher than expected hike to their water and sewer bills next year.
A family in Watson Lake whose private well has been contaminated with oil are continuing to search for answers.
An estimated $13,000 of equipment has been stolen from a storage locker belonging to the Skookum Jim Friendship Centre.
After a four-year absence the Kluane Mountain Bluegrass Festival will be returning to Haines Junction in June 2015.
The first of three Yukon Orienteering Championships kicked off on Wednesday evening in Riverdale.