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Respiratory assessment centre in Whitehorse closes doors on advice of CMO

Screening for COVID-19 to be done at Whitehorse hospital, Yukon Communicable Disease Control instead

UPDATED: Yukon government clarifies businesses available to travellers

Travellers can stop anywhere along the approved route in one of the marked communities

Whitehorse brings back parking meter fees

Drivers will need to top up meters again as of June 1. The city had suspended enforcement in March.

Phase two of the Yukon’s reopening plan could start July 1

New phase would include travel between B.C. and the Yukon

Community Development Fund awards announced

January intake sees $1.4 million for 24 community projects

Pilot Station salmon sonar to go ahead this season

The Pilot Station sonar, located near the mouth of the Yukon River…

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City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week. June…

Spas, hair salons, tattoo parlours and more ready for reopening

Many personal services shops set June date to offically welcome back customers

Alaskan telecom finishes fibre line linking state to Lower 48 via the Yukon

Northwestel is among the Canadian companies carrying MTA’s traffic down south

Civil liberties group pens letter questioning Yukon’s COVID-19 border restrictions

Canadian Civil Liberties Association arguing the Yukon’s border control measures are unconstitutional

Parks Canada to open three Yukon locations

Some Parks Canada locations will be offering limited visitor access to three…

Renovations start at LePage Park

The Yukon Historical and Museums Association has started a resurfacing project for…

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for May 29, 2020

  • May 29, 2020

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”