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Whitehorse grocery store cleans up after flood

‘We could lose some customers, which we can’t afford’

Capstone prepares to sell Yukon’s Minto mine

‘We’re not buying this thing to close it down’

WestJet chooses Calgary over Vancouver for summer flights to Whitehorse

‘We serve 52 cities from Calgary as opposed to 31 from Vancouver’

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Behind the scenes at Air North’s kitchen

A small facility near the Whitehorse airport runways is where the cookies happen

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  • Jan 19, 2018

The week in Yukon mining

Goldcorp re-submits Coffee plans, Mount Nansen sale looms, Kudz Ze Kayah comments open

Jibo comes North

Interactive robot is a pricey assistant with personality

Air North announces new flight to Victoria

‘We hope the new route helps families connect with families’

Casino aims to start YESAB panel review by end of 2018

‘Elephant in the room’ a 286-metre tailing pond wall

All caribou herds aren’t created equal

Biologists warn the Procupine caribou herd is more vulnerable to development than its neighbours

Whitehorse SMRT women get down to business

‘It’s lonely, being a female entrepreneur’

Landmark Cinemas sold to Belgian company

No word on future of Whitehorse’s two theatres

So long cadmium: Yukon bacteria research published in international journal

Molasses and methanol work best to help bacteria clean up derelict mines

Whitehorse food bank to pilot accepting wild meat

Long-sought changes allow hunters to donate wild meat to Whitehorse food bank

  • Sep 26, 2017

Skull of extinct muskox species pulled out of the dirt near Dawson City

‘An awesome skull with huge horns sticking out, people love that kind of stuff’

KDFN launches civil suit against man repairing broken cars on Old Village land

First Nation says it’s been asking Tim Smith to clear the land since 2013

JDS Silver and two former workers in legal spat over dismissal

Ex-employees claim wrongful firing, but company says their actions led to dangerous situation at northern B.C. mine

Yukon mining outlook brightening: Conference Board of Canada

Yukon Geological Survey expects companies will spend $120 million in 2017