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The Council of Yukon First Nations is stepping in to support Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation. CYFN will seek intervener status, which will allow…
After three years of battle, former Yukoner John Graham lost his fight against extradition to the US. Three judges dismissed his appeal in BC…
Robert Arthur King was supposed to pick up his friend, Paul Warner, in Carmacks last week, but he didn’t show.
It started on the sly — a little piece of Toronto’s Queen Street West snuck into Whitehorse and nestled into the basement of a…
A six-year-old Whitehorse girl died after being thrown from a vehicle that rolled off highway 97 near Fort Nelson, BC, this weekend.
After spending Sunday evening belting out tunes to a boisterous, beer-soaked crowd of 10,000 in Burnaby, BC, the White Stripes landed in Whitehorse…
Forty doctors have written a letter to Whitehorse General Hospital CEO Michael Aeberhardt demanding his resignation.
Legal experts suggest Justice Ron Veale may have “erred” in his recent judgment on an agricultural lease, said Premier Dennis Fentie…
Assault reports, inadequate staffing and indoor mould top a list of concerns Children’s Receiving Home staff have brought to the Yukon…
Michelle is a single mother and student at Yukon College. Over the past three years, she’s seen her monthly rent increase from $640 to $900…
Turning the tables on the Yukon Teachers’ Association, a teacher is arguing the association’s ethics hearing simply isn’t ethical.
The Yukon government has shut out local companies from large forestry contracts, according to one Whitehorse-based forest planner.
Whitehorse firm Mega Reporting was squeezed out of a $980,000 Yukon government court-recording contract in 2004.
Crown lawyers will appeal a territorial court judgment that prevented some evidence collected on nine men allegedly involved in marijuana grow…
Keith Halliday is a Yukon history buff. “In the modern world things are changing so fast, it’s important and interesting to know where…
Two staffers at the Children’s Receiving Home have taken leave after a government investigation found four types of mould in the…
The verdict is in. The 400-person village of Carmacks is building a $5.5-million sewage treatment plant.
Eddie Skookum’s “ecstatic” with the Supreme Court’s ruling the Yukon failed to properly consult the Little Salmon/Carmacks…
Four types of mould have been found in the walls of the Yukon’s Children’s Receiving Home that houses up to 15 in-care teens and employs…
The Yukon government did not properly consult before approving a 65-hectare agricultural lease on First Nation traditional territory, Supreme Court…