Julien Gignac

Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation wants to be carbon neutral by 2030

A resolution was passed on Aug. 10 to start laying the groundwork

MP Bagnell supports Justin Trudeau for accepting ‘responsibility’ in SNC scandal

Federal ethics commissioner report says Trudeau violated the Conflict of Interest Act

Fill your belly: This year’s Street Eats Festival is the largest to date

The City of Whitehorse has been helping vendors grow the sector

Community safety officers could be posted downtown this fall

It’s part of plans to increase safety around the shelter

After years, Shakwak has a place in U.S. transportation bill

‘It’s been ignored for 10 years. This can’t be ignored anymore’

Inuvialuit celebrations outside settlement area mark firsts

An event hosted over the weekend was in honour of the final agreement signed 35 years ago

‘Just blatant disregard for transparency’: groups take Trump administration to court over unreleased ANWR records

The complaint says requests haven’t been responded to, that statutory time limits have been ignored

North Klondike Highway to get $157M poured into it

Minister Richard Mostyn touted the investment as being ‘historic’

The Yukon’s growing food scene served up at annual food fest

The Yukon Culinary Festival kicks off this week

Resident bails on YG renewable energy rebate program, calls out bureaucracy

Stefan Weissenberg installed solar panels on a DIY shed to be told he didn’t have proper permits

Carcross considers a possible change in governance structure

Residents will have their say during an information-gathering phase contracted out by YG

Union and YG ratify new collective agreement

A change around dealing with on-the-job trauma is a first for the country, says YEU president

New chief of Carcross/Tagish First Nation eyes a healing centre

Lynda Dickson was sworn in on July 17

YG names electoral reform commission members, opposition cries foul

Members will submit a final report and recommendations in January

Federal government announces $15M for Northern food strategy

A federal minister said 17 per cent of Yukoners are food insecure right now

Canadian premiers discuss shoring up Canada’s Arctic

All Canadian premiers met in Saskatoon from July 9 to 11

What to know about the Yukon’s five federal candidates

The News compiled priorities of each candidate