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The City of Whitehorse is examining the possibility of limiting what some non-profit organizations can drop off at the landfill for free.
The Yukon government is contributing $22,000 to help the Mae Bachur Animal Shelter improve its heating system and prevent the outbreak of diseases.
If there's one thing you'd expect a secret society to do really well, it's to not have any open houses to share information about what they do.
The City of Whitehorse plans on using the Association of Yukon Communities’ upcoming annual general meeting to ask the territorial government some important questions.
The Yukon is falling behind the rest of Canada when it comes to managing its waste responsibly. That was one of the messages that emerged from last weekend’s zero waste conference.
The City of Whitehorse plans on using the Association of Yukon Communities's upcoming annual general meeting to ask the territorial government some important questions.
A raven that got too close to a substation transformer sparked an outage Saturday afternoon. About 5,200 customers scattered around Whitehorse lost power around 2:15 p.m.
When the Arctic tern makes a pit stop in Whitehorse on its way to its breeding grounds, it's just a blip in the longest migration of any animal in the world.
The Yukon is being touted as the third Canadian jurisdiction to complete its section of the Trans Canada Trail. The achievement was marked last weekend as part of the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Festival.
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in Old Crow has called an election for Monday, May 2. The First Nation will elect one chief and four council members, according to a news release issued this morning.
Yukon's premier is making a push to feature one of the Klondike Gold Rush's pioneers on Canadian banknotes.
Canada’s heritage minister was in Whitehorse this weekend to give a funding boost to several Yukon-based organizations.
As a private records archivist at the Yukon Archives, Lesley Buchan's job is filled with surprises. On any given day she might be called on to find a wide range of historical records.
NDP MLA Kevin Barr has repaid the property taxes he owed the Yukon government for 2015, according to an NDP spokesperson. As of Jan. 3 this year, Barr owed a total of $1,478.
An Alberta recycling company is appealing a fine it received last year for cashing in on beverage containers that came from Raven Recycling in Whitehorse.
Yukoners unfamiliar with the liveliness and warmth of Newfoundland's kitchen parties may soon become acquainted with the famous tradition.
As the world continues to move toward digital music, movies and photography, Anthony DeLorenzo is going against the tide.
Your typical Whitehorse homeowner will pay another $39 in property taxes this year, provided that the city passes its 2016 operating budget.
NDP community services critic Kevin Barr has announced his plan to run for re-election in Mount Lorne-Southern Lakes in this year’s territorial election campaign.
A member of Haines Junction's volunteer EMS team says the Yukon government needs to develop a territory-wide plan for rural communities without paid ambulance staff. Dave Weir is one of 17 volunteer paramedics in the community.