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Yukon youth will benefit from the Youth Investment Fund
Ekaterina Baker and Rodney Baker will appear again on June 15
Some ‘self-imposed’ restrictions lifted as larger reopening plan considered
Chief medical officer says vaccines for youth are on their way.
F.H. Collins Secondary and the Department of Education say they will offer supports to students
Beginning May 18, residents can place bulk compost orders for city compost by calling 867-668-8350 ext. 4
Vaccine clinics for youth 12-17 to be vaccinated with Pfizer have been scheduled to begin on May 31.
The territory has surpassed its goal of 75 per cent as a first step toward ‘herd immunity’
The Liberals responded that they have proceeded cautiously to avoid high costs.
The ongoing patrols which police call ‘Operation Cooridor’ is mainly focused on commercial vehicles.
“Businesses didn’t know if they could stay open but they were calling us to make sure we were able to stay open.”
Department of Environment says consultation with its partners needed before it will consider release
Air North president Joe Sparling suspects it will be a long time before things return to pre-pandemic times
Angela Drainville, mother of two, is anxious for a rollout plan to come forward
The new items were added to secure the support of the NDP.
Projects including five mobile homes for small communities received funding.
The rollout of the policy is creating ‘chaos,’ says opposition
A police dog was used to track the suspect who was later arrested in a wooded area.
A new project to monitor and improve the understanding of urban foxes living in Whitehorse will begin this year
Following the river-ice breakup, flows have continued to rise on Nordenskiold and Klondike River systems, said a release by the Emergency Measures Organization.