Ashley Joannou

Yukon government preps for round of consultations on Peel watershed

Supreme Court of Canada forbid major changes to the planning commission’s final recommended plan

This ain’t a Muppet from your childhood: The Guild’s latest production features a raunchy hand puppet possessed by the devil

‘It’s a really deep play that is masked by a whole lot of dirty, raunchy comedy’

Opposition questions Yukon government’s plans to re-examine tying into B.C. power

‘What we’d really like to see is the evidence that these comments are based on’

Yukon government mulls link to Site C power

2016 report put cost of 763-km line at $1.7B

The week in Yukon mining

Goldcorp re-submits Coffee plans, Mount Nansen sale looms, Kudz Ze Kayah comments open

Sponsored Syrian families depart Yukon

‘People were able to feel they were able to make a human connection’

Yukon government provides more details on its proposed pot rules

Police will be able to throw stoners in the drunk tank, under proposed rules

Alaska archaeological find reveals more details of how Americas were populated

‘Instead of it just being one group of people entering the Americas, now they’ve got at least two’

Whitehorse zoning change could put Yukon’s first pot shop in Marwell

City planner says YG looking to put sales and retail under same roof

Yukon government trying last-ditch fix for Dawson wastewater plant

Streicker said a new filter is the last option before YG pursues lawsuit

Liberals promise to overhaul Yukon’s rules of the road but say it will take years

Current regulations riddled with blind spots, including self-driving cars

Yukon’s commissioner, Doug Phillips, wraps up seven years on the job

No word yet from Ottawa when a replacement will be appointed

Dawson City vying for new recreation centre

Early estimates peg the cost of a new complex at approximately $41 million

Here come the Dome plows: Dawson City’s Dome Road could open year-round

Road was temporarily plowed to the top this winter. Now officials are working to make that permanent

Yukon news in brief

Crash closes bridge near Watson Lake Yukon government engineers are assessing the…

Yukon chimneys may have been incorrectly installed for decades, posing fire risk

‘This is not going to be an isolated incident’

Bill C-17 gets royal assent

‘When you sign treaties, you have to honour them’

Whitehorse groups get cash to help victims of violence find housing

‘It’s all the things surrounding finding a shelter as soon as possible’