Ashley Joannou

NDP decries lack of ‘urgency’ in governments response to WCC inspection

‘The reality is that the longer this goes on the less humane our prison system is in the territory’

No new forensic unit planned for Whitehorse’s hospital

Justice says hospital may expand services it offers inmates but not enough to qualify as ‘forensic’

Challengers set sights on the Yukon’s burger baroness

‘Do I feel like a target? Oh yeah. I love it’

Tanker truck rolls on Dempster Highway near Eagle Plains

Still unknown if any fuel spilled

Speak up: digitized Indigenous language lessons spark hope for revival

‘We need teachers and we need access to resources’

Feds award $80M Faro construction manager contract

‘Finally, we are coming to a place where we can put the shovel in the ground’

Yukon Liberals present plans for new lobbying law

Streicker says act will be tabled in the fall but can’t say when the rules will take effect

Yukon government to knock down old McDonald Lodge after all

‘It was decided by both parties that demolition would be the best way forward’

Yukon Culinary Festival plays with fire

‘You get mesmerized by the fire’

Yukon liquor survey finds a desire for alcohol in grocery stores

‘Given that the public has given us an indication on it, that’s something we’ll consider’

Hot, dry weather means Yukon wildfires grow

Crews have been called in from Alberta to help

Yukon unveils plans for millions in promised health funding

‘What we’re trying to do through innovation is bring the supports to the communities’

Yukon Chamber of Mines digs for more information on proposed staking changes

YG says new rules would only apply to areas already off-limits to staking

Tender for Kotaneelee gas well abandonment cancelled

YG refuses to release details about why 2 bids fell short

How did the Yukon government fail to foresee the Whistle Bend housing crunch?

Adding 150 new continuing care workers to a town where rentals are scarce requires better planning

Yukon premier calls for infrastructure funding ‘flexibility’

‘You’re kind of limiting us in our ability over the next 10 years to spend that federal money’

Yukon’s housing-first project set to go over its original budget estimate

The lowest bid came in at $3.9 million. The government originally estimated $2.7 million

Dawson regional land use planning commission to be restored by fall

Plans were suspended while the Peel planning commission case worked its way through the courts