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On Wednesday afternoon along the Whitehorse waterfront, a man and woman bump shoulders as they stumble forward down the paved path that runs alongside the Yukon River.
Kobayashi + Zedda Architects Ltd. will design the new Centre for Northern Innovation in Mining building at Yukon College.
A faulty switch is the cause of a railroad accident that sent 19 people to the hospital last month, the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway company has revealed.
Whitehorse's Extra Foods will be closed for several months, starting next Saturday, as the store undergoes renovations.
Police are asking Yukoners to be on the lookout for a missing woman. Shelly Dene, a 26-year-old First Nation woman from Kelowna, B.C.
Internet speed in Watson Lake has been bumped up to 15 Mbps, the fastest speed ever available in the community.
Recently more than 100 youth, speakers and facilitators gathered in Teslin for one of the largest First Nation youth gatherings in Yukon's history. Among the speakers was Yukoner Mikah Fox.
A Whitehorse contractor is questioning the city's approach to working with local businesses.
Tory backers gathered on Archie Lang's property Thursday night for a rally and speech from Prime Minister Stephen Harper in a private event.
Fox to receive permanent home at wildlife preserve An abandoned fox that has captured the hearts and wallets of Yukoners will soon have a permanent home at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve.
YuKonstruct, a co-operative workshop, studio and design space for Yukon artists, tinkerers and entrepreneurs, is getting a hefty cash boost from the Yukon government.
A possible long-term solution has emerged to end the on going food crisis at the Whitehorse Food Bank.
A small crowd gathered in front of the Elijah Smith building on Thursday afternoon in the first of two events planned for a Palestinian Solidarity Day of Action.
Yukon Energy gets new boss Yukon Energy will soon have a new leader at the helm. Andrew Hall, most recently from Vancouver, will be taking over as company president and chief executive officer in early September.
After the success of its 2013 solar panel pilot project, NorthwesTel has installed four additional photovoltaic arrays to power remote northern sites
The search for a missing dental health logbook, with the information of more than 300 students, will continue on, says Pat Living, spokeswoman for Department of Health and Social Services.
After the success of its 2013 solar panel pilot project, NorthwesTel has installed four additional photovoltaic arrays to power remote northern sites.
With last week's announcement of nearly $1.8 million coming from the federal government to combat homelessness in the territory, the Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition says it's time to restructure the way we think about the issue.
It's been nearly two years since a partner project between P&M Recycling Depot, Cold Climate Innovation and the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency brought an innovative plastic-to-oil machine to Whitehorse.
Food bank recieves much-needed boost About 20 shoppers filed into the Real Canadian Superstore in Whitehorse on Saturday morning, loading their carts with items destined for the Whitehorse Food Bank.