Julien Gignac

Yukon government calls on developers to submit plans for affordable housing

Projects with a minimum of four units are wanted in Whitehorse, two in communities

Fines for not stopping behind a school bus could go up: Mostyn

Minister Richard Mostyn appeals to drivers to obey laws after recent crashes involving school buses

Associations, chambers weigh-in on YG carbon rebate plan

Impressions oscillate between potential highs and lows

Fur jewellery shop works to raise awareness about Indigenous culture

The owner of V.Ægirsdottir Boutique said it’s her act of reconciliation

Labour rights worker Justin Lemphers seeks Yukon federal NDP nomination

‘I firmly believe in the concept of nothing for us without us’

More RCMP patrols needed after school buses hit, Marsh Lake residents say

‘We want to feel like we can trust that system, but right now I feel like I can’t’

Yukon set to lose one of its resident psychiatrists

The Yukon government says it is working on recruiting two more

Yukon teachers ratify new collective agreement

The agreement was ratified this week

Yukon government releases proposed carbon tax rebate plan

The plan outlines how much money Yukoners could get back

YG releases regulations for private pot sales

One model could permit pre-existing businesses to sell cannabis in a designated space

Legislative assembly clerk Floyd McCormick to retire this spring

‘It’s the best job I’ve ever had, and it’s not something I ever anticipated I would be doing’

Being ‘too stubborn to fail’ is a key ingredient to craft beer making in the Yukon

The MacBride Museum is hosting three events that look at the history of beer in the territory

Yukoners amass at RCMP detachment in support of Wet’suwet’en

The demonstration was one of more than 50 across Canada and internationally

RCMP stops result in nine impaired driving charges

From Dec. 1, 2018 to Jan. 1, 2019, Yukon RCMP officers stopped about 325 vehicles

‘Very strong response’ to be submitted in light of draft plan on ANWR drilling: Minister Frost

A scientific report that will inform that response is to be released before Feb. 11

Yukon, federal governments announce nearly $1 million to fight opioid crisis

A bi-lateral agreement was signed on Dec. 17 between the governments

Oil must flow: draft plan on ANWR drilling program

‘Practically speaking, we will be moving forward here and implementing the law’

Yukon government to take over Centre of Hope building from Salvation Army

‘This is not a government of Yukon swooping in’