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Yukon youth will benefit from the Youth Investment Fund
Vaccine clinics for youth 12-17 to be vaccinated with Pfizer have been scheduled to begin on May 31.
The Professional Disc Golf Assocation had a global women’s event last weekend. In the Yukon, a women’s only tournament was held for the first time ever.
“Businesses didn’t know if they could stay open but they were calling us to make sure we were able to stay open.”
Air North president Joe Sparling suspects it will be a long time before things return to pre-pandemic times
Tuja Dreyer, of the Ross River Dena Council, is one of six athletes to win the award
A new project to monitor and improve the understanding of urban foxes living in Whitehorse will begin this year
Following the river-ice breakup, flows have continued to rise on Nordenskiold and Klondike River systems, said a release by the Emergency Measures Organization.
Toursim industry responds to new guidelines allowing fully vaccinated individuals to skip mandatory self-isolation.
The Fireweed Market will return with ‘exciting’ new and returning vendors
A rally was held outside of legislature to condemn the inappropriate texts messages of Yukon Party MLAs Stacey Hassard and Wade Istchenko.
The Yukon RCMP Historical Case Unit and the Yukon Coroner’s Office are looking for public help to identify a man who was found dead in Lake LaBerge in May 2016.
In a year without competition because of COVID-19, the Polarettes Gymnastics Club hosted its Yukon Championships.
The Yukon Orienteering Association began its 2021 season with a sprint race beginning at Shipyards.
Within 24 hours of receiving your first COVID-19 vaccine, Polarity Brewing will give you a beer.
CTFN manager of operations, Patrick Brown, said preparations for potential floods began in January.
A bison calf was the first 2021 baby born at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve
The territorial campgrounds opened on April 30. Wolf Creek was the busiest park seeing 95 per cent of sites filled.
The Canadian indoor nationals may have been cancelled but the Yukon archers still quivered their bows for a sanctioned shoot.
April 28 is recognized as the Day of Mourning. A small ceremony was held virtually to honour workers who were injured, became ill, or have died while on the job.