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Lawsuit granted public interest standing, alleges Yukon schools lack appropriate special education
Judge finds issues raised go beyond personal interests
PHOTOS: Circus performer flies high in one-man Yukon Arts Centre show
“Flyin’ Bob” fills theatre with laughter during one-man circus act
New Yukon government policy to guide wetlands protection
Policy sets rules for mitigation of harm from development, conserving areas and supporting research
Christopher Schafer denied bail from Whitehorse Correctional Centre
Trial dates are set for February
Yukon explorer, geologist nominated for Order of Canada
Michael Schmidt will receive the Order of Canada at a ceremony later this year
Sudden death in Whitehorse’s McIntyre subdivision under investigation
Police release few details about Jan. 2 death.
Yukon Archives seeking artist in residence
Jan. 31 deadline set for applications
Recalled jerky that led to health complaints, positive cannabis tests in 2020 is now the subject of lawsuits
Plaintiffs claim jerky made by Whitehorse shop led to unpleasant effects for consumers
Yukon and federal governments pledge to protect a further six per cent of Yukon lands
Agreement part of scheme to protect 25 per cent of Canada by 2025
Yukon Special Olympics athletes will compete in B.C.
Cross country skiers, figure skater and curlers set for February competitions in Kamloops.
Yukon Supreme Court opts to not review decision on complaints by deaf student
Human rights commission will investigate only more recent complaints. Court finds this reasonable.
Firefighters douse blaze near Whitehorse Walmart
Chief says garbage was alight near propane tank outside store.
American fighter jets spotted at Whitehorse airport
Whitehorse’s aviation watchers were treated to a rare sight as two F-22…
Whitehorse Fire training officer faces assault charge
Chris Gerrior, 36, is charged with assault with a weapon for alleged attack on woman with ski pole
Retired Whitehorse teacher guilty of sexually assaulting student in the 1980s
Territorial court finds Paul Deuling guilty on one of five counts all sharing an alleged victim.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year
Northern Lights School of Dance put on a dress rehearsal of their…
Taku River Tlingit First Nation buys back 140-year-old blanket
‘Art collector prices’ for repatriation of traditional works sold in colonial era criticized.
Canada Games Council will look elsewhere after Yukon cancels 2027 Games bid
No solution found to salvage joint Whitehorse and territorial government bid
NDP MP says Jack Hulland Elementary accusations show need for Criminal Code change
Private members bill would make corporal punishment of children illegal
Woman charged with manslaughter for 2021 death in Whitehorse
Berdina Hager, 42, arrested and charged Dec. 7