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Salvation Army considers housing men on women’s floor to meet demand

‘It may be that women in the community have ways of sharing space that men might not’

Sentencing hearing for Pelly Crossing man in manslaughter case scheduled for August

Tristan Joe pleaded guilty to manslaughter in relation to the 2016 death of Raine Silas, 18.

Yukon Liquor Corporation delays plans to hike booze prices

After business owners raised concerns the corporation says it will go back and consult on changes

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RRDC to require non-Kaska hunters in Ross River area to get special permit

People hoping to hunt in Ross River area this season need a permit from the Ross River Dena Council

Missing Oregon family found after possibly getting lost on purpose

Officials say family of four was found near Dease Lake after their vehicle was apparently abandoned

Yukon Supreme Court’s first resident woman justice sworn in

Justice Edith Campbell is also the only resident Yukon Supreme Court judge fluent in both official languages

One-day event focuses on Yukon housing woes

Territory suffers from low vacancy rate, aging rental stock

Wildlife, education top agenda at Yukon Forum

‘All these measures need to be discussed at a higher level’

City mulls replacing Handy Bus with taxi vouchers

‘Whitehorse Transit must take steps to provide a sustainable solution’

New routes top priority for Whitehorse transit plan

Full Sunday service still off the table, though plan proposes pilot project

Five substitute teachers suing Yukon government over unpaid wages

In separate claims, the teachers say the Department of Education owes them nearly $17k in unpaid wages

Whitehorse man sentenced to house arrest after threatening coworker with axe

Ram Naresh Prasad pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon and uttering death threats

Yukon soccer teams battle for supremacy at Yukon Championships

Spread over six divisions, 25 teams took part in the outdoor cross-field tournament.

Colleagues remember Yukon hydrologist Rick Janowicz

The territory’s only hydrologist died May 23. A celebration of life is scheduled for June 21

Whitehorse council backs off anti-bullying bylaw

Critics worry the bill could curb free speech and promote racial profiling

UPDATED: Volunteer firefighter dead after ambulance rolls into highway ditch near Haines Junction

The Yukon Coroner’s Service has identified the deceased as 19-year-old Elizabeth Boyd.