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Amount held by government for reclamation and cleanup set to increase by more than $74 million
Territory continues to lead Canada in per-capita deaths. 71 per cent are First Nations citizens.
Tootsie Jimmy-Charlie’s death ruled a “misadventure” by coroner. Family believes it was murder.
Hanley says he heard views from several people. Some said new rules won’t stop gun crime
Feasting, music and dance among the activities at first gathering near Dawson City since 2018.
Agreements signed on July 21 will give first nation more input on management decisions
New training and policies in place in wake of failure to seek further sexual exploitation victims
Program will train leaders of anti-violence training for men over the next four years.
Report says living wage is down from last year, inflation is expected to change that.
John Phelps appointed to replace outgoing Peter Chisholm
Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in and Vuntut Gwitchin First Nations ask members not to harvest salmon
No criminal cause suspected in death of 28-year-old Evan Russell. Coroner continues investigation.
DC-3 that hasn’t flown in 10 years may return to skies it flew on Yukon passenger routes
Further legal actions have been launched relating to a fatal July 2020…
Temporary detour in place, full fix could take two months.
The highway is open to single-lane traffic with a pilot car guiding travellers.
Phamacists will be able to extend prescriptions in some cases.
No fires except in road accessible campsites
Governor General Mary Simon met with representatives of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation on June 26.
Letter of intent signed on $15 million deal for Mactung Tungsten mine project