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KDFN plans to run own home for youth

‘I think we can work with them to prepare them for life outside the system’

Federal study looks at carbon price impacts in Yukon

Study has little data on initial household costs, no thought of new mines, few business details

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Whitehorse elderly couple still waiting for ground-floor housing

Mobility issues make third-floor living difficult

1 dead in Kopper King fire

Victim’s idenity hasn’t been released

Near miss: Yukon government repelled ransomware attacks

‘We were lucky that it was caught in time’

  • Apr 5th, 2018

Yukon government changes municipal funding

Communities will each get $50k more each year in base funding

Yukon health minister acknowledges potential need for more detox beds

‘We did not have a wait list,’ Frost says, which is technically true, because staff don’t keep one

Yukon government considers increasing Lands Act fines

The government doesn’t know how much it is going to cost to reclaim a 17-km illegal road

46,000 salmon fry believed dead after fire at Yukon College facility

The McIntyre Creek Salmon Incubation Facility building housing chinook and chum fry burned March 31

Whitehorse mulls zoning changes to allow densification

Previous attempts to increase density brought ‘NIMBYs out in full force’ councillor says

Yukon cancels tender for government-run cannabis store over size and price

Streicker promises there will still be a retail location up and running in time for legalization

High and dry: Destruction Bay dock rendered useless by declining water levels

‘The priority launch should be where there is a community’

Municipalities still waiting for news on Yukon’s solid waste plans

Streicker hopes for details on solid waste plans by May, timeline for recycling fees still unknown

Council of Yukon First Nations to host justice conference

‘Exploring Justice: Our Way’ will examine justice issues through a First Nations lens

Mostyn urges Yukon public servants to come forward with concerns over treatment of children

Liberals vote down motion calling for independent review of abuse claims

Whitehorse’s detox centre is turning people away

Beds have been full most of March, health officials say

City of Whitehorse proposes quarry expansion

McLean Lake quarry running out of aggregate