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Yukon sending money, firefighting equipment to wildfire-stricken British Columbia

Yukon government will donate $25k, while Whitehorse is mulling its own contribution

  • Jul 19th, 2017

‘Unfortunate’ some Indigenous leaders boycotted CoF meeting, Silver says

First Nations, Metis and Inuit groups want seat a premiers’ meeting

  • Jul 19th, 2017

It happens: Whitehorse sewage repair costs balloon

Budgeted at $880,000 in 2016, Marwell lift station project could cost $3.5M

Whooping cough cases continue to rise in the Yukon

‘It does not yet appear to have peaked’

  • Jul 17th, 2017

The beginner’s guide to city hall

Got a beef with city hall? Unsure where to start? Here are the basics

Whitehorse summer more rainy than average

Environment Canada records rainy June and July

  • Jul 17th, 2017
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Police rule 13-year-old’s death a homicide, investigation continues
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Whitehorse waste bins a ‘smorgasbord’ for bears, conservation officials say

Bear killed in Copper Ridge had gotten used to easy meals from compost containers

Whitehorse trolley won’t run this summer

Track needs too many repairs for trolley to run safely

  • Jul 20th, 2017

Abandoned Faro mine homes go up for sale

More than two dozen properties, starting at $12,000, hit the market

YESAB says Goldcorp failed to consult First Nations, halts Coffee mine assessment

‘They just came in and completely failed to read the local landscape,’ evironmentalist says

YESAB approves Kotaneelee cleanup

Capping YG-owned well will cost $2.4 million

Pilots object to proposal to close five Yukon airstrips

Report mulls shuttering or selling off little-used runways

  • Jul 14th, 2017

Carcross man says CTFN demolished building he owned as part of residential school cleanup

‘Three-thousand dollars wouldn’t even build a lean-to for my car to stand under’

Whitehorse council to vote on $18.8 million loan for new operations building

City staff says some funds could be used to pay off higher-interest debt

Humane society pleads with Whitehorse residents to stop dumping trash at animal shelter

Disposal of garbage and furniture costs non-profit $1,200 in tipping fees

  • Jul 12th, 2017

Yukon RCMP investigating ninth homicide in 12 months

Supt. Brian Jones says major crime unit’s workload is ‘through the roof’

Yukon can’t spare firefighters to help B.C., officials say

Busy fire season continues with major blazes near Dempster Highway, Old Crow, Mayo

UPDATED: Police say man found in Yukon River near Fort Selkirk was murdered

Wilfred ‘Dickie’ Charlie, 57, was last seen near Carmacks June 19

Judge’s comments make it harder for victims to trust legal system: advocate

‘The Supreme Court of Canada made it quite clear that you have to stop using stereotypes’

Yukon government considers new missing persons legislation

Proposed bill would give police access to personal information to help find people faster