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Project aims to assess human impacts on Yukon River campsites

Efforts made to examine human impacts on the river

South wildfire prevention project in Whitehorse will cost $1.6 million

The Fire Risk Reduction project will create a six kilometre fireguard along Copper Haul Road

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Unlimited internet may be on its way

Northwestel expects to start offering packages to some communities in November

Man charged after fake bomb threat towards the Yukon Arts Centre

Owen Williams is facing a charge each of public mischief and making a false alarm of fire

Work underway to remediate portable

CHAOS classes being held in another space

Yukon University campus closed temporarily after two students fail to self-isolate

Students living on campus are being asked to “restrict their movements” until Friday

Minister of Northern Affairs takes virtual tour of First Nations’ green energy projects

Daniel Vandal said he was impressed by the resiliency of Yukon business owners and First Nations

Yukon Party calls for details on how $4 million back-to-school funding from feds will be used

Additional busses, protective equipment and classroom changes are all options for flexible funding

Yukon Party prepares for fall sitting at annual general meeting

Leader Currie Dixon talks COVID-19 priorities, Erin O’Toole leadership campaign

Rally in downtown Whitehorse opposes development in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Environment minister Pauline Frost, Whitehorse Mayor Dan Curtis and MP Larry Bagnell were in attendance

Yukon RCMP make appeal for info in 2019 Ross River murder

Mary Ann Ollie was murdered in Ross River on Aug. 1, 2019, the day after her 59th birthday

Housing project announced for Lower Post

Project represents an opportunity for families to return to community, chief says

Remote Xplornet customers in the Yukon could lose internet by end of year

Around 400 to 600 Yukon connections could be affected by the change, including placer miners.

More businesses in Whitehorse starting to require masks

Some stores are mandating the use, or at least strongly encouraging, of masks for customers

Whitehorse, Lancieux celebrate two decades of being sister cities

The cities were both once home to poet Robert Service

Draft report looks at growing food security in Whitehorse

The public can comment on the draft agriculture study until Sept. 21