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Councillor proposes more weight on local content in awarding RFP contracts

Administration will report back to council on potential local content advantage

Petition asks for Yukon’s emergency act, COVID-19 orders to be declared unconstitutional, invalid

Seven people have filed a petition to the Yukon Supreme Court arguing…

Developer outlines plans for downtown suite

Rezoning would alter setback requirements

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YC Kids Camps aims to provide fun STEM and trades activities for children

“We’re just very excited and so grateful that Kids Camp programming was approved for this summer”

Whitehorse Legion’s Canada Day celebration goes virtual

The Whitehorse branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is adapting its Canada…

City hall reopens to the public

Front counter services are once again offered at city hall

State of emergency in the Yukon extended 90 days as reopening continues

The state of emergency can be ended earlier if no longer necessary, premier says

Deputy chief of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation to resign

Darius Elias was appointed as a councillor in 2019 following VGFN’s 2018 general election

CYFN sends $15k of infant supplies to the communities

Council of Yukon First Nations began sending supplies in April after request for help from Old Crow

Former Dawson couple takes overturned defamation case to Supreme Court of Canada

The Senfts had been awarded more than $800,000 in damages before the decision was overturned

New option for palliative care

Wind River Hospice House in Whistle Bend Place officially opened its doors…

Warning made after coyote kills small dog in rural Whitehorse area

Yukon Conservation Officer Services is warning residents to be vigilant when letting…

Northwestel overage charges to return in July

Northwestel customers can expect to begin seeing overage charges again on their…

Class of 2020 finds new ways to celebrate

Parades, banners, family dinners and gifts all help mark graduation in the Yukon

Champagne and Aishihik First Nations takes graduation celebration on the road

Traditionally around this time of year, Champagne and Aishihik First Nations (CAFN)…

Yukon Energy investigates employee’s action

“We reject racism and discrimination of any kind in the strongest terms”

Solidarity vigil brings community together against hate

Yukoners gathered to make their voices heard about police brutality, racial prejudice and hate

Yukon government launches free legal advice program for victims of sexual violence

The independent legal advice program can be accessed through victim services