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Whitehorse man charged with attempted murder after Granger stabbing

Jonah Vern Papequash, 20, has also been charged with failure to comply with a probation order.

Long Lake remains ID’d as man missing since last September

Long Lake remains ID’d as man missing since last September Human remains…

Yukoners discover local hikes

“Everybody’s just getting outside”

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Opposition asks Yukon government to release legal advice on border restrictions

Yukon Party says Yukoners should know how YG made decision to restrict travel into the territory

2020-2021 Gas Tax Fund recipients announced

The Yukon’s 2020-2021 Gas Tax Fund allocation from the federal government is…

Yukon Morning hosts resigns over suppression of Black, Indigenous voices at CBC

Christine Genier resigned after making a statement on-air the morning of June 8

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

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