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Yukon and federal governments will decide on the mine located 115 kilometres south of Ross River.
“We have lost far too many Yukoners as a result of drug overdoses.”
Over 3,386 lightning strikes on July 21 had sparked 17 new forest fires in central and southern Yukon
The territory has 66 active COVID-19 cases
Kane Steely Grey Morgan is bound by numerous bail conditions but can leave Whitehorse for work
A sentencing date will be set soon for Geoffrey Matthew Muldoon.
Zoning amendment would provide for three additional suites on Titanium Way property
Of the 21 new fires, nine started on July 20
The Lorne Mountain Community Association set up a Canada Day Reflection Walk through the country’s Indigenous traditional territories. It will remain up through August
Keely Bass serving as communications coordinator
Silver Flats will see 42 two-bedroom and studio units built on Keno Way
Zinc mining company CEO says decision raises concerns about Yukon’s rules on resource roads.
Water levels on the Yukon River at Carmacks have been steadily dropping since July 3
While water levels are receding, the government is still preparing for a mid-August peak
The Tahltan Central Government has contributed $10,000 to the Warriors Walking for Healing Nations
Tourism providers – and officials in Alaska – still have questions about the change
Two of the new cases are located in rural communities.