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If you’re a Yukon Party supporter, Monday night probably was not a great experience. Watching your caucus get cut in half, your leader lose his own seat and a 14-year run of power come to an end cannot be easy.
Sandy Silver will be Yukon’s next premier. The Liberal leader easily won his own seat in Klondike, and watched as Liberals elsewhere in the territory knocked off incumbent MLAs left and right.
The Yukon RCMP’s major crime unit is investigating after an 18-year old man died in Pelly Crossing Friday.
Election night results and observations from the Yukon News editorial team.
Yukon’s election campaign draws to a merciful end over the weekend and while formally it’s only been going for a month or so, the reality is that the parties have been campaigning since the summer, if not earlier.
Today marks the approximate halfway point of Yukon’s territorial election campaign. And while it’s not hard to improve upon the horrific gong show that is the U.S. presidential election, Yukon’s political parties are due a small amount of credit.
What happens when Yukoners go to the polls Nov. 7 is anyone’s guess.
Whitehorse RCMP are treating a Friday night shooting in Porter Creek as a homicide.
One suspects that Premier Darrell Pasloski is more than content to waltz into an election campaign against two left-leaning, vote-splitting parties who are talking about how to implement a carbon tax.
Michael Ross’ new job is simple: find energy solutions for the three territories. Easy, right?
Yukon does a relatively good job providing employment services, but could do more to involve the private sector in training programs, says a report released Monday by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
The Poker Creek border crossing on the Top of the World Highway will close for the season Sept. 25, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Thursday.
The ongoing debate over changes to Canada’s electoral system — highlighted this week by Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef’s tour of the northern capitals...
Yukon’s chief coroner on Friday released the name of the man whose body was pulled from the Teslin River last week.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell if that cold, creepy feeling is just the season changing to fall or the grey, chilling presence of the impending territorial election.
The Tragically Hip, Canada’s favourite rock band, will wrap up their farewell tour with a final show from their hometown of Kingston, Ont., Saturday and Marsh Lake’s community centre is throwing a viewing party.
Anxiety appears to dominate on all sides of the Whitehorse City Council debate over arts funding.
By all means, hurl your tomatoes at the contractor who, through either ignorance or carelessness, severed the fibre optic cable leading from British Columbia to Yukon earlier this week.
It’s a good thing for Premier Darrell Pasloski that Canada does not yet, as the Trudeau government has promised, have a nationwide tax on carbon emissions.
Yukon will get $13.6 million in funding for affordable housing over the next two years, the federal and territorial governments announced Thursday.