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Steele, who was instrumental in bringing internet to the Yukon, died Sept. 10
The skull, found on a trail near Long Lake Road, is that of Port Coquitlam man Terry Fai Vong.
Whitehorse man, Leon Nepper, faces charges related to a mail bomb sent to a Port Alice home Sept. 11
Records were obtained by the News via an access to information request
Alfred also doubles as Selkirk First Nation’s fish and wildlife officer
Co-owner Adrian Burrill says he’s excited for the next chapter in the shop’s hole-y adventure
The Crown and defence agreed that Campbell Arkinstall didn’t intend to cause the spill
The Yukon Party and some architectural firms are wondering why it didn’t go to a local company
Inmates with FASD and the jail now are not receiving support they need, says board member
Travis Dennis has been convicted of second-degree murder for killing Andy Giraudel in July 2016
Part bar, part concert and social events venue, the business is closing for good on Aug. 31.
UPDATED: Former Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel fined $1,000 for violating Elections Act in 2016 election
Goeppel admitted to improperly helping people fill out proxy voting forms during the 2016 election.
Meanwhile, the lawyer who represented Michael Nehass is skeptical of Yukon government’s will to act
Former Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel pleads guilty to violating Elections Act in 2016 territorial election
On day two of her trial, Goeppel pleads guilty to improperly helping people with proxy voting forms
Yukon News editor Ashley Joannou was subpoenaed to testify at the former Liberal candidate’s trial
Man sues Softball Yukon, Softball Canada alleging injury after Pepsi Centre bleachers ‘gave way’ in 2016
Ryan Joynt alleges that, in 2016, bleachers at the Pepsi Centre “gave way” and he was injured
Family members of Raine Silas, 18, read emotional victim impact statements to the court Aug. 22
“It doesn’t make sense to shut this down,” organizer Shiela Alexandrovich said.
The Lutz Creek fire is estimated to be more than 6,000 ha in size now
As of Aug. 20, the Eagle sonar had counted 57,959 chinook