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Teslin First Nation’s elders oppose liquor store plans
The Teslin Tlingit Elders Council has taken a stance against the establishment of a liquor store in the small community.
Yukon government updates recycling regulations
Yukoners can expect to pay a little bit more for their milk, computers and kitchen appliances once the territory's new recycling regulations kick in.
Casa Loma trailer park residents face eviction
The owners of 12 mobile homes in the Casa Loma trailer park are facing eviction by the end of July, with nowhere to go. Ann Rudniski said she and her husband are stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Porter Creek students launch weather balloon to the edge of space
Students and staff at Porter Creek Secondary School are taking science to new heights these days - about 80,000 feet, to be exact. On April 28, they launched a high-altitude weather balloon outfitted with a small payload weighing 1,200 grams.
New Francophone high school could stand at site of old F.H. Collins High
The site of the old F.H. Collins Secondary School is the new proposed location for the future francophone high school in Whitehorse.
City of Whitehorse pushes ahead with plans for new operations building
The City of Whitehorse recently announced it's moving ahead with the building design and site preparation for its future operations building at the top of Two Mile Hill.
Yukoners pull together to support Fort McMurray
Yukoners are banding together this week to help those affected by the devastating fires in Fort McMurray. One of them is Gary Atkins, who has a personal connection to the area.
Second bridge to Riverdale not in the plans, says city official
A City of Whitehorse official says building a second bridge to Riverdale isn't likely to happen any time soon.
City of Whitehorse responds to TRC calls to action
The City of Whitehorse has released a draft action plan that addresses several of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action.
Liard First Nation members decry upcoming legal battle
Some Liard First Nation members are speaking out against their chief's decision to launch a legal fight against Ottawa's handling of their First Nation's financial mess.
New government campground boasts historic past
Long before John Conrad's million-dollar investment turned a quiet area just south of Carcross into a booming town, ancestors of the Tagish Kwan people hunted, fished and camped in the area.
Teslin petition against liquor store started by owner of community’s only alcohol outlet
The Teslin woman who started a petition against the idea of allowing a liquor store in the community admits she would stand to lose out financially if the project goes through.
Liard First Nation headed to court over third party management
The Liard First Nation's embattled relationship with its third-party manager will continue in court. It's been almost two years since Ottawa appointed a manager to straighten out the First Nation's financial mess.
Teslin Tlingit Council distances itself from liquor store pitch
There’s a story making the rounds that the Teslin Tlingit Council told Pelly-Nisutlin MLA Stacey Hassard to look into the idea of building a liquor store in the community.
Whitehorse’s Babe Richards remembered
Evelyn Mae "Babe" Richards, a spirited Yukoner known for her love of children and impeccable memory, passed away on April 15. She was 91.
Yukon Escape Games offers breakout form of entertainment
I'm trapped in a log cabin with three of my friends as we frantically search for clues that will lead us to finding my grandfather's gold.
Start up promises the dawn of aquaponics in the Yukon
In The Martian, Matt Damon plays a botanist abandoned on Mars who is forced to MacGyver together a system that can grow potatoes.
Teslin petition calls on Yukon government to reconsider plans for liquor store
The debate over whether to allow a liquor store in Teslin spilled into the legislative assembly last week.
Major air show pitched to Whitehorse city council
Whitehorse could be the site of a major air show next year as part of Canada's 150th birthday celebrations.
Extreme skier killed near Haines Summit after accident
A Whistler, B.C. skier known for his sense of adventure and positive outlook on life died last week near the Haines Summit after he fell off a cliff.