Jackie Hong

No bids received for Yukon’s mobile abattoir

The Yukon government did not receive any qualified bids for the operation…

Frost accepts HSS review report, but “too early” to decide on recommendations

Staff now doing analyses on recommendations, possible implementation, minister says

Concerns about transitional facility at WCC misplaced, former correctional investigator says

The former correctional investigator of Canada says he thinks that some of…

Human remains found in Whitehorse’s Long Lake area

The remains were found the morning of May 13

RCMP continues search for missing Whitehorse woman

The Yukon RCMP is continuing to ask the public for help in…

Fatal drug overdoses in the Yukon prompt reminders to not use alone

Seven people have died in 2020 from overdoses; three of those deaths have been linked to fentanyl

Victoria Gold raises $23M after selling shares

Victoria Gold has raised more than $23 million after selling approximately three…

Indig/Queer Cabaret bringing drag, burlesque performances to the small screen

The show is part of Gwaandak Theatre’s Awaken Festival, with performers mentored by scene veterans

Court turns down RRDC’s hunting consultation appeal

Court turns down RRDC’s hunting consultation appeal The Yukon Court of Appeal…

Warning labels led to reduced sales at Whitehorse liquor store, study finds

The study drew national attention when industry representatives objected to cancer warning

Fishermen urged to show restraint, respect when fishing in Southern Lakes region

The Carcross/Tagish Renewable Resources Council is urging fishermen travelling to the Southern…

Yukon Wines, Solstice Ciderworks launch home-grown haskap brews

The Yukon Berry Farms branch-offs are offering three locally-made wines and ciders

Watson Lake man arrested on firearms charges

A Watson Lake man is facing five charges after police seized firearms,…

Whitehorse man fined $500 for failing to self-isolate after returning from Outside

Oyebola Olugbemi is the first person to be charged with a COVID-19-related offence in the Yukon

Lawyers, legal advocacy group condemn Yukon halfway house’s relocation to former jail unit

Group of lawyers, Pivot Legal Society asking Yukon government to move facility off WCC grounds

Nominations now open for Carcross/Tagish First Nation’s election for chief

Nomination forms are due by May 15, with the election to take place on June 30

Father of missing Whitehorse woman pleads for info as disappearance enters second week

Ayla Sanders, 28, was last seen leaving her downtown apartment on April 17

Forecast for 2020 Yukon River Chinook run slightly smaller than last year’s

COVID-19 has created some uncertainty on whether some in-season assessment projects will happen

Whitehorse RCMP looking for missing man last seen April 28

Police say they want to contact 22-year-old Guled Warfa to “confirm his well-being”