Julien Gignac

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

Raven Recycling gets a textile baler

It will keep more second-hand materials out of landfills, spokespeople say

Three Yukon government midwives to start working next year

The government plans to look across the country to fill the positions

Don’t raise minimum wage any further, says president of Yukon Chamber of Commerce

Minimum wage is slated to increase to $13.71 in April

Yukon’s Japanese association launches its first sake festival

Former president says the hope is to bring people together to learn

Raven Inn marks Whitehorse’s first new hotel in decades

It’s slated to officially open on Mar. 12

Problems occurring in Wet’suwet’en territory wouldn’t happen in the Yukon, grand chief says

Peter Johnston said the issue harkens back to the Oka Crisis

Police shouldn’t use ‘excessive force,’ Bagnell says regarding national resistance to B.C. pipeline

Yukoners have been pressing Bagnell to clarify his position on RCMP action in Wet’suwet’en territory

Mining exploration prohibited in some settlement lands

Official says it’s a small fraction of the Yukon’s total land mass

YG announces money for 12 affordable housing projects

Successful applicants include Energy North and Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation

Logger wants YG to improve logging, biomass industry in Watson Lake

YG spokesperson said biomass could be scaled up

Councillor Sean Smith is running for KDFN chief

He is facing off against Doris Bill and Ian Kuster

Ian Kuster says he would put citizens first if named KDFN chief

He said housing needs to be prioritized

Yukon panel helps plan for more renewable energy

The majority of Yukoners want to see more green energy available in…

Northern weather stations are now primed to make more accurate predictions

The ‘supersites’ are located in Whitehorse and Iqaluit

‘Maybe there’s a reason why I’m still here’: Doris Bill on seeking re-election

The chief of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation recently underwent treatment for thyroid cancer