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The underground workings of Yukon Zinc's Wolverine mine are slowly filling with water because the company can no longer afford to operate the pumps and ventilation equipment.
Drug and alcohol issues were among the top concerns of residents of Yukon communities during a recent series of meetings hosted by NDP caucus members.
Economic development is no longer a dirty word for the Kluane First Nation. Geordan Clark is the executive director of Kluane Dana Shaw Co., the First Nation's development corporation and business arm.
The Yukon government wants to beef up the territory's tech industry, and they've hooked up with a slick Vancouver training program to help.
Yukon Zinc has received protection from its creditors on $646 million of debt. The Chinese-owned company owns the Wolverine zinc mine, located in southeast Yukon.
Garret Gillespie is out to revolutionize the industrial composting industry. This week, with a U.S. patent in hand, he’s one step closer to that goal. A Canadian patent is expected to follow.
There's nothing terribly daunting or complicated about solving entrenched poverty and social issues in First Nations communities, if you ask Jerry Asp.
The Yukon government is seeking public feedback on a $200-million plan to widen the Alaska Highway to four lanes from Macrae to Crestview.
The Yukon government has hired a new legal team for the Peel watershed case.
The Whitehorse Aboriginal Women's Circle is launching a new mentorship program for aboriginal women. The Leading the Way program kicks off at a weekend-long symposium next weekend, from March 20-.
Four actors stand on stage. They move towards each other, and apart. They engage, and disengage.
Federal Bill S-6, which includes controversial amendments to Yukon's environmental assessment regime, passed second reading in Parliament on Wednesday.
Yukon's quest to see a second telecommunications link to Outside has seen a boost this week thanks to news out of Alaska.
The Yukon government's planned response to the recent legislative report on fracking has been mistakenly made public. A CBC journalist received copies of a PowerPoint presentation and draft ministerial speaking notes.
Don't hold your breath for Alaska pipeline Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says a pipeline to Alaska through the Yukon has the territorial government's support. But the plan is missing a crucial ingredient - a company that wants to build it.
Ready, set, sculpt! Yukon's 12th annual International Snow Carving Competition is underway in Shipyards Park as part of the Rendezvous festival. Artists from around the world gather in Whitehorse for this event.
Yukon's premier has come out swinging against federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's promise to put a price on carbon pollution.
When the Yukon government bailed out the Mountain View Golf Club in 2011 for $750,000, it left the bill for future residents of Whistle Bend.
The Chinese Canadian Association of Yukon welcomes you to the Year of the Sheep. The association’s third annual Chinese New Year celebration will be held Saturday at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre.
Firefighters plus puppies turned out to be a winning combination for the Whitehorse Firefighter Association’s charity calendar fundraiser.