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Random COVID-19 tests eliminated for Yukon-Alaska border
The testing would have delayed cruise ship passengers
Child and Youth advocate alleges physical discipline and isolation at Jack Hulland
“We can’t be part of keeping the silence.”
NDP calls for review for ATCO Yukon electricity rates
The opposition party is taking issue with the company’s profits since 2016.
Waitlist for Whitehorse MRI scanner is a thousand patients long
“We’re working to make sure that that changes,” health minister says.
Government provides update on action plan to help older Yukoners age in place
“To be removed from family, friends can be heartbreaking and life-shortening.”
Legislative petition calls for ‘pandemic policy forum’
Brad Cathers can expect a response to his petition by April 6
Rapid-test kits will be available at some Yukon businesses
Government vaccination requirements will remain for high-risk settings
NDP calls for LGBT support clubs in all Yukon schools
“Every queer and trans student deserves a safe space in their school.”
Government offers $50 off electricity bill for the next three months
Yukoners will receive $150 total off their electricity bill
Yukon signs agreement with the Philippines for Yukon Nominee Program, airline agreement
Flights from Whitehorse to Manila will be easier to book starting next month.
Green buildings program passes legislative hurdle
The Better Buildings program will allow Yukoners to access low-income loans for retrofits
Yukon airports in Dawson and Whitehorse ready for visitors as Canada drops border testing
‘I think we’re looking at a very good season in front of us.’
Yukon MP’s name included on Russia travel blacklist
Hanley said the list, which includes most House of Commons members, was a response to sanctions.
Macaulay Lodge to be demolished for housing development
The contract was awarded to United North Construction Group.
Dawson and Whitehorse airports ready for visitors as Canada drops border testing
“I think we’re looking at a very good season in front of us.”
Yukon won’t follow Alberta in temporarily scrapping gas tax
The fuel tax in Yukon amounts to around 6.2 cents for gasoline and 7.2 cents for diesel.
Government proposes review of CEMA after Yukon Party amendments fail
The NDP is calling for a public review in how the law was used during a pandemic.
Yukon Party suggests CEMA reform to allow more oversight
Brad Cathers said right now the powers in CEMA are too sweeping.
Federal government funding heavy machinery companies in Dawson and Burwash Landing
Both initiatives are being put forward by First Nations development corporations
Government’s $1.97-billion budget includes heavy capital spending
The budget does not include any tax increases