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Yukon government unveils territory’s third electric vehicle charging station

The charging station, at the Yukon Transportation Museum, is the second one installed by government

Ross River Dena Council appeal set to be heard

Appeal judges are looking at a 2017 Yukon Supreme Court decision on Canada’s duty to negotiate

Yukon NDP questions the cost of the health department’s medical review

$1.5 million appears to be going towards a steering committee and a “Tiger Team”

Yukon government helps fund 10 new affordable housing projects

The projects, supported by the housing initiatives fund, will build 123 new affordable units

Opioid Action Plan is a “progress report”: Chief medical officer

NDP House Leader Kate White says it doesn’t go far enough

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Gas leak near Gary Moe car dealership in Lacombe, Alberta
Possible gas leak near car dealership in Lacombe, Alberta
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Whitehorse Salvation Army launches annual kettle campaign

The organization is aiming to raise $80,000 and will have credit-debit terminals to take donations

Score or spore?: Whitehorse man alleges he bought moldy weed

“What I’m upset about is their response to this”

Respite home offers a break to caregivers

Hillcrest home is a pilot project

Yukon couple injured after truck crash in southern Alberta

The couple’s truck hit a vehicle that did not yield at an intersection in Coaldale, near Lethbridge

City of Whitehorse council announces its capital budget

A new fire hall is among the major projects

First Indigenous ceremony held in legislative assembly in honour of Doris McLean

‘It just feels really appropriate’

  • Nov 14, 2018

Proposed drilling plans at ANWR vulnerable to litigation: Gwich’in lawyer

That the Democrats control the House of Representatives may not be enough to protect the refuge

Until there’s a traffic light ‘we’re not going to stop’: Hillcrest Community Association president

A petition signed by 22 people was tabled in the legislative assembly on Nov. 8

Striking workers allege assault and threats

Many Rivers workers say their picket line was “stormed”

Canada Post rotating strikes hit Whitehorse

Whitehorse postal workers went on strike the morning of Nov. 9

Yukon Human Rights Commission offers free training on disability rights

The Commission hopes its symposium gets Yukoners looking at disability through a human rights lens

A tale of two sushis

A Yukon businessman is suing his former business partner over a Whitehorse sushi restaurant

Wann Road group home to replace two facilities in downtown Whitehorse

Youth are tentatively slated to move into the new group home in Porter Creek by spring 2019

Yukon Party alleges Liberals involved in ATIPP requests and shouldn’t be

YP gave the media documents showing email exchanges it says are proof of political interference