Julien Gignac

Firefighters call on WCB to provide more coverage to members suffering from cancers

Seven types of occupational cancers aren’t currently covered

Use of flaps, wind may have caused fatal plane crash in May, report says

An official said flaps might have been applied too much

Yukoners say conditions for artists are not as rosy as survey suggests

Report says Yukon artists make the most compared the the rest of Canada. Residents point to problems with data collection.

Brad Cathers is running for Yukon Party leadership

He formally announced he entered the race on Dec. 5

‘It is bloody dangerous’: road safety concerns near Selkirk school raised by parents

The school council is urging the city to fix problems

Interactive exhibit aimed to bolster support for protecting Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

More than 10,000 people attended events in New York, Washington DC and San Francisco

Silver waffles on electoral reform plans

He now says he supports an all-party committee. He disagreed with the idea in October

Yukon MLAs wrap up fall sitting

The fall sitting concluded on Nov. 27

YTA president says YG handpicked teachers during the last round of hiring

A letter from the association suggests nepotism

Wann Road transitional home to open next week

A Wann Road home offering transitional support will officially open next week,…

Premier appears to support changes to the electoral reform process

A recently withdrawn motion called for politicians to be part of a select committee

‘I look at it as a crowning glory’: Carl Schulze named Prospector of the Year

Schulze has made discoveries that have led to the development of producing mines

On, off-grid mines being considered following release of draft climate change plan: Pillai

Intensity-based targets are to be established with the mining sector

Former cabinet minister announces he’s running for Yukon Party leadership

Currie Dixon is the first person to announce he is running for Yukon Party leadership

Reclamation fund being explored in wake of Wolverine Mine receivership

The Yukon government isn’t going to require mines pay more than 100 per cent in security

New health centre, housing complex planned for Old Crow

Plans are at a preliminary stage, the minister says

Alaska Highway work could mean expropriating some land

Minister Richard Mostyn said discussions with property owners are occurring

YG releases ‘ambitious’ plan to combat climate change

It calls for lowering greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent by 2030

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

Fossils discovered in 1973 are turning heads