Julien Gignac

Métis artist decolonizes western-style clothes with beadwork

Justine Woods is the recipient of an arts residency in Haines Junction

‘Our people’s patience is running thin’: VGFN citizens concerned about low salmon count, councillor says

Darius Elias said meetings with Alaskan counterparts have been arranged this year

Longtime party supporter vies for Yukon Party leadership

Linda Benoit said she brings a different perspective than other candidates

Yukoners show support for the Wet’suwet’en

A demonstration wound its way through downtown on Jan. 10

Health impacts are ‘minor’ if the Yukon does away with the seasonal time change, says chief medical officer

The Yukon government put out a public engagement survey earlier this week

Fortymile caribou hunt opened to prevent Alaska from possibly taking Yukon’s share: spokesperson

Environment Yukon says hunt will support conservation goals. Chief Joseph says Yukon shouldn’t be letting Alaska decide.

G.R. Gritt’s new record is a testament to change

Gritt, an Indigenous, two-spirit, transgender artist plays Whitehorse’s Old Fire Hall on Jan. 10

Premier Silver announces spring sitting date

Politicians will be back in the legislative assembly March 5

Yukoners asked to mull over ending the seasonal time change

A public engagement survey over whether to stop changing our clocks closes in February

YG took ‘unilateral steps’ opening Fortymile caribou hunt, says Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in chief

‘Although there’s been an increase in population, our people are still in conversation mode’

Yukon Brewing breaks into cooler market, introducing haskap lemonade

Owner Bob Baxter anticipates the stock will be gone by Christmas

Low-level mineral exploration system proposed for entire territory next year

The plan is being pitched in order to streamline the process, reduce confusion

Dawson City gets its sanctioned ice bridge for Christmas

Work on the bridge wrapped up on Dec. 23

Expanding cancer coverage for firefighters is a possibility: WCB

A public engagement period closes on Jan. 16

Yukon delegation presses banks to not fund oil, gas development in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Meetings follow Goldman Sachs announcing that it won’t invest in future projects

Firefighters call on WCB to provide more coverage to members suffering from cancers

Seven types of occupational cancers aren’t currently covered

Use of flaps, wind may have caused fatal plane crash in May, report says

An official said flaps might have been applied too much

Yukoners say conditions for artists are not as rosy as survey suggests

Report says Yukon artists make the most compared the the rest of Canada. Residents point to problems with data collection.

Brad Cathers is running for Yukon Party leadership

He formally announced he entered the race on Dec. 5