Julien Gignac

Turtle and rhino fossils fill in ‘massive’ Yukon history gap

Fossils discovered in 1973 are turning heads

Housing First facility is open, still more work to do, housing advocate says

Residents will be moved in by the end of the month

Kwanlin Dün First Nation chief undergoing thyroid cancer treatment

Doris Bill released a statement Nov. 1 saying she would be travelling to Vancouver for treatment

‘We’ll miss him’: Paul Flaherty remembered as a strong community advocate

The former Northwestel CEO and president died this week

LGBTQ2S+ group raises concerns regarding discrimination in Yukon schools

Minister Jeanie Dendys told reporters changes are likely to occur

Yukon government pulls in pot profit, Streicker says

Minister John Streicker provided the legislative assembly with unaudited accounts

YG to open Housing First project in downtown Whitehorse next week

The Official Opposition says it’s been mired by delays, budgetary problems

YG to engage Yukoners regarding leave for domestic violence victims

All provinces have some form of leave for those escaping violence

Silver backs up Pauline Frost after errors she made regarding Many Rivers

Premier Sandy Silver is rushing to support one of his ministers after…

Yukon Chamber of Commerce supports YG decision to restructure Queen’s Printer

Its treasurer told the News it’s best to give the keys to the private sector in this instance

All matters concerning electoral reform should be public, say opposition parties

The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly reminded parties to keep confidential matters private

Frost backtracks regarding Many Rivers’ financial affairs

The health and social services minister originally said that no criminal wrongdoing had been found

Former clerk contests Liberals’ ‘independent’ electoral reform commission

Floyd McCormick says the legislative assembly has been sidestepped

YEU threatens legal action against YG for ‘restructuring’ Queen’s Printer, Central Stores

Some workers are going to be assigned new jobs, positions

Record number of Yukoners hit the polls this election

Hundreds of ballots came in late as part of a close race.

SLIDESHOW: Bagnell wins a close one

The fight to be Yukon’s MP came down to 164 votes

Bagnell declared re-elected but Smith not ready to concede

The fight to be Yukon’s MP came down to 72 votes

One year later, minister pressed for data on Yukon’s pot shop.

Minister John Streicker said he needs more time to gather the information