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Court orders Cuthbert to put forward $15k before defamation lawsuit proceeds

Cuthbert has been camped on a plot of land off Atlin Road

Yukon government looks for feedback on condo regulations

Feedback will be accepted from now until Jan. 25

Champagne Aishihik First Nations spar with Yukon Energy Corporation over Aisihik hydro

Cooperation between the First Nations and Yukon Energy Corporation unraveled in September

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Beams of light honour victims on Polytechnique anniversary

The beat goes on, just under a different name

Safe ride home program to continue, says operator

First Nations funding, housing top-of-mind at meetings in Ottawa

Turning Yukon College into a university was also discussed

Yukoners share their thoughts on Whitehorse’s capital budget

Concerns include wildlife and wildfire preparedness

City of Whitehorse distances itself from ‘Magic Cool Bus’

The city says it in no way endorses the safe ride service

Online fundraiser launched to support family of Whitehorse teacher, infant killed by grizzly

Valérie Théorêt and her daughter, 10-month-old Adèle Røsholt,were fatally attacked Nov. 26

WCC misleading public on number of inmates in segregation, former inmate to argue in court

Inmates in jail’s secure living unit kept in conditions mirroring segregation, Darryl Sheepway claims

One company is proposing to scout for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

A draft environment impact statement isn’t finished so it’s unclear when work would begin, if approved

Kwanlin Dün First Nation receives certificate of title for settlement land

Yukon Premier Sandy Silver said the development could be a first anywhere

Attorney General appoints new judge to Yukon Supreme Court

Suzanne Duncan replaces the late Justice Leigh Gower, who died suddenly in October

Governor General Julie Payette visits the Yukon

She called the occasion an “enormous honour”

UPDATED: 7.0-magnitude earthquake hits Alaska

No tsunami warning is in effect for B.C., according to the government

Grizzly Valley resident upset about the community’s bus service

“It’s not really designed with a good sidewalk or anything so parents are understandably concerned”

49 per cent of ECO staff confident in senior leadership: survey

Premier Sandy Silver thanked public servants for their service in the House

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World

  • Nov 28, 2018

Tourism strategy released with slight changes

Turning the Department of Tourism into a crown corporation isn’t the only option