Julien Gignac

Some Porcupine caribou calving grounds could be off limits to drilling in ANWR

Four options for protecting the herd are in the draft Environmental Impact Statement, released today

Too much on the line to waste: Bagnell on seeking re-election in 2019

Conservative Party contender Jonas Smith says it’s time for change

Casino mine project needs more time to submit revised proposal

YESAB expects an environment and socio-economic statement by the end of the next year

Craft brewers, distillers get a boost from the Yukon Liquor Corporation

Beer and spirits made by small producers to be charged by volume, regardless of bottle price

Yukon Yuletide: You can buy beer to help families celebrate Christmas this year

Some sales of a new Winterlong draft will be given to Share the Spirit campaign

Number of opioid deaths in the Yukon increases to 18

The news out came during a Dec. 13 panel discussion on the crisis

Contractor says YG bonding policy prevents small companies from building school portable

The Department of Highways and Public Works confirmed bonding is required for the project

Pat Duncan says she’s honoured to be named Yukon’s senator

‘I just want to thank Yukoners for their support … I will do my very best to represent them’

MP Larry Bagnell to vie for re-election

The announcement was made on Dec. 14

A phone company wants to provide free inmate calls

The idea has not been formally proposed

A review of Yukon’s minimum wage suggests it’s time for a raise

The Yukon Employment Standards Board recommends gradual increases up to approximately $15/hours

Pat Duncan appointed as senator for the Yukon

Ottawa has appointed three others, including Margaret Dawn Anderson as senator for the NWT

Ending misogyny is far from over 29 years after Polytechnique massacre: lawyer

There have been 132 women and girls killed in Canada this year, said Pamela Cross

Champagne Aishihik First Nations spar with Yukon Energy Corporation over Aisihik hydro

Cooperation between the First Nations and Yukon Energy Corporation unraveled in September

First Nations funding, housing top-of-mind at meetings in Ottawa

Turning Yukon College into a university was also discussed

One company is proposing to scout for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

A draft environment impact statement isn’t finished so it’s unclear when work would begin, if approved

Kwanlin Dün First Nation receives certificate of title for settlement land

Yukon Premier Sandy Silver said the development could be a first anywhere

Governor General Julie Payette visits the Yukon

She called the occasion an “enormous honour”

49 per cent of ECO staff confident in senior leadership: survey

Premier Sandy Silver thanked public servants for their service in the House