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Court challenge filed over extension of Yukon’s state of emergency under COVID-19

The petition alleges that the Yukon government made the decision in an opaque, undemocratic way

Yukon government extends state of emergency for second time

Unemployment is now at eight per cent, the highest in two years

Rezoning could soon move forward

Allowing suite in RR zone would not substantially change area, council hears

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Coroner IDs man killed during bison hunt

A 43-year-old hunter died on Sept. 5 during a bison hunt

Whitehorse Community Choir sings in a new season

Voices will join together while being apart

Yukon government extends relief program

“We know that businesses continue to need help”

Pondering port plans

Skagway mayor envisions partnerships with Yukon

Ottawa puts out statement opposing ANWR development

“Our rights, future and the land and animals cannot be bought yet others try to sell it”

Yukon Party calls for more oversight in use of Civil Emergency Measures Act

Premier said the opposition will get their say when the legislature resumes in October

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

Man arrested on gun charges following medical assistance call

Man arrested on gun charges following medical assistance call RCMP and EMS…

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