Julien Gignac

Kwanlin Dün asks hikers to limit their use of the Fish Lake trail

‘It’s getting harder and harder to hunt in peace.’

Committee suggests turning the Yukon tourism department into a Crown corporation

Yukoners have until Oct. 3 to comment on draft plans

“It’s really filled our cup”: Summit Kombucha co-owner on positive reception in Whitehorse

The Yukon’s first kombucha makers are opening their own shop later this month

Yukon College’s new sexualized violence policy includes collecting statistics

This will be the first time the school will gather figures specific to the issue

“Face-to-face” with ice age animals

A mummified wolf pup and caribou that are more than 50,000 years old are on display

Yukon government considers changing the leave of absence laws

A public feedback period on the proposed changes is open until Oct. 6

Grand Chief Peter Johnston calls group home problems “unfortunate”

The comment came during the Yukon Forum on Sept. 13 in Dawson City

Updated: Chief medical officer of health won’t release lead level in the water at Yukon schools

The Yukon government has shut off some water fountains and taps because of lead in the water

Over the life of Coffee gold mine, Goldcorp wants to mine 2M ounces

The company provided the press with an aerial and ground tour of proposed mine sites on Sept. 11

Village of Carmacks to receive year-round arena

Mayor Lee Bodie said the community is the last Yukon municipality to receive one

‘Pre-sitting gloss’: NDP Leader on health department’s group home update

Health and Social Services Minister Pauline Frost apologized to mistreated youth on Sept. 6

Health minister apologizes for mistreatment of youth in group homes

Beyond the apologies, the department says it has acted on recommendations in investigator’s report

Indigenous Governance program enrolment at Yukon College meets expectations: dean

Total registration at the college has seen a 15 per cent increase in the last year

Coffee mine proposal clears information adequacy stage

A public comment period runs until Oct. 15

Sports field project at F.H. Collins High School on track

Work won’t be done in time to train for the Western Canada Summer Games: Athletics Yukon director

Liberals issue tender to pave the runway at Dawson City airport

The upgrade means more fuel efficient planes can operate our of the airport

Beer brewer does it different

Matt Waugh, of Deep Dark Wood Brewing Company, says his distinct product has been well-received

Selkirk First Nation releases Chinook salmon plan

The plan includes recommendations and techniques steeped in tradition