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Six Tagish residents are asking the Yukon Supreme Court to put a stop to an animal rescue bordering their properties that they claim has become a nuisance.
On Monday Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation citizens elected Russell Blackjack to be their new chief.
The 2016 Yukon prospector of the year is a calm, towering, middle-aged man with a Santa Claus-like beard.
A Yukoner who had to fight for his rights as a trans man is raising concerns about the newly elected Liberal government’s stance on transgender rights.
A boy gets ready to throw his spear, thinking he is about to kill a wolverine. A grizzly bear instead pops out of his den, chasing after the boy.
A CRTC decision earlier this month could pave the way to break Northwestel’s de-facto monopoly on internet services in the territory.
After the Yukon Liberals’ victory last week, non-profit and community groups are hoping the new government will consult them to work on some of the territories’ most pressing social issues.
The death of a woman who drove her wheelchair on Second Avenue against traffic last February is renewing concerns over accessibility in the city.
Yukon RCMP have charged 30-year-old Tristan Joe with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Raine Andrew Silas.
The Ross River Dena Council is turning to the courts in an attempt to deal with what it calls overhunting in its traditional territory.
Monday night was a rough one for the Yukon NDP. The party lost most of its seats, going from six to two, and losing official Opposition status.
Buddy is still missing. The dog is at the centre of a case pitting his owner, Emerald Gillespie, against Shelley Cuthbert, who runs an animal rescue shelter in Tagish.
Buddy is still missing. The dog is at the centre of a case pitting his owner, Emerald Gillespie, and Shelley Cuthbert, who runs an animal rescue shelter in Tagish.
A 23-year-old man was brought to Whitehorse General Hospital after police found him outside a Riverdale apartment visibly injured overnight on Wednesday.
The issue of a carbon tax, a recurring subject in this election campaign, came to a head during a lunch organized by the Yukon Chamber of Commerce Thursday.
With roughly 10 employees and an office not much bigger than a coffee shop, Yukon, North of Ordinary is, by any measure, a small magazine.
The last debate of Yukon’s electoral campaign went much like the others: lots of talking points, very little confrontation, and a wide variety of topics from humane society funding to food security.
Dawson City resident Mark McDiarmid didn’t show up to court on Monday for the first day of his jury trial in Yukon Supreme Court.
Geoff Abbott wasn’t in Indonesia to enjoy the warm weather and drink cocktails on the beach — the Whitehorse-based RCMP analyst was instead there to train local police officers to combat human smuggling.
Yukon’s small claims court has been tasked with an unusual duty: finding a dog.