Ashley Joannou

Teachers’ Association president placed on leave following ‘serious’ allegations

‘I’m going to let the membership decide what it is that they want to do about this’

Auditor General of Canada criticizes Yukon’s climate change plans

Yukon’s plans lack milestones, completion dates or costs, according to latest audit

From hospital to home care: Yukon’s health department now offering more service hours

‘A lot of evidence does show that people do better in their home environment’

Fall sitting of Yukon legislature wraps up

‘It turns out that red is a lot more like blue than anyone expected’

Electoral boundaries commission proposes changes to Yukon ridings

Suggestions include changes to Pelly-Nisutlin and a new riding for Whistle Bend

UPDATED: Flooding closes Golden Horn Elementary School

Department of Education is hoping the school will re-open tomorrow

Darryl Sheepway takes the stand in first-degree murder trial

‘He was leaving, I wanted to stop him’

Territorial government cancels oil and gas disposition process in northern Yukon

Move comes after consultation with 3 First Nations, Pillai says

YG awards Nares River bridge contract

$12.6 M crossing will replace dilapidated wooden span

Yukon government outlines proposed pot rules

Opposition says revealed plans short on specifics

Yukon government reveals proposed pot rules

‘We’re under a tight timeline, everybody is Canada is, so we’re doing this in stages’

Silver rules out HST, layoffs and royalty changes

Yukon’s financial advisory panel has released its final report

Get family consent before moving patients to other hospitals: NDP critic

‘Where is the respect and where is the dignity?’

Yukon government releases survey on the territory’s liquor laws

Changes could include allowing sale of booze in grocery stores

Victoria Gold plugs into power purchase agreement with Yukon Energy

Power company estimates mine near Mayo will spend $100 million on power over 10 years

Lack of staff closes Watson Lake’s only daycare

Facility can’t afford to pay competitive wages to attract staff, board president says

Liberals postpone new recycling fees after concerns over consultation

Streicker admits he didn’t reach out to electronics industry

Public accounts show the Yukon in deficit for 2016-17

Yukon Party originally projected $9.5 million surplus. Documents show a deficit of $5.4 million

Liberals back out of $200M Alaska Highway plan

Government says it still plans to address safety concerns at various intersections

Yukon family forced hours apart due to hospital crowding

Haines Junction man moved to Watson Lake hospital because of overcrowding in Whitehorse