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Federal Justice Minister Peter MacKay joined his provincial and territorial counterparts in Whitehorse this week for meetings to discuss a wide range of justice and public safety issues facing Canadians.
The City of Whitehorse wants your thoughts on the future of Schwatka Lake. It has been over a decade since the area plan for the popular lake was updated.
A local developer who laid off eight employees this fall says the territory's sagging construction and real estate markets have hit him, and other contractors, particularly hard.
Ogilvie Street sale plan sparks mayor's meeting A City of Whitehorse plan to sell two lots on Ogilvie Street sparked heated debate at city council last night, not about the sale, but about the process to approve it.
Whitehorse Mayor Dan Curtis tabled his government's proposed capital spending plans for the next four years at a city council meeting last night. The budget is smaller than in recent years. It's also earlier.
Another candidate has joined the race to be chief of the Liard First Nation.
Yukon College is getting more land - about three times more land than it currently has. That's good news for the school, said Paul Flaherty, chair of the college's board of governors.
The government fended off more questions about the F.H. Collins replacement project in the legislature this week.
Yukon businesses are owed $3.3 million in unsecured debt in the wake of the Watson Lake and Dawson City hospital construction controversies.
Military veterans in Whitehorse say they are frustrated with the federal government over the impending closure of at least nine veterans' affairs regional offices across the country.
The Yukon schools in the territory's highest earthquake danger zone are the most likely to survive a major quake - ironically - because they're the oldest.
The three embattled former Conservative senators at the centre of the spending scandal were tossed out of the red chamber Tuesday by a vote from their colleagues.
A mysterious fire destroyed a garage and took out power and telephone lines in Marsh Lake over the weekend. On Saturday afternoon, Don Sippel was working in his garage in the South McClintok subdivision.
The eight lucky gamblers all work at the Faro mine reclamation project. On the weekend, they got the news that they’d won the recent $25-million Lotto Max prize.
Liard McMillan's decade-long reign as chief of the Liard First Nation is coming to an end. The First Nation is going to the polls on Dec. 2, but McMillan says he won't run again.
The former president of Humane Society Yukon was sentenced this morning to two years probation and ordered to pay a $500 donation to the society for failing to follow government orders.
Under fire from both opposition parties, Premier Darrell Pasloski defended his government's handling of the F.H.Collins school replacement.
Cyclists commuting to work in Whitehorse's winter darkness must now have a white headlight and red tail light on their bikes and can't ride on sidewalks anymore.
City council is considering giving the Mae Bachur Animal Shelter more space for its guests, something the shelter says is needed to help fight overcrowding and disease outbreaks.
Yukon Housing is looking for ways to spend $13 million on affordable housing. The government released a request for qualifications on Wednesday.