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Ross River School woes a result of moisture miscalculation, contractor says

‘If it’s thawing out in the summertime, then cool it in the summertime’

  • Aug 17th, 2017

Waiving publication bans in sexual assault trials rare but not unheard of

Michelle Stimson chose not to keep her identity secret

Man charged with kidnapping, sexual assault in Whitehorse appears in court

Philip Tyler Reid, 25, faces charges of kidnapping and sexual assault

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          Yukon government launches carbon tax survey as Opposition raises concerns

          Yukon Party accuses Liberals of ‘picking winners and losers’

          Whitehorse RCMP confiscated package of 535 fentanyl tablets in April

          Jibril Hosh Jibril, 26, charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking in June

          Appeal dismissed for Yukon man with ‘fuck the police’ tattoo

          Christopher Cornell was found guilty of robbing a Haines Junction store, shooting at a police truck

          JDS Silver and two former workers in legal spat over dismissal

          Ex-employees claim wrongful firing, but company says their actions led to dangerous situation at northern B.C. mine

          UPDATED: Yukon RCMP arrest sexual assault suspect

          Philip Tyler Reid was wanted for one count of kidnapping and one count of sexual assault

          Crews start cleanup following Alaska Highway tanker rollover

          Environment Yukon says much of the 29,000 litres of gas has likely gone into the ground

          Survey opens on Yukon’s pot plans

          Territory will likely have ‘phased-in approach’ to new weed laws

          Whitehorse’s new Salvation Army building to open in fall

          Fourth Avenue facility was originally slated to open in April

          • Aug 11th, 2017

          Yukon on pace for record bear bodycount

          Nearly 50 bears killed through early August

          Yukon mining outlook brightening: Conference Board of Canada

          Yukon Geological Survey expects companies will spend $120 million in 2017

          David Laxton, former Yukon Speaker, stands trial for sexual assault

          Two-day trial wraps up Aug. 8, verdict expected in October

          Whitehorse city hall roundup

          Marwell lift station budget, B.C. wildfire donation, business bylaw changes all approved Aug. 7

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Changes to Yukon recycling regulations mean money for milk jugs

          Consumers will now pay 10-cent deposits on milk containers, get a nickel back

          No end in sight for B.C. wildfires, one month since state of emergency declared

          Wildfire conditions remained ‘static’ during the long weekend but fires still a concern through August