Julien Gignac

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

Bagnell weighs-in on federal ministers leaving cabinet

Yukon’s MP says there needs to be discussions on whether the attorney general and justice minister should be the same person

The race to become Yukon’s federal NDP candidate gets another contender

Kaori Torigai announced her plans late last month

Thousands of litres of diesel fuel were spilled near Tombstone

Yukoners weren’t told because the spill was contained and there were no safety risks: spokesperson

Canadian Bar Association president is ‘very proud’ of Jody Wilson-Raybould

Raymond Adlington is in town for a conference in Whitehorse

Yukoners react to the Many Rivers layoffs

‘I need help right now’

Business and government leaders parse through Yukon’s new procurement policy

No firm timeframe for completing the First Nations policy

A month after agreeing to a new contract, Many Rivers counsellors get layoff notices

‘They’ve been put between a rock and a hard place, big time here’

New procurement policy set to be up and running this spring

The last major procurement overhaul occurred in 1995, Mostyn said

Leaders raise expectations for federal election at Yukon Forum

‘We really need to be respectful of the progress that we have made in a short period of time’

Hospital workers are prepared to strike

‘They’ve had enough’

Senior U.S. official says Canadian report authors may not ‘fully understand’ mitigation proposals for ANWR development

Joe Balash responded to a report alleging problems with the draft environmental impact statement

Best single malt whisky of the year goes to Yukon Brewing

The company’s spirits brand, Two Brewers, landed four medals at the Canadian Whisky Awards

Northerners react to report questioning the science of ANWR development

A Yukon biologist provides more detail on the recently-released Canadian report

A new committee may keep tabs on the Whitehorse shelter

The news came out during a press briefing exactly one week after YG officially took control

ANWR plan offers ‘little evidence’ Porcupine caribou won’t be impacted: Canadian report

‘The effectiveness of mitigation remains largely unmeasured’

Hospital workers are holding a strike vote this week

Potential job action hinges on what comes out of negotiations this month

Independent renewable energy producers can now sell to Yukon utilities

Potential sources include hydro, solar and wind