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Poor Creature ordered to pay Yukonstruct legal costs

A judge has ordered the owner of the Poor Creature café to…

Yukoner named as Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation scholar

Allison Furniss pursuing PhD studies in Cape Town, South Africa

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What the ‘new normal’ looks like for now

As the Yukon slowly reopens, this is what it looks like at restaurants and other businesses

Yukon government suspends phone program for vulnerable women after data overage issues

The Yukon government suspended service without warning last month to cell phones…

Campgrounds reopening June 4

Yukoners are asked to stick to their “double-bubble” households, respect social distancing…

City tickets 50 on day one of return to parking meter enforcement

A total of 50 parking tickets were issued June 1 by the…

Yukon government has valid claim in Wolverine mine bankruptcy, judge rules

“This application arises because of an irresponsible mining venture in the Yukon”

Driver charged in 2019 Whitehorse pedestrian death

A driver has been charged in relation to the 2019 death of…

Council holds off on designation decision for portion of the tank farm

Decision comes in light of notice of violation to project proponent

Training for the unexpected

Wildland firefighters train with hovering helicopters

Respiratory assessment centre in Whitehorse closes doors on advice of CMO

Screening for COVID-19 to be done at Whitehorse hospital, Yukon Communicable Disease Control instead

Whitehorse brings back parking meter fees

Drivers will need to top up meters again as of June 1. The city had suspended enforcement in March.

Phase two of the Yukon’s reopening plan could start July 1

New phase would include travel between B.C. and the Yukon

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week. June…

Spas, hair salons, tattoo parlours and more ready for reopening

Many personal services shops set June date to offically welcome back customers

Community Development Fund awards announced

January intake sees $1.4 million for 24 community projects