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UPDATED: Remembering former premier Dennis Fentie

‘He was a down-to-earth truck-driving type guy.’

Alpine Aviation gets 30 more days to deal with dock space issue

A potential agreement is in the works, Whitehorse council heard Sept. 3

Adam Cormack killed over a missing gun, witness tells jury

Alain Bernier testified Edward James Penner had told him and his girlfriend about shooting Cormack

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Alberta teen convicted in shooting of German tourist west of Calgary
Female spacewalking team makes history
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US Customs and Border Patrol video of arrest at Lynden, Wash., for illegal entry

Yukon’s crisis line is off the hook

The Yukon Support and Distress Line had been run out of the Many Rivers offices

Bypassing the Riverdale rush

A dedicated bus lane will be piloted for six weeks

EDITORIAL: The courts haven’t seen the last of the Peel

A judge is likely going to have to decide if those with claims deserve cash

  • Aug 30, 2019

Council of Yukon First Nations takes over Gladue writer pilot project

The project, originally administered by Legal Aid, aims to bolster roster of Yukon Gladue writers

Trial begins for B.C. man accused in 2017 Whitehorse murder of Adam Cormack

Edward James Penner, 22, is facing a charge of first-degree murder

Former Yukon premier Dennis Fentie has died

Fentie, the territory’s seventh premier, was 68

Watson Lake council approves accommodations tax

The levy will be phased in beginning at three per cent in 2020

Mixed numbers across Yukon as Chinook salmon run winds down

The Chinook salmon run on the Yukon River is starting to wind…

Health branch and NGOs taking over government-funded counselling services in the Yukon

The Yukon government’s Mental Wellness and Substance Use Services branch

Professional misconduct ruling against Whitehorse pharmacist overturned

Judge overturned ruling after finding pharmacist was treated unfairly throughout investigation