Jackie Hong

Thy will be done: You’re never too young to write your will

Yes, in the Yukon you can write your will on a napkin — but avoid that if you can

63 bears killed in the Yukon in 2017

Leading causes for human-bear conflicts are attracts like improperly stored garbage and food

Old Crow woman appeals sentence, says judge unfairly factored in marijuana use

Woman denied conditional discharge because she smokes 2 joints per day

Feds give $7.5M for community spaces at future Yukon French high school

The funding will help build the gym, theatre and kitchen, Education Minister Tracy-Anne McPhee says

Project near Takhini Hot Springs to measure Yukon’s geothermal potential

The results could open the door for a new, green way of generating power in the Yukon

Human rights hearing over Destruction Bay pantsing put off until next year

Motel co-owner accused in case did not attend hearing due to illness

Michael Nehass released from custody in B.C.

Yukon man who spent years in WCC awaiting peace bond application, faces no charges

Yukon community liaison for MMIWG inquiry fired

Melissa Carlick, the Whitehorse-based community liaison officer for the national Missing and…

Bill C-17 passes third reading in House of Commons

The bill, which will repeal controversial amendments made to YESAA by Bill S-6, will now go to Senate

White Pass and Yukon Route musical chugs on without director

The cast and crew of Stonecliff are pushing forward without Conrad Boyce, who went on medical leave

Darryl Sheepway murder trial hears from firearm and bloodstains experts

Brisson killed by a slug from a 12-gauge shotgun

Weekend Soup Kitchen ends after 25 years of feeding Whitehorse’s needy

Salvation Army’s new Centre of Hope fulfills the need for weekend meals, says volunteer coordinator

Art exhibit at Yukon College’s Hilltop Bistro gives local artists a chance to shine

The exhibit features the work of nine artists, all members of the Yukon Artists @ Work co-op.

First degree-murder trial in death of Christopher Brisson continues in Whitehorse

Crown video shows Darryl Sheepway describing to police day of fatal shooting

Second trial for Whitehorse man accused of raping teen girl ends

Jackie James Kodwat had his 2015 conviction overturned by the court of appeal

Tagish dog rescue owner Shelley Cuthbert files appeal

‘If they are sentenced to death by the courts then they will die in my arms’

Darryl Sheepway’s first-degree murder trial begins in Whitehorse

Sheepway stands accused of killing Christopher Brisson, 25, in 2015. He’s pleaded not guilty

Yukon’s housing wait list increase shows need for affordable housing, advocates say

Housing navigators say the increased number paints a more accurate picture of the need in Whitehorse

Yukon government remains vague on abuse settlements

‘Approximately’ 40 cases have been launched against the government since 2000, justice minister says