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People doing the Warrior Walk for Healing Nations make their way down the highway past the Carcross Cutoff on June 26. (John Tonin/Yukon News)

Warriors Walking for Healing Nations supported by the Tahltan Central Government

The Tahltan Central Government has contributed $10,000 to the Warriors Walking for Healing Nations

In a statement, Yukon RCMP stated that after it received multiple reports of child luring in 2020, an investigation led to the arrest and charges of child luring and possession of child pornography for four suspects. (Submitted)

Reports of child luring led to arrests

Investigation resulted in arrests and charges across the country and in the United States

Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Brendan Hanley. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News)

Two new cases of COVID-19 variant identified in territory

“If variants were to get out of control in the Yukon, the impact could be serious.”

Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Brendan Hanley. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News)
Crystal Schick/Yukon News
Sandy Silver announces the territorial election in Whitehorse. Silver is seeking a second term as premier and third term as Klondike MLA. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News)

Getting to know Sandy Silver and the Yukon Liberal platform

Yukon Liberal Leader Sandy Silver is vying for a second term as…

Crystal Schick/Yukon News
Sandy Silver announces the territorial election in Whitehorse. Silver is seeking a second term as premier and third term as Klondike MLA. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News)
Chic Callas is seen in the maze he created at the Morley Street park in Riverdale in Whitehorse March 2, 2021. (Stephanie Waddell/Yukon News)
Stephanie Waddell/Yukon News
Chic Callas sits in the snow maze he created at the Morley Road park in Riverdale in Whitehorse March 2.

Snow brings new maze to park

Record snowfalls and the work of a Morley Road resident has brought…

Chic Callas is seen in the maze he created at the Morley Street park in Riverdale in Whitehorse March 2, 2021. (Stephanie Waddell/Yukon News)
Stephanie Waddell/Yukon News
Chic Callas sits in the snow maze he created at the Morley Road park in Riverdale in Whitehorse March 2.
Legislative assembly on the last day of the fall sitting in Whitehorse on Nov. 22, 2018. Politicians return for the spring sitting of the assembly March 4. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)

Analysis: What to expect in spring sitting of the legislature

They’re back on March 4, but election speculation is looming large

Legislative assembly on the last day of the fall sitting in Whitehorse on Nov. 22, 2018. Politicians return for the spring sitting of the assembly March 4. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)
Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce executive director Susan Guatto and program manager Andrei Samson outside the chamber office in downtown Whitehorse Feb. 23. (Stephanie Waddell, Yukon News)

When business models shift

Whitehorse chamber offers digital marketing workshop

Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce executive director Susan Guatto and program manager Andrei Samson outside the chamber office in downtown Whitehorse Feb. 23. (Stephanie Waddell, Yukon News)

New Takhini Hot Springs facility takes shape

The current pool will close at the end of September, with new facility to offer spa-like experience

Yukon Wines, Solstice Ciderworks launch home-grown haskap brews

The Yukon Berry Farms branch-offs are offering three locally-made wines and ciders

No virtual sitting for Yukon legislature

Opposition reacts to lack of opportunity to scrutinize government

Whitehorse could soon see a local tool library

Proposed venture aims to give member access to tools without needing to buy them

Reduce, reuse, refill

Entrepreneurs eye starting up a new environmentally-friendly bulk shop to cut down on plastic

Triple J’s expands offerings with new skin care line

The products feature Canadian ingredients and environmentally-friendly packaging

Whitehorse summit hopes to inspire, empower women to reach for leadership roles

“She/Ze Leads the World: a summit for women leaders in the North” takes place next month

Whitehorse startup Proof wins second national competition this year

Proof, a platform that streamlines government processes, won Startup Canada’s National Innovator of the Year

‘Whole food’ café debuts downtown

Food doesn’t need to be complicated in order to be good, owner says

Tahltan mining leader to be inducted into Canadian Mining Hall of Fame

P. Jerry Asp said he received a letter about the news on Sept. 10