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Salvation Army off the hook for any contamination found under new Whitehorse building

The Salvation Army will not be liable for any hydrocarbon contamination found under its new building

Northern premiers talk sustainable future, Indigenous affairs

The Northern Premiers’ Forum wrapped up Aug. 31 in Yellowknife

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        Six companies express interest in building South Klondike fibre optic link

        The route is one of two being considered to give Yukon a redundant fibre optic source

        Keno groundwater study shows water largely undrinkable without heavy treatment

        Officials with the Department of Community Services met with community members this week

        Oak Bay resident revises grand dictionary of Canadianisms

        Stefan Dollinger spent a decade updating the Dictionary of Canadianisms on Historical Principles

        Save-On-Foods grocery store opens in Whitehorse

        Overwaitea Foods-owned store enters downtown market previously dominated by Loblaw Companies Ltd

        Yukon foodies celebrate at culinary fest

        ‘Just look out your window and say, ‘I’m going to Google spruce, edible spruce.’’

        Got Yukon calendar concerns? Survey on school year calendar open to public

        Community members can put in their two-cents regarding the school calendar until October 21

        Whitehorse to improve on Street Eats Festival parking after vendors ticketed

        ‘We kind of looked at it like a trade-off kind of thing.’

        Local company wins Yukon’s mobile abattoir contract

        The service allows local farmers to slaughter livestock in an inspected facility

        Yukon government shows off new continuing care facility

        An open house is being held for the public Sept. 9

        Number of bears killed in the Yukon this year rises to 55

        Relocating problematic bears isn’t always practical or successful, says conservation officer.

        Yukon government bans future staking at Venus mine tailing site

        The now-defunct tailing site is 22 kilometres south of Carcross

        Old Crow runner turns track star at Alaska Games

        Allan Benjamin wins a dozen medals in Fairbanks

        Silver appoints new deputy ministers

        Yukon government fills three positions, promises more

        Act governing Yukon legal profession to get much-needed update

        Yukon’s Legal Profession Act is slated to be updated in the fall

        Bat and bird deaths a concern in proposed Kluane wind energy project

        Little brown bats, common nighthawk and olive-sided flycatcher among the species at risk in the area

        Dirt bikers hit the trails in harescramble race

        Tim Schirmer keeps win streak going with expert division win