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Yukoners welcome to participate in new lands legislation engagement

Yukoners welcome to participate in new lands legislation engagement

Survey, email and sessions are the ways that people can have their say on Public Lands Act
Update: RCMP say missing people located

Update: RCMP say missing people located

Haines Junction residents located.
Porcupine River breakup approaches. Old Crow prepares for flooding

Porcupine River breakup approaches. Old Crow prepares for flooding

Plans and materials in place as "dynamic breakup" expected in snow-packed region
UPDATE: Large police presence amid ‘ongoing incident’ in Whitehorse’s Granger area

UPDATE: Large police presence amid ‘ongoing incident’ in Whitehorse’s Granger area

RCMP say Granger area has re-opened. Police vehicle appears to have been involved in crash there
Fate of Whitehorse’s purple cabin is in judge’s hands following hearing

Fate of Whitehorse’s purple cabin is in judge’s hands following hearing

The fate of downtown Whitehorse’s unique purple cabin is now in the hands of Yukon Supreme Court Justice Karen Wenckebach after a one-day summary trial on the building and property’s legal status in early May.
Top public servants swapped; new Yukon administrator appointed

Top public servants swapped; new Yukon administrator appointed

Government sees significant leadership shakeup in development, liquor corp and health branches
Yukon surgeons warn of late cancellations as hospital occupancy exceeds 100%

Yukon surgeons warn of late cancellations as hospital occupancy exceeds 100%

Letter from Yukon Surgical Clinic doctors draws attention to population outpacing infrastructure
Association of Yukon Communities president won’t seek another term

Association of Yukon Communities president won’t seek another term

Ted Laking is looking forward to handing over the reins to his successor
Millions in funding released to help Yukon’s flood recovery and hazard mapping efforts

Millions in funding released to help Yukon’s flood recovery and hazard mapping efforts

Feds pledge $8.7 million to assist Yukon’s recovery following spring floods in 2021, 2022 and 2023
Cash, cookies, gift cards stolen during break-in at Whitehorse Food Bank

Cash, cookies, gift cards stolen during break-in at Whitehorse Food Bank

Food bank staff hopeful that the stolen items were put to good use