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Liberals postpone new recycling fees after concerns over consultation

Streicker admits he didn’t reach out to electronics industry

YESAB approval not needed for proposed Whitehorse infill project

Land in question underwent environmental assessment in 2004

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        First degree-murder trial in death of Christopher Brisson continues in Whitehorse

        Crown video shows Darryl Sheepway describing to police day of fatal shooting

        Second trial for Whitehorse man accused of raping teen girl ends

        Jackie James Kodwat had his 2015 conviction overturned by the court of appeal

        Tagish dog rescue owner Shelley Cuthbert files appeal

        ‘If they are sentenced to death by the courts then they will die in my arms’

        Public accounts show the Yukon in deficit for 2016-17

        Yukon Party originally projected $9.5 million surplus. Documents show a deficit of $5.4 million

        Liberals back out of $200M Alaska Highway plan

        Government says it still plans to address safety concerns at various intersections

        Darryl Sheepway’s first-degree murder trial begins in Whitehorse

        Sheepway stands accused of killing Christopher Brisson, 25, in 2015. He’s pleaded not guilty

        Yukon family forced hours apart due to hospital crowding

        Haines Junction man moved to Watson Lake hospital because of overcrowding in Whitehorse

        Wyatt’s World

        • Nov 3rd, 2017

        CPAWS petition to protect Porcupine caribou breaks 5,000 signatures

        ‘This is such an important issue, we couldn’t not get involved’

        Negotiations stall between Many Rivers and YEU

        ‘We’re just taking some time to work out our options now’

        Yukon’s housing wait list increase shows need for affordable housing, advocates say

        Housing navigators say the increased number paints a more accurate picture of the need in Whitehorse

        NDP MLA calls Yukon coal project ‘application of insanity’

        Project is strictly exploratory, proponent says

        Yukon government pressured to do more to solve Ross River housing woes

        Future use of six soon-to-vacant YG staff units remains unclear

        Yukon government remains vague on abuse settlements

        ‘Approximately’ 40 cases have been launched against the government since 2000, justice minister says

        Wait list for Yukon subsidized housing doubles

        Housing minister Frost declines to say how many units will get built this year

        Wyatt’s World

        • Nov 1st, 2017