News

Yukon government releases Whitehorse Correctional Centre inspection report

The report contains 40 recommendations on how facilities and services at the WCC should be improved

Crown, defence ask for 10 years’ parole ineligibility for Watson Lake murderer

Travis Dennis pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in May for killing Andy Giraudel in 2016

18 bears killed in the Yukon between April and July this year

Environment Yukon has not been providing updates on bear deaths this year due to workload involved

Many Rivers staff vote to strike

18 counsellors and support staff have been without a contract for over a year

video
Scenes from a B.C. wildfire
TransLink 70th Anniversary
Humboldt GoFundMe payments a 'step forward': Father of victim
'Can't erase history' by tearing down statues: McKenna

Whitehorse woman charged after RCMP seize cocaine, heroin, pills

Police allege the woman possessed drugs including heroin and a suspected cocaine-fentanyl mix

Old abandoned safe unearthed in Dawson City

‘I hope they find something, even if it’s old documents or old photographs’

  • Aug 10th, 2018

Whitehorse volunteers turn to GoFundMe to raise cash for thrift store

The Whitehorse Community Thrift Store is hoping to raise $70,000 in ‘seed money’

Teslin Tlingit Council to use ‘citizenship election process’ to select chief in 2020

TTC was the only Yukon First Nation still using its traditional system to select its leadership

Whitehorse resident Steve Roddick announces bid for council

Housing, consultation top list of priorities

Yukoners rally to support Telegraph Creek residents displaced by fire

‘It’s definitely a sacred place for our family’

Cost, workload top Yukon mayors’ concerns about ATIPP

YG says draft bill won’t force cities and towns to follow access rules, despite commissioner’s urging

Yukon Liberals present plans for new lobbying law

Streicker says act will be tabled in the fall but can’t say when the rules will take effect

Environment Yukon cancels outfitters’ Finlayson caribou quotas for 2019-20 season

The two affected outfitters will have their Finlayson quotas reduced to zero next year

Selkirk First Nation says chinook salmon numbers similar to last year’s

Sonar on the Pelly River had counted just more than 7,900 chinook as of Aug. 5

Whitehorse council talks hotel height increase

Proposal to build a taller hotel passes first reading

Police warn public to be wary of phone scams

No, you can’t pay back taxes with iTunes gift cards

Feds award $80M Faro construction manager contract

‘Finally, we are coming to a place where we can put the shovel in the ground’