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An Alberta couple's attempt to salvage a piece of Second World War aviation history has been cut short by Yukon authorities.
After years of boil-water advisories, a group of volunteer auto workers has brought potable water to the Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation.
When a high school produces Grease, the terrain is well-lubricated. Grease is the 10th most-produced high school musical in North America, reported the Ohio-based Educational Theatre Association.
Get caught passing a joint to a 17-year-old and you'll spend two years in the slammer, says a federal bill only weeks from becoming law.
Salmon-starved Alaskan villages are rejecting new chinook-preservation measures along the Yukon River, which means fewer salmon will reach Canadian spawning grounds.
Yukon farmer Garret Gillespie places more value on what he puts into the soil than what he harvests from it. For years, as cars and power plants spewed carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, Gillespie's Tagish-based Wild Blue Yonder Farms has been stowing it away.
After 20 years of financial independence, a cash-strapped Raven Recycling is opting for government support. On Thursday, the centre accepted a $320,000 grant from the Yukon government.
The works of Ted Harrison already adorn coasters and commemorative plates in the Yukon. So why shouldn't they grace the walls of the Yukon Arts Centre public art gallery?
Teams of firefighters doused a small blaze along the city's clay cliffs on Monday. Wildland Fire officials noticed smoke coming from the cliffs in the afternoon and immediately dispatched their crews and city firefighters.
The joists rotted, and the floorboards dangerously sagged, a mysterious sandwich of rotting carpets and plywood is all that really kept Capital Hotel patrons from plummeting into the basement.
Yukon College campuses in Dawson City and Pelly Crossing will get a makeover thanks to $2 million in federal money, announced Friday. Officials making the announcement clapped when it was made.
A host of outdated apartments and social housing units are soon to be bulldozed thanks to a $60-million housing boost from both the federal and territorial governments.
Padraig "Paud" (pronounced "Podge") O'Donoghue, principal architect of the modern Yukon legal system, died on May 17. He was 87. In 1967, the Yukon was just starting to experiment with self-government.
Billowing smoke from burning batteries and TVs may look and smell bad, but it's safe, says an emissions study commissioned by the Yukon government.
Potlucks always taste better when your fellow potluckers have at least a few decades of cooking experience. It only takes a few all-Kraft-Dinner potlucks in college before an elder's cooking skill is truly appreciated.
The forest fire season is off to a late start, but the coming summer could still get hot and smoky. On Monday, the first blaze of 2009 erupted 40 kilometres northwest of Haines Junction.
Domesticted elk, bison or musk-oxen will no longer be allowed to cross over the Yukon border due to concerns about the spread of animal disease.
There's nothing pretty about an 80-year-old corpse. "Nobody was really 'hot' in favour of exhuming him, certainly not people beyond a certain age," said Carrie Gour, producer of the Discovery Channel's Hunt for the Mad Trapper.
Every year, the men who moil for gold converge on Dawson City to socialize, network and reflect on how a shiny element has sustained an otherwise illogical northern community for more than a century.
Receding floodwaters on Bonanza Creek have revealed the body of Jerry Bryde, 57, a beloved local prospector. Bryde had been missing since May 1, when he was seen leaving his home on a red ATV.