Gord Fortin

Check stop set up outside of Dawson

Goal to provide information to visitors

‘Assault-style’ firearms banned in Canada

The federal government’s “assault-style” firearm ban was passed as a cabinet order…

COVID-19 situation holds steady in Yukon

No date yet for reveal of plan to reopen

Local musician releases charity album for digital download

The album is a tribute to the Beaver River watershed and front-line health-care workers

Yukon musician releases debut album

“Once I started it, I just kept going and going”

No virtual sitting for Yukon legislature

Opposition reacts to lack of opportunity to scrutinize government

Health-care practitioner group wants a seat on Business Advisory Council

Group’s chair says representation lacking

No active COVID-19 cases in the Yukon; first charge laid under emergency order

The individual failed to self-isolate as required and will appear in court May 5

Fifteen people turned away at Yukon border

No charges or arrests reported

Premier says reopening of Yukon will be gradual

Number of COVID-19 cases in the Yukon holds steady

Riverdale search warrant leads to two arrests

The April 24 arrests stemmed from an April 15 stabbing

Scope of COVID-19 testing to expand in the Yukon as positive test results hold steady

The number of active COVID-19 cases in the Yukon remains at three

Yukon Muslim community will be celebrating Ramadan differently this year

Prayers and feasts will not be held at mosque due to COVID-19 measures

New student COVID-19 relief benefit to be rolled out

Student benefit still needs approval from Parliament

Long-term care facilities safe during COVID, premier says

Quick action has made long-term care facilities safe during the pandemic, according…

It could be 12 to 18 months before things back to ‘normal’ in the Yukon, CMOH says

Some measures could be relaxed in one to two months, some expected to remain for a year or longer

Whitehorse Westmark stays open while others are shut down

Chain closes down hotels due to COVID-19

Over $9 million of economic activity projected for cancelled AWG

Up to 2,000 athletes and 900 visitors were expected

Yukon Arts Centre concert series to be streamed online

Yukon music lovers could soon be treated to live concerts over the internet

Two new COVID-19 cases announced in Whitehorse

New cases linked to the ninth case announced last week; eight of 11 total cases considered recovered