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CBSA searches economic development office, Whitehorse home

Properties searched March 12 as part of an ongoing investigation, the details of which are unclear.

Former Yukon Commissioner, Yukon College chancellor Ken McKinnon dies

McKinnon is being remembered for his numerous contributions to the territory.

City, briefly: a roundup of March 11 happenings at Whitehorse city council

A roundup of March 11 happenings at Whitehorse city council

Yukon government gets tough in response to U.S. draft development plan for ANWR

‘The main take home point is we’re asking for a supplemental EIS’

Feds pledge $13.2 million for Alaska Highway renovations, including Range Road re-vamp

Work includes the Range Road expansion project, the first phase of which is slated to start in July

Whitehorse city council moves proposed amendment that would allow quarry near airport to next stage

Ta’an Kwäch’än Council development corp. wants “residential” lot re-designated to “natural resource”

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$30K not enough to keep women’s shelter out of deficit: executive director

The funding increase from health and social services is to account for rising costs of living

UPDATED: Roughly $12 million to go towards upgrading Dawson City’s airport

Paving is tentatively scheduled to take place from May 19 to 26

Whitehorse city council asked to amend budget to replace fire truck totalled in crash

The new truck, estimated to cost $330,000 before tax, would replace one damaged in a Jan. 22 crash

Supporters rally for local NGOs

Dozens of people attended on the first day of the legislative sitting

Yukon to receive $2.25M over five years to fight gun and gang violence

MP Larry Bagnell and justice minister Tracy-Anne McPhee announced the federal funding on Mar. 6

Yukon communities use $2.79 million from Gas Tax Fund on 20 projects

Yukon MP Larry Bagnell and Community Services Minister John Streicker made the announcement March 5.

Yukon’s minimum wage to rise to $12.71 on April 1

The current minimum wage is $11.51, a difference of $1.20

Yukon Supreme Court rules against Kaska Dena Council in hunting consultation case

KDC claimed Yukon government had to consult before issuing hunting licences, tags in southern Yukon

Whitehorse city news, briefly

A rundown of some of the decisions that were made at council this week

Yukon Liberals predict $5.9M deficit for 2019-2020

There’s expected to be a surplus next fiscal year

RRDC appeal against 2017 Yukon Supreme Court decision dismissed

The Yukon Court of Appeal has dismissed Ross River Dena Council’s (RRDC)…