Julien Gignac

YG rolls out relief measures for businesses, tenants

Employers now can recoup costs for sick leave they’ve paid out

Yukon Status of Women Council collecting cell phones, computers for domestic violence victims during COVID-19

The Yukon Status of Women Council put out a call for donations recently

Virtual care now available for Yukon patients

Yukon government and Yukon Medical Association roll out online portal for doctors’ appointments

UPDATED: Third COVID-19 case confirmed in the Yukon

The Yukon’s chief medical officer of health confirmed a third case the morning of March 25

Yukon deputy premier Ranj Pillai tests negative for COVID-19

Pillai was in self-isolation after attending a mining conference in Toronto

Respiratory centre to open in downtown Whitehorse for COVID-19 assessments

Yukon’s chief health officer announced further measures to brace for virus March 20

Spring sitting of Yukon legislative assembly called off because of COVID-19

Liberals used majority to pass the 2020-21 budget

UPDATED: Public health emergency declared in Yukon over COVID-19

Territory says the declaration will allow for quicker response to virus.

UPDATED: $4M for workers, businesses in the wake of COVID-19, Silver announces

A chunk of this money is going towards paid sick leave for Yukon workers

The Yukon is safe from coronavirus so far, say chief medical officers

‘Scores’ of people are being tested for the virus on a daily basis

Yukon minister Ranj Pillai being tested for coronavirus

Premier Sandy Silver formally announced the situation on March 11

The Yukon is prepared for coronavirus, Silver says

The Liberals quashed a motion to establish a select committee into potential effects on the economy

‘That’s the unfortunate part, we don’t have a feeling of success’: Yukoners regroup following AWG cancellation

Officials across a number of sectors in the Yukon, from government to…

Tiny home community offers solace and learning

How the Steve Cardiff Tiny House Community is faring one year after opening

Updated: Silver predicts sliver of a surplus

The 2020-2021 Yukon territorial budget estimates a surplus of $4.1 million

Community safety officer program could be on the brink of expansion in the Yukon, coordinator says

Gina Nagano said Little Salmon/Carmacks and Na-cho Nyak Dun First Nations have reached out to her

The Yukon loses mining investment steam, according to Fraser Institute report

Minister Ranj Pillai said the mineral development strategy is to address shortcomings