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Elijah Smith considered for $5 bill

First Nations leader was instrumental in land claims negotiations, reconciliation, supporters say

Crown’s failure to disclose evidence takes centre stage at Skookum sentencing hearing

Defence lawyer Bibhas Vaze argued failure to disclose statements was a serious breach of the Charter

Yukon communities call for better emergency communications

AYC says Yukoners deserve “reliable phone and broadband service”

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Property owner takes issue with city communications

Received no notice that crews would be digging up yard

Feedback requested on Klondike Goldrush National Historical Park

The U.S. National Park Service is asking for feedback on conceptual designs…

Story Laureate deadline extended

Yukoners who were aiming to be named Story Laureate for the territory…

Annual stats report released

Population, housing prices rise in 2019

City hall, briefly

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

Sentencing hearing begins in 2017 Carmacks manslaughter case

Mario Skookum pleaded guilty to manslaughter last year in relation to Wildfred Charlie’s killing

YFNCT launching online store featuring work of Indigenous artists in the Yukon

The store, expected to launch this month, is meant to help offset the impacts of COVID-19 on sales

Waiving business licence fees would cost city close to $500,000

City looks at options to assist businesses impacted by COVID-19

Spouse of geologist killed in 2019 plane crash sues Alkan Air

The spouse of a Vancouver geologist killed in a plane crash near…

Kwanlin Dün, Yukon RCMP sign letter of expectation on community policing

Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Yukon RCMP have signed a letter…

New Whistle Bend pump will cost city $95,000

Marks second major pump failure in one-year period for the city

Yukon introduces vehicle decals for visitors allowed to travel within the territory

Premier Sandy Silver and Dr. Brendan Hanley also gave more details on Phase 3 at July 22 update

Protest staged over school changes

More events to be held in opposition to 2020-2021 year plans

Yukon Ombudsman, IPC, Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner releases 2019 reports

The offices of the Yukon Ombudsman, Information and Privacy Commissioner and Public…

Getting into the weeds

Volunteers remove invasive species during 2020 weed pulls

City hall, briefly

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

North heard ‘very clearly’ in report on Canada’s COVID-19 financial response, Yukon senator says

Canada’s Standing Senate Committee on National Finance has released an interim report…