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Warrant issued for Chris Cornell after failure to return to BC halfway house

Cornell failed to return to his halfway house in Vancouver on March 22

Second man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2017 Carmacks death of Wilfred Charlie

Tyler Aaron Skookum pleaded guilty to manslaughter the morning of April 6 in midst of murder trial

Man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill City of Whitehorse employee

The man has been charged with uttering death threats and the unsafe storage of firearms

Carcross/Tagish First Nation postpones general election

Carcross/Tagish First Nation has postponed its general election for chief until further…

Air North not informed by officials of COVID-19 case, president says

Joe Sparling says Air North learned via social media that passenger on flight had COVID-19

Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in postpones election of chief

Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in has postponed its election for chief after all three candidates…

Owner of Whitehorse home targeted in police raid wants more communication between cops, landlords

Marie-Pierre Leblanc Demers is the owner of 5051 Fifth Ave. in downtown Whitehorse

YTA, Yukon government reach agreement on hiring dispute out of court

YTA’s petition was set to be heard March 25 but was called off after the parties reached an agreement

Yukon government warns of potential but “low risk” COVID-19 exposure in Whitehorse

A person with COVID-19 attended Bethany Church and Elias Dental earlier this month

UPDATED: Northwestel waives internet overage fees, increases monthly caps after CRTC application approved

Customers on cable internet, including Whitehorse, will have overage fees waived for March and April

UPDATED: Yukon confirms first two cases of COVID-19, introduces new restrictions

The territory’s first two cases are a couple who travelled to the U.S. for a conference.

Originally meant for AWGs, Emerging North art exhibit now a “last little celebration”

The exhibit at the Yukon Arts Centre features the work of eight young, emerging Indigenous artists

Whitehorse wiped clean of toilet paper in light of COVID-19 concerns

Most stores had none in stock as of March 12, but expect to be resupplied on March 14

The Yukon now has five Gladue writers, up from three

The Yukon now has a roster of five Gladue report writers, up…

YTA takes YG to court over alleged plan to lay off teachers, re-hire without giving them priority

The Yukon Teachers’ Association said in a petition it learned of the plan at a meeting last month

‘That’s the unfortunate part, we don’t have a feeling of success’: Yukoners regroup following AWG cancellation

Officials across a number of sectors in the Yukon, from government to…

Yukon government launches sexualized assault response team program

The program aims to provide “wrap-around” support for victims of sexual violence in the territory

Man, company fined $65k for leaving cooking grease out in MacRae, attracting bears

Joszeph Suska and his company, Budget Towing & Auto Services, pleaded guilty to five charges on Feb. 25

New exhibit aims to ‘unframe’ artist’s work

Spring is for the Birds is the latest offering from Haines Junction artist Martha Jane Ritchie