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Contract awarded for mixed-income housing project

The Yukon government has awarded a $16.8-million contract to build the mixed-income…

Tender issued for new municipal services building in Watson Lake

The building is to house a fire hall and public works shops

Top of the World Highway border crossings remain closed

The Little Gold Creek and Poker Creek border crossings will remain closed…

Yukon College becomes Yukon University

Yukon College has officially become Yukon University, or “YukonU.” The post-secondary institution…

Watson Lake man charged with gun offences after break-and-enter

Alfred Magun, 60, was arrested and charged with eight offences

Mushroom pickers in Snag area asked to register with First Nation

“We want to ensure that our land, water, and people are respected during this season”

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Yukon government presents COVID-19 modelling systems

Chief medical officer says modelling shows measures worked

Canada Games Centre to reopen sometime in June

First phase will be limited to track, wellness centre, flexihall and some fitness classes

Yukon government approached Salvation Army about ARC land sale, records show

“YG approached SA first and they have been receptive throughout”

Yukon Party elects new leader

Dixon wins Yukon Party leadership

Restaurants and personal services businesses to open next week

Industry-specific guidelines for reopening are available online

Liard First Nation postpones chief, council election

Liard First Nation (LFN) has postponed the election for chief and council…

Getting back to business at the Canada Games Centre

City eyes reopening CGC and its service counters

Eight people arrested over three days on drug-related charges

The Yukon RCMP’s crime reduction unit arrested eight people in the span…

Yukon Teachers’ Association elects new president

Holy Family Elementary School principal Ted Hupé has been elected president of…

Two-thirds of Yukon businesses surveyed by StatsCan say COVID-19 has had negative impact

More than 50 per cent expect quick return to normal once physical distancing restrictions lifted