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Gold Rush star Tony Beets to appeal pond fire fines

The Yukon miner will appeal the $31k in fines he and his company are facing for Water Act violations

Yukoners taken as part of Sixties Scoop file class action lawsuit

Suit alleges government violated the rights of hundreds of Indigenous children from 1950 to 1993

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      Health minister says there's no easy solution to opioid crisis

        City begins transit master plan project

        Survey seeking input on bus service open until Nov. 10

        Crown asks for ‘audio-visual exhibit’ to be sealed in Yukon child sex-abuse case

        The application is related to a case where a man pled guilty to abusing 11 girls under the age of 14

        Wyatt’s World

        • Oct 20th, 2017

        Santa Claus to skip Whitehorse this year unless funding found

        ’We’re a not-for-profit. If we don’t have the money for an event we don’t put it on’

        More money needed for Whistle Bend Phase 8 planning, Whitehorse staff say

        ‘There’s a mix of development planning and recreation planning going on’

        Yukon First Nations leader Mike Smith dies at 71

        ‘He was just a kind and gentle individual and he didn’t want anybody to want for anything’

        Yukon government emits new radon rules

        ‘There could potentially be some additional cost for some operators’

        Man dead after SUV and tractor trailer crash on Alaska Highway near Rancheria

        ‘Panic at the restaurant’ after highway shut down overnight for investigation

        Water study for Whitehorse infill lots technically sound, consultant says

        ‘This study is based on a lot of good information’

        Wyatt’s World

        • Oct 18th, 2017

        Whitehorse lawyer offers snarky reply to Crown request to adjourn appeal hearing

        ‘Perhaps PPSC Yukon could stop prosecuting bail breaches at a rate 415,000.00% higher than in Quebec’

        Yukon government hears more complaints about proposed airport act

        ‘I don’t know why you wouldn’t avail yourself of extra time to get feedback’

        Yukon government silent on scope of sex abuse settlements

        Justice department refuses to answer questions

        Yukon mining leaders calls for deferral on C-17, but MP not on board

        Larry Bagnell will not be supporting a call to put off legislation that would undo S-6

        Yukon Liberals table supplementary budget

        Projected surplus continues to shrink from $6.5M to $3.1M

        Wyatt’s World

        • Oct 13th, 2017