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VIDEO: Missing Alberni teens now suspects in three northern B.C. killings

Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky are wanted in the deaths of Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese, unknown man

3 dead, 2 missing in northern B.C: Here’s what we know so far

Lucas Fowler, 23, and his girlfriend, Chynna Deese, were shot and killed on July 14 or 15

Yukon’s Anglican bishop delivers apology on site of former Carcross residential school

Bishop Larry Robertson read the apology during a canoe stretching ceremony on July 20.

Elsa, Keno under evacuation alert

The Shanghai Creek wildfire is about seven kilometres east of Elsa.

What should Whitehorse focus on in 2020?: City releases ‘Citizen Budget’

Residents can tinker with how they would spend property taxes

Couple found dead along northern B.C. highway in double homicide

Woman from the U.S. and man from Australia found dead near Liard Hot Springs

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Whitehorse council prepares to zone the last phase of Whistle Bend

Whistle Bend Phase 7 lots are expected to be available in 2023

This week at Whitehorse City Hall

Some of the key moves made at the July 15 council meeting

Yukon government asks court to put Wolverine mine into receivership

The Yukon government filed a petition against Yukon Zinc Corporation July 17.

Council ponders parking plans

Plan looks at increased fees, fines and other changes

YG to attempt to enforce alleged lawsuit settlement with Cynthia Blackjack’s mother

Theresa Blackjack says she doesn’t agree to $25k settlement for a lawsuit filed after daughter’s death

YG names electoral reform commission members, opposition cries foul

Members will submit a final report and recommendations in January

Fire ban lifted across most of the territory

Ban remains in place at Kluane National Park

New surface coming to LePage Park

Renovations are set to begin in August

Doctor denies wrongdoing in fallopian tube removal lawsuit

Dr. Wayne MacNicol filed a statement of defence to a 2017 lawsuit on July 2

Boys’ club: Where did the women premiers go?

If you saw photos from the premiers’ meeting held in Saskatoon last…

Federal government announces $15M for Northern food strategy

A federal minister said 17 per cent of Yukoners are food insecure right now

New funding aimed at turning waste into ‘black gold’

Money and a contract has been approved for the Whitehorse compost facility expansion

Help Wanted: Yukon businesses struggle due to labour shortage

There are lots of jobs, but where are the workers?