Jackie Hong

Higher camping fees, new campground, reconciliation efforts feature in Yukon parks 10-year strategy

Creating a new campground within two hours of Whitehorse, introducing higher camping…

North of Ordinary Experience Centre shutting down

COVID-19 has caused bookings for the space to become almost non-existent, owner says

Culture Days comes back to Whitehorse with in-person activities, events

Clay sculpting, poetry readings, live music, moose hide tanning, photo walks and…

Driver wanted in alleged gun-pointing incident in downtown Whitehorse

The suspects fled to the Carcross area where the driver escaped on foot

Watson Lake man arrested on cocaine charge

Calvin Pembleton, 53, is facing multiple charges

Whitehorse driver gets one-month sentence, $1k fine for fatally hitting pedestrian in 2019

Karen Kennedy was sentenced before territorial court judge Michael Cozens Sept. 22

Brother of slain Carmacks man wants review of Yukon justice system

Lennie Charlie’s brother, Wilfred “Dickie” Charlie, was killed by Mario and Tyler Skookum in 2017

Lawsuit against Freedom Trails settled

The suit was dismissed with consent of all parties

Skookum Jim Friendship Centre unveils restored crests

Tlingit carver and painter Keith Wolfe Smarch restored killer whale, eagle on outside of building

Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in issues voluntary closure on fall chum fishing

The closure comes during the worst fall chum run on record

Lawyers make arguments over ‘inadequate’ legal aid funding for Yukon murder case

The preliminary inquiry alone is scheduled to last for two weeks

Kathleen Lake kokanee salmon spawning numbers increasing again

The population has gone through a ‘boom and bust’ cycle over the past several years

Judge allows man to withdraw “uninformed” guilty plea to impaired driving

Peter Chisholm, chief judge for the Yukon territorial court, found Brandon Janz didn’t know the law

Yukon Party nominates Dixon for Copperbelt North

The new leader was previously the MLA for the riding

Yukon River fall chum run the worst on record

“There isn’t a fishery allocation for either the U.S. or Canada right now”

Second man in 2017 Carmacks killing to serve additional five months in jail

Mario Rueben Skookum was sentenced to 3.5 years for his role in killing Wilfred “Dickie” Charlie

Court challenge filed over extension of Yukon’s state of emergency under COVID-19

The petition alleges that the Yukon government made the decision in an opaque, undemocratic way

Man charged after fake bomb threat towards the Yukon Arts Centre

Owen Williams is facing a charge each of public mischief and making a false alarm of fire

Minister of Northern Affairs takes virtual tour of First Nations’ green energy projects

Daniel Vandal said he was impressed by the resiliency of Yukon business owners and First Nations

Yukon RCMP make appeal for info in 2019 Ross River murder

Mary Ann Ollie was murdered in Ross River on Aug. 1, 2019, the day after her 59th birthday