Julien Gignac

Many Rivers accepts registrar’s order, will accept new members

The society had considered legal action, but will be putting clients ahead instead, says a press release

Tainted heroin could be in the Yukon, says chief medical officer

‘It would completely reasonable to expect that it might be here’

BreakOut West is coming to the Yukon this fall

Part of the event is designed to help amateur musicians find their way

Indigenous leaders support U.S. bill that aims to keep development away from ANWR

The bill was discussed at a congressional subcommittee meeting this week

New group proposes taking over counselling services left empty by Many Rivers

A proposal to create a new society has been submitted to the Yukon government

Registrar orders Many Rivers to accept members

The society wasn’t in the right when refusing entry of nine people

Yukon Party calls out Liberals for issuing seasonally dependent contracts past March

The official Opposition says Liberals are breaking an election promise

YEC challenges regulator over energy saving initiatives

‘We think we’re pretty well-equipped to deliver those programs effectively’

No space for 11 kindergarteners in French immersion

Minister McPhee said expanding programming to other Whitehorse schools is not appropriate at this time

Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation cries foul, says U.S. didn’t consult over possible ANWR development

The First Nation sent its submission to the Bureau of Land Management on March 13

2019 federal budget promises cash for Yukon College, First Nations, economic development

Over five years, up to $26 million is earmarked for a new science building

Yukon carbon rebate bill tabled in the legislative assembly

Yukon premier and finance minister Sandy Silver tabled the bill March 11.

Yukon government gets tough in response to U.S. draft development plan for ANWR

‘The main take home point is we’re asking for a supplemental EIS’

Yukoners are mostly onboard with midwifery, according to feedback

How it will work outside Whitehorse is unclear

$30K not enough to keep women’s shelter out of deficit: executive director

The funding increase from health and social services is to account for rising costs of living

UPDATED: Roughly $12 million to go towards upgrading Dawson City’s airport

Paving is tentatively scheduled to take place from May 19 to 26

Imam sheds light on Islam

‘Everyone should know the Islam is a religion of peace and love’

‘This is our north star’: Liberals release 2019-2020 budget

There’s an estimated $5.9-million deficit

Yukon Liberals predict $5.9M deficit for 2019-2020

There’s expected to be a surplus next fiscal year

YG makes fixes to hunting lottery system

A third party review outlines what went wrong and makes recommendations