Jackie Hong

Crown asks for ‘audio-visual exhibit’ to be sealed in Yukon child sex-abuse case

The application is related to a case where a man pled guilty to abusing 11 girls under the age of 14

Gold Rush star Tony Beets to appeal pond fire fines

The Yukon miner will appeal the $31k in fines he and his company are facing for Water Act violations

Yukon First Nations leader Mike Smith dies at 71

‘He was just a kind and gentle individual and he didn’t want anybody to want for anything’

Man dead after SUV and tractor trailer crash on Alaska Highway near Rancheria

‘Panic at the restaurant’ after highway shut down overnight for investigation

Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board to increase rates in 2018

All but one industry will see a rate increase in 2018

Former SOVA student evokes Prairie childhood in award-winning artwork

Kayza DeGraff-Ford is the Yukon regional winner for the 15th annual BMO 1st Art! competition

Whitehorse lawyer offers snarky reply to Crown request to adjourn appeal hearing

‘Perhaps PPSC Yukon could stop prosecuting bail breaches at a rate 415,000.00% higher than in Quebec’

Yukon mining leaders calls for deferral on C-17, but MP not on board

Larry Bagnell will not be supporting a call to put off legislation that would undo S-6

Tagish dog rescue owner to be limited to keeping two dogs

A judge has ordered an injuction on the number of dogs Shelley Cuthbert can keep on her property

Whitehorse man facing eviction after social assistance didn’t fully cover rent

Ted Shepherd, 59, says landlord won’t relent over $160 shortfall

Ex-Yukon Gold star fined $145,000 for not cleaning up placer operation

Ken Foy, 44, pleaded guilty to four charges related to his placer mining operation outside of Dawson

Second man arrested for Carmacks murder

Mario Rueben Skookum, 25, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Wilfred Charlie

Whitehorse taxi driver charged with kidnapping, sexual assault

Jaspal Singh Tamber, 25, was charged after two women reported sexual asasults by a taxi driver.

Former Yukon man pleads guilty to 19 child sex abuse charges

The man abused 11 girls, all under 14, in the Yukon between 2008 and 2013

Whitehorse’s new Salvation Army building officially opens

‘It will be life-changing for a lot of people in our community’

Whitehorse RCMP identify Porter Creek homicide victim

Mohamed Nagiel Saddek Nagem, from Surrey, B.C., was fatally shot near Goody’s Gas Bar Sept. 20.

Long waits, stigma among barriers to getting mental health help in the Yukon

‘I know for certain that there’s a lack of psychiatrists here’

Former Yukon Speaker David Laxton found not guilty of sexual assault

Case hinged on whether kisses constitute sexual assault

Yukon government should remove WCC’s hospital status, says Supreme Court judge

‘Calling a prison a hospital does not change the nature of the WCC from a penal environment’

Burwash Landing man cleared in axe attack trial

A jury found Douglas Twiss not guilty of assault with a weapon and uttering threats but guilty of mischief