Jackie Hong

Yukon University students fined $700 each for failing to self-isolate

Students had entered communal residence and Whitehorse campus, leading it to be closed for two days

Minister unveils six new designs for Yukon tourism banners

The banners, for the second time in a row, feature artwork all made by women, tourism minister noted

Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Dawson defamation case

The Supreme Court of Canada has declined to hear the case of…

Whitehorse Correctional Centre inmate files petition over alleged separate confinement without legal protections

An inmate at the Whitehorse Correctional Centre has filed a petition against…

Robinson subdivision residents file lawsuit against neighbour over loud music, floodlights

The situation was allegedly triggered by the defendants disapproval of a lot being subdivided

New Yukon Supreme Court chief justice first woman to hold position

Yukon Supreme Court judge Suzanne Duncan has been appointed the court’s new…

Extension to state of emergency justified, Yukon government says in reply to legal challenge

The Yukon government has filed a response to a legal challenge of…

Wheels, brakes, other artifacts removed from Venus mine tramway

The Yukon government’s historic sites unit will be assessing damage to the…

Homicide investigation underway after Whitehorse woman’s remains found in Vernon, B.C.

Erin Chelsea Borgford’s death is being treated as a homicide. She was 27

New Arts Underground shows feature paintings of strangers, dreams of gold rush-era dance hall girls

Two new shows will soon be gracing Whitehorse’s Arts Underground — one…

Judge dismisses ‘premature’ application over legal aid funding for Pelly Crossing murder case

Deputy Justice Elizabeth Hughes says lawyers could request more hours after preliminary inquiry

Men charged after police see suspected crack cocaine during traffic stop

Two men are facing charges after a traffic stop in downtown Whitehorse…

CPAWS Yukon, Yukon Conservation Society encouraged by territory’s parks strategy

The conservation manager for CPAWS Yukon and executive director of the Yukon…

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…

UPDATED: Driver in alleged Whitehorse gun-pointing incident arrested

Christopher Dick, 24, charged with obstructing a peace officer, failing to comply with release order

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