Julien Gignac

Youth boxers take home silver and gold medals

Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament, an introduction to competitive boxing, happened last weekend

Opioid Action Plan is a “progress report”: Chief medical officer

NDP House Leader Kate White says it doesn’t go far enough

Project Hue attempts to explore Indigenous identity and skin tone

Teresa Vander Meer-Chasse launched the project about a year ago

Proposed drilling plans at ANWR vulnerable to litigation: Gwich’in lawyer

That the Democrats control the House of Representatives may not be enough to protect the refuge

Until there’s a traffic light ‘we’re not going to stop’: Hillcrest Community Association president

A petition signed by 22 people was tabled in the legislative assembly on Nov. 8

Wann Road group home to replace two facilities in downtown Whitehorse

Youth are tentatively slated to move into the new group home in Porter Creek by spring 2019

Yukon Party alleges Liberals involved in ATIPP requests and shouldn’t be

YP gave the media documents showing email exchanges it says are proof of political interference

Minister Pauline Frost says Yukon’s opioid action plan to be released

Frost also said the Yukon now has a bilateral funding agreement worth $500,000 to combat the crisis

Yukon legislative assembly passes act to ensure more gender-inclusive language

The Equality of Spouses Act bolsters legal fairness for the LGBTQ2S+ community

Wild sheep and goats in the Yukon to be protected from diseases by control order

The order, active on Jan. 1, 2020, will separate domesticated populations from wild ones

Medical abortion now universally covered in the Yukon

Mifegymiso, a two-drug combo, is available in Whitehorse and three communities

Letter calling for ‘emergency debate’ about climate change delivered to MP Bagnell

The action was part of a national 350.org initiative

About 350 Yukoners are waiting for cataract surgery

The News spoke to one person who has been waiting for almost two years to have the procedure done

Yukon Premier Sandy Silver discusses carbon pricing plans

The federal backstop will be active in July

Whitehorse women’s advocate earns Governor General’s award

Charlotte Hrenchuk, of the Yukon Status of Women Council, was named one of the winners on Oct. 18

Yukon, Alaska governments apply for a grant to service Shakwak

Funding for the project has almost run out

Yukon government invites executive from embroiled consulting firm to Whitehorse

Dominic Barton, senior partner at McKinsey & Company, was at a conference in Whitehorse this week

An alert system around bad batches of drugs could be misleading: chief medical officer

The average frequency of overdoses in Yukon emergency rooms is close to one per week