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Yukon Hospital Corporation board members who were overpaid for six months won't return the money they were given, Craig Tuton said Wednesday.
Miners only received half of their demands when the territory forgave claim fees in the Peel Watershed last March, according to documents obtained through an access to information request.
Joanna Macy is one of the green movement's old lionesses - a woman who began her quest to boost environmental awareness by breaking into a nuclear reactor in the 1970s.
Local musician and business owner Patrick Singh threw his hat in the race for the Liberal nomination in Whitehorse centre mere hours after political insider Kirk Cameron announced his candidacy.
Jimmy Johnny was growing tired of the pesky reporters he was guiding. Back in Mayo, he didn't mind mingling with these strangers.
Jack Scully, the protagonist in last year's blockbuster Avatar, is a virgin, says screenwriting theorist Kim Hudson.
Documents obtained through access to information reveal an aggressive, behind-the-scenes campaign by miners to blunt the land-use planning process and keep the Peel Watershed open to development.
The Yukon government is accusing a judge of bias following his order the government must fund three teachers at the Yukon's only French high school.
Council of Yukon First Nations Grand Chief Ruth Massie is criticizing Canada for refusing to expand negotiations over financial transfer agreements with Yukon First Nations.
Being addicted to alcohol doesn’t make you an alcoholic, said Neal Berger, executive director of The Cedars at Cobble Hill treatment centre in Vancouver.
When it comes to fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, there’s one thing everyone can agree on – an expectant mother who drinks while pregnant can irrevocably damage her unborn child.
Nora MacIntosh has been waiting for this moment for months. “I’m sober,” she says, crediting the newly-opened Jackson Lake Land-Based Healing Centre north of Whitehorse.
‘This is my fourth time up here and you still haven’t gotten your act together,” said Fraser Mustard, jabbing his finger at Liberal Leader Arthur Mitchell and independent MLA Brad Cathers.
Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation Chief Eddie Skookum won't address his recent assault charges in the United States. "I'm not saying nothing," said Skookum, who briefly answered his cellphone on Thursday.
The Na-Cho Nyak Dun First Nation is drilling wells for geothermal heat despite problems with older wells in the vicinity.
The Peel Watershed Recommended Land-Use Plan is now under public consultation, but the power to interpret citizens' remarks remains with the Yukon cabinet and First Nations chiefs.
Merrill Garbus' one-woman band, Tune-yards, used the Palace Grand in Dawson to remodel her audience's ears.
Indian and Northern Affairs Minister Chuck Strahl contradicted his own top bureaucrat Tuesday by suggesting raw statistics don't help the government make better decisions.
RCMP are asking the public to keep an eye out for two vehicles stolen in Riverdale last week.
Police raided two homes, seized tens of thousands of dollars in drugs, and arrested six men in a sting last week.