Jackie Hong

Former YG employee’s firing while on probation was justified, court finds

The Yukon government had “every right” to reject Andrew Schaer on probation, a judge found

YG considering using ice boom to help form Dawson ice bridge this winter

The ice boom idea was among the suggestions in a report by the National Research Council

Canadian Museum of Nature gives Yukon biologist lifetime achievement award

David Mossop has worked as a biologist in the Yukon for nearly 50 years

Non-Kaska hunters respectful of RRDC hunting rules, says councillor

RRDC councillor Derrick Redies said the First Nation will “absolutely” have permits next year, too

“Ageing Out” gives youth who grew up in group homes their own voice

The documentary was created by Carrie Davis, who aged out of a group home in Whitehorse in 2005

Man sentenced to 4.5 years for 2016 Pelly Crossing manslaughter

Tristan Joe, who killed Raine Silas, 18, will serve 20 months in jail after credit for time served

Leonard Boniface puts name forward for Whitehorse City Council position

Boniface is vying for one of six spots on city council

Yukon’s first mosque opens in Whitehorse

The Yukon Muslim Society has spent years fundraising to buy its own space for worship and gatherings

E-waste, tires now free to be dropped off for recycling in the Yukon

Yukoners no longer have to pay tipping fees, but a surcharge at the point of purchase instead

Corrections officers to take over provost services from Yukon RCMP

Yukon RCMP has not provided provost services in the Whitehorse courthouse cellblock since January

Norman Larue appeals murder conviction to the Supreme Court of Canada

Larue was convicted of first-degree murder in 2013 for his role in the 2008 slaying of Gordon Seybold

Carcross to get new RCMP building under new Yukon policing infrastructure plan

Ross River and Faro will also be merged into one policing region

UPDATED: YG cancels French school construction management contract with NWT firm

The Yukon government’s decision is “honourable,” says Yukon Contractors Association president

Court rules man assaulted by RCMP can continue arguing Charter violations

The judge also decided the police must release documents related to training and policing

YG launches public survey on regulating, funding midwifery

The Yukon government plans to introduce funded and regulated midwifery by the end of 2019

Whitehorse man accused of mailing exploding package to his brother facing attempted murder charge

Leon Nepper, 73, is now facing one charge each of aggravated assault and attempted murder

Watson Lake man sentenced for manslaughter

‘It’s like (Chief) got a new lease on life and my dad is no longer here… How is that justice?’

Whitehorse Community Thrift Store to open its doors Saturday

The store, opening for the first time on Sept. 22 at 10 a.m., is located in the Yukon Inn Plaza

Death of Whitehorse man in Vancouver hospital deemed a homicide

Shawn Johnnie died after being medevaced from Whitehorse to Vancouver Sept. 12.

Whitehorse Days Inn fined $1,500 for failing to fix faulty emergency lighting

The hotel did not fix the lights within the deadline given by the Whitehorse Fire Department