Parks Canada announces more reopenings

Parks Canada announced in a press release on July 15 the reopening…

Agriculture policy released

Document will guide food production over next decade

Mayo airport to receive lighting upgrade

The Yukon government announced upgrades to the Mayo airport that will allow…

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Family, Vuntut Gwitchin government at odds over house moved for elders’ complex

A Vuntut Gwitchin citizen and her daughter say they’ve been mistreated by…

Contributions to Yukon Liberals account for 60 per cent of all 2019 political party revenue

The Yukon Liberal Party made the most revenue of the territory’s four…

School plans criticized

“I don’t think they have thought this through”

Two Yukoners contract COVID-19 Outside

The two individuals were not contagious while in the Yukon

Elections Yukon announces date for school council elections

A new date of Oct. 5 has been set for school council…

Graphic novelist using Jenni House residency to research tropes about disability, illness

Kim Edgar is hoping to use their research to help shape a new graphic novel they’re working on

Another public hearing set for tank farm designation

‘There are still several steps ahead,’ says councillor

Yukon Party announces new critic roles

Yukon Party leader Currie Dixon announced the party’s caucus critic roles in…

Kwanlin Dün, Ta’an Kwäch’än Council asking people to refrain from using settlement lands

“…We don’t want to prohibit people, but at the same time, we need our land to take a rest”

Victoria Gold reports small water spill at Eagle Gold mine

No waterways are believed to have been contaminated

Yukon continues heading towards Phase 3 of reopening

‘We can not let our guard down now’, premier says

Court hears petition to shut down alleged Pelly Crossing bootlegger

Richard Hager did not oppose the application in court July 13

Court appearance in fatal Whitehorse pedestrian crash bumped to August

A Whitehorse driver charged in the 2019 death of a pedestrian has…

City parks patio proposal

Council will not move forward with changes to patio rules this year

Summer brings ice show to Yukon Arts Centre

Rick Zuran’s work featured in photo exhibition

Yukoners lose internet, TV, cell phone service after Northwestel line severed by landslide

Shorter disruptions may be possible as the company does repair work in northern B.C.