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Newly-elected Liard First Nation chief accuses YG of interfering with election

Stephen Charlie says YG’s announcement days before election endorsed previous chief

Local gardener asks for return of wagons

Alice Cyr grows vegetables for her condo, but has had two wagons stolen in the last two weeks

Liard First Nation elects new chief, council

Stephen Charlie beat out incumbent George Morgan by just six votes.

Diamond Tooth Gerties to reopen

The Klondike Visitors Association (KVA) announced in a press release on June…

YukonU instructor pens letter urging immediate action to address systemic racism

A Yukon First Nations instructor at Yukon University has penned a letter…

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Alexco nearing production at Keno Hill mines

Alexco Resource Corp. is entering the final phase of development at its…

Road tests will resume in July

On July 2, Yukoners looking to receive their class one to five…

Literacy award nomination deadline approaching

Nominations for the 2020 Council of the Federal Literacy Award will remain…

RRDC to issue moose, sheep hunting permits this season, but none for caribou

Ross River Dena Council (RRDC) will once again be requiring non-Kaska hunters…

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week

Portion of Montana Mountain closed pending contaminant testing

Carcross/Tagish First Nation recommending everyone stay away from the old Arctic Gold & Silver mine

YG signs second Resource Gateway agreement with Liard First Nation

The Yukon government and Liard First Nation (LFN) have signed their second…

Rezoning proposed for heavy industrial lot

Change would allow for office to be built

RCMP seek assistance in locating hit and run driver

Whitehorse RCMP are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspected…

Phase two of reopening to include travel from B.C. and the other territories

The second phase of the reopening plan is set to start July 1

Yukon Party seeks clarification on restaurant capacity

The Yukon Party is questioning if restaurants will really be able to…

Whitehorse city council considers economy

Wonders how to assist businesses impacted by COVID-19