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The Yukon is safe from coronavirus so far, say chief medical officers

‘Scores’ of people are being tested for the virus on a daily basis

Whitehorse wiped clean of toilet paper in light of COVID-19 concerns

Most stores had none in stock as of March 12, but expect to be resupplied on March 14

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City news, briefly

Some of the decisions from the March 9 Whitehorse council meeting

The Yukon now has five Gladue writers, up from three

The Yukon now has a roster of five Gladue report writers, up…

Yukon minister Ranj Pillai being tested for coronavirus

Premier Sandy Silver formally announced the situation on March 11

Athletes and coaches come to terms with 2020 Arctic Winter Games cancellation

“It’s a huge ultimatum and it just kind of crushes your soul a little bit”

The Yukon is prepared for coronavirus, Silver says

The Liberals quashed a motion to establish a select committee into potential effects on the economy

YTA takes YG to court over alleged plan to lay off teachers, re-hire without giving them priority

The Yukon Teachers’ Association said in a petition it learned of the plan at a meeting last month

Yukon government launches sexualized assault response team program

The program aims to provide “wrap-around” support for victims of sexual violence in the territory

Man, company fined $65k for leaving cooking grease out in MacRae, attracting bears

Joszeph Suska and his company, Budget Towing & Auto Services, pleaded guilty to five charges on Feb. 25

BC Renal Agency, YG to formalize decades-long partnership

The Yukon government and BC Renal Agency have signed a letter of…

Yukon government ends seasonal time change

Once Yukon springs forward there will be no falling back

New skateboard park expected this year

Yukon government official says the tender will be released in the Spring

City news, briefly

Some of the discussions from Whitehorse city council on March 2

Updated: Silver predicts sliver of a surplus

The 2020-2021 Yukon territorial budget estimates a surplus of $4.1 million

Community safety officer program could be on the brink of expansion in the Yukon, coordinator says

Gina Nagano said Little Salmon/Carmacks and Na-cho Nyak Dun First Nations have reached out to her

Yukon College gets set to host first university convocation

May 8 and 9 will see numerous events marking the establishment of Yukon University