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A woman whose dog was struck by a truck last Wednesday believes the driver hit her Pomeranian on purpose, say police. he was parked on Second Avenue in front of Latitude Wireless when she walked to the driver’s side with her dog following behind her.
Ottawa will not punish Canadian mining corporations involved in human rights abuses overseas.
When you boil it down, the heated rhetoric of today's political fights revolves around one basic question: is government or private enterprise better at solving a problem? If an organization is set up to perform a social good -
Cannor is refusing to comment on a conflict of interest in a $213,000 grant to a local construction company.
Three youths were nabbed by police after starting a fire on Grey Mountain, Monday afternoon. A person in a vehicle noticed a fire near the Grey Mountain Cemetery just after 5 p.m.
First Nations and environmentalists won a major hurdle last week in their legal battle against a mining company near Carmacks.
Disgraced former colonel Russell Williams wouldn't be behind bars today if it weren't for one hardworking Whitehorse forensics expert.
Chad Williams talks like an analyst. He sums up his reasons for joining Victoria Gold, a mining company hoping to dig for gold near Mayo, in cold, calculated candour.
The murder charges against Norman Larue and Christine Asp will proceed to trial, a Yukon judge decided last week.
Now undergoing its fourth incarnation, Varietease has officially become a burlesque franchise. ver the last two years, the ragtag troupe of dancers, artists and entertainers who make up Varietease have done two traditional burlesque shows and a burlesque carnival.
The college is too small to train enough pipefitters, plumbers, electricians and carpenters for the territory, says the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry.
A California businessman sees profits under the vast moonscape near Mount Sima. Chuck Eaton, an investment banker, wants to drain all the magnetite from the 68.8 hectares of tailings at the former Whitehorse Copper mine.
The Yukon government is getting a cash infusion from Ottawa to map animal movements in regions ripe for development.
A federal agency won't answer questions surrounding a conflict of interest in a recent $213,000 grant to a local construction company.
Golden Hill Ventures isn't off the hook for environmental damage related to two court convictions made Tuesday.
The head of the Yukon Hospital Corporation is taking the high road after one of the hospital's unions denounced a top employer award the corporation won last week.
The Yukon Hospital Corporation will be one of Canada's top 100 employers next year.
A man who allegedly sexually assaulted a child in a Canada Games Centre change room last Thursday is behind bars pending a psychiatric assessment.
One of the few confirmed aquatic outsiders making their way into Yukon bodies of water are goldfish. Apparently, parents unable to kill little Goldie have been releasing the fish in a pond at the Takhini Hot Springs.
Golden Hill Ventures was found guilty on two charges related to storing waste and spilling petroleum at sites across the Yukon yesterday. The construction company was guilty of not maintaining a berm and letting oil spill into the ground.