Ashley Joannou

Whitehorse piano project aims to tickle the ivory this summer

‘Basically this happened as a good accident’

Colleagues remember Yukon hydrologist Rick Janowicz

The territory’s only hydrologist died May 23. A celebration of life is scheduled for June 21

Yukon government promises more details on DM severance, eventually

YG claims releasing even total number of dismissals, payouts would violate ATIPP rules

White Pass and Yukon Route set to sell for $290 million

Cruise company Carnaval’s deal includes ports, railroad and retail operations

Yukon’s government-owned Kotaneelee well set to be abandoned this summer

Work on the well should be completed by early August, according to a request for proposals

Yukon government launches new housing fund

Groups can apply for up to $500,000 for affordable rentals, supportive or transitional housing

Government updates massive Faro mine cleanup schedule

Officials expect to submit plan to Yukon assessment board this year

Work on Slinky mine site to continue through August

Miner agrees to restore vegetation, backfill trenches and prevent erosion

Yukon women’s group has mixed feelings about MMIWG inquiry extension

The president of the Yukon Aboriginal Women’s Council believes the inquiry will return to Yukon as promised

Road block: Yukon government to tighten mining road rules

‘We want to make sure that if roads become public it’s through a managed process’

YG names committee for review of Child and Family Services Act

Government says it hopes to table report in the fall

As Greyhound service ends, Yukon government rules out replacement

‘I told her at the time that we had no interest or capacity to actually be involved in such a thing’

Yukon gets federal cash to monitor roads, streams and bridges

‘Instead of sending a road crew out we’ll be able to do it in real time’

Nice to meat you, General Sow

Smoke and Sow gets ready to serve up smoked brisket and other slow-cooked delights

UPDATED: Yukon RCMP lay charges in Wendy Carlick, Sarah MacIntosh murders

Everett Chief, 44, has been charged with first and second-degree murder in the women’s 2017 deaths

Victoria Gold confident amended water licence won’t slow progress at Yukon’s Eagle mine

Changes to the mine plan means Yukon’s water board wants the company to apply for an amended licence

Yukon government reveals proposed access to information changes

‘Actions will speak louder than words’

Yukon picks site of territory’s first pot shop

Shop will take over lease of a building used by Department of Highways and Public Works for storage

Canada withdraws Klondike world heritage site bid

Governments refuse to release assessment report

College launches made-in-Yukon Indigenous governance degree

‘This is Yukon’s degree. This is for First Nations, this is for people working with First Nations’