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The companies behind two major Yukon mining projects have signed a memorandum of understanding to supply the proposed mines with liquefied natural gas.
Last Friday, the severance pay most Yukon MLAs will receive if they’re not re-elected abruptly doubled.
In a matter of months, Keisha Panaligan, Aly Soliguen and Nicci Favron will be graduating from high school in Dawson City and going their separate ways.
The Klondike Development Organization officially broke ground on a new affordable housing development at Sixth Avenue and King Street in Dawson City on Monday.
Dawson City councillor Jay Farr is taking on Liberal Leader Sandy Silver as the NDP’s candidate in the Klondike riding for the upcoming territorial election.
Porter Creek Centre MLA and former Speaker David Laxton has been charged with sexual assault.
The Conference Board of Canada is once again calling Yukon’s economic forecast “bleak.”
The new Centre for Northern Innovation in Mining building opened to much fanfare at Yukon College on Thursday.
At first blush, the Yukon doesn’t seem like a great place to grow fruit. North of 60, the growing season is too short and the temperatures too cold to allow for the kind of harvests that come out of southern Ontario or the Okanagan Valley.
Disability rights activist Devin Brodhagen is hoping to run for the NDP in Watson Lake during this year’s territorial election.
Veterans Affairs Canada announced this week it will begin making monthly visits to help veterans in the territories and other northern communities access services.
Frank de Jong has taken over as the Yukon Green Party’s interim leader, following former leader Kristina Calhoun’s decision to step down for personal reasons in August.
Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryam Monsef was in Whitehorse this week to discuss electoral reform with Yukoners during public discussions on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Public servant Ted Adel has won the Liberal nomination in Copperbelt North for the upcoming territorial election.
Tareef Jaamour found out he was moving to Whitehorse from Jordan five days before he had to leave. He left his job, said goodbye to his parents and his siblings and got on a plane bound for Paris.
Chemical engineer Stu Clark wants to be the NDP’s candidate in Whitehorse West for the upcoming territorial election.
Members of the Canadian Armed Forces stationed in the Yukon for a military training exercise this week were unexpectedly called out on a real search-and-rescue mission Tuesday morning.
Faro residents felt the earth move under their feet last Tuesday when a 4.4-magnitude earthquake struck about 10 kilometres west of town. The quake was strong enough to be felt, but not strong enough to do any damage.
Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski is officially seeking re-election as leader of the Yukon Party in Mountainview.
Police were called to the Salvation Army in Whitehorse on Tuesday after an altercation between a staff member and an intoxicated man outside the centre.