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Former Destruction Bay motel employee awarded $5k in human rights pantsing case

The Yukon Human Rights Board of Adjudication found that Peter Budge was pantsed up to five times by his boss, Charles Eikland, in 2014

Whitehorse welcomes new fire chief

‘One of those virtues that you find, I think, in the fire service is humility’

Yukon government releases new recycling surcharge plan

Surcharges on several items are significantly lower than what the YG proposed last year

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Takhini Hot Springs condo project gets approval

‘I’ve never seen provisions quite like the ones that were introduced through the local area planning process’

Whitehorse affordable housing project seeks $1M grant from city

Cornerstone Building doesn’t qualify for city’s development incentive

Whitehorse city council ponders rules for reefer retail

City may relax regulations after legal sales begin

Yukon should have accessibility legislation: YACL president

‘Whether it’s 10 minutes before you die or 10 years as you’re getting older you will be disabled’

Poverty, racism, disability issues top Yukon’s human rights concerns, conference hears

‘We need to be talking to people who have lived experience of poverty’

Placer miners win carbon tax rebate from Yukon government

Northern airline industry exempted from levy by Ottawa

Man who sexually abused 13 girls designated long-term offender, sentenced to 16 years

The former Yukon man pleaded guilty to 25 charges, including sexual interference, last year

Sentencing hearing held for man who killed Watson Lake elder in 2016

Alfred Chief Jr. pleaded guilty to manslaughter for killing 87-year-old Olson Wolftail in 2016

Man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2016 Watson Lake killing

Alfred Chief Jr. pleaded guilty to manslaughter for killing Olson Wolftail, 87, in 2016

Court dismisses Norman Larue’s first-degree murder appeal

Two out of three Court of Appeal justices agreed that Larue’s appeal was without merit

‘Eyesore’ townhouses rile Copper Ridge residents

‘Concern was raised for the unattractive buildings portrayed’

Contentious Copper Ridge zoning amendment passes

Council decides demand for housing outweighs neighbourhood concerns