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Decision is part of effort to reduce potential transmission of COVID-19, city spokesperson says
Watson Lake and Carmacks officials speak on community reaction to COVID-19 pandemic.
The territory’s first two cases are a couple who travelled to the U.S. for a conference.
British Columbia's health minister is disappointed that the U.S. is blocking the export of N-95 masks
Pillai was in self-isolation after attending a mining conference in Toronto
Yukon’s chief health officer announced further measures to brace for virus March 20
The Whitehorse Fire Department was called to the home on Willow Crescent March 18.
Northwestel had submitted an urgent application to waive internet overage fees earlier this week.
This will be Bill’s third consecutive term as chief of the First Nation.
Liberals used majority to pass the 2020-21 budget
The gallery will be closed to the public, but meetings will be broadcasted on TV and online
Whitehorse shelter will continue to accept clients but limit number of people in the building to 50
A recreation bonanza: Whitehorse council approves plans for Black Street stairs, new playground and skatepark
All three projects were voted on at the March 9th council meeting
Yukon College will be delivering some classes online, while public schools closed until April 15.
The Yukon government is looking to pass a bill that would see the ban of conversion therapy.
Territory says the declaration will allow for quicker response to virus.
Health officers provided an update on March 16
Facilities, performances and businesses temporarily shut.
A chunk of this money is going towards paid sick leave for Yukon workers
Northwestel submitted an urgent application to the CRTC on March 16.
Diamond Tooth Gertie’s is also closed until further notice amid concerns about COVID-19