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Dawsonite considers legal action over sewer work

He says the work, that would destroy trees, was not clearly articulated

New ventilation tech wins Yukon Innovation Prize

After attaching to a home’s ventilation system, Phylo can detect contaminants

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Captive breeding programs release hope for endangered species

Majority of Yukon now under fire ban due to extreme fire danger

Yukon Wildland Fire Management officials implemented the ban the afternoon of July 8.

Snag campground shut down as wildfire burns nearby

More than 30 wildfires are currently burning in the Yukon

Yukon woman missing since late May found “safe and sound,” Yukon RCMP says

Sarah Ruth Kruse, 36, had been reported missing May 29, triggering an extensive search

How do you define a meeting?

Maybe Whitehorse council is just having “gatherings”

KDFN gets $25.75M from Yukon and Canada for new community hub

The hub will be build on the current site of the KDFN administration building

Court of Appeal dismisses ex-Yukon government employee’s case

The Yukon Court of Appeal found the Yukon government had valid reasons to fire Andrew Schaer

Whitehorse Domino’s takes Panago to court over alleged business “conspiracy”

Domino’s claims the people behind Panago conspired to open a pizza shop within 500 ft of its location

Andrew Scheer tells Yukoners he’ll get rid of the carbon tax if elected

The Conservative Party of Canada leader was in Whitehorse this week

Group aims for Canada-Alaska railway through Yukon

The $17-billion project is still in the early stages

Affordable housing in the downtown

A dozen units will be sold at or below median price

‘Man camps’ may be a threat to Yukon Indigenous women and girls, say advocates

Local advocates say the findings from the MMIWG report on resource extraction and violence against women apply here too

  • Jul 4, 2019

The Yukon’s Green Party has a candidate for the upcoming federal election

Lenore Morris, a lawyer by trade, wants more action on environmental issues

Golden Predator sets sights on reopening Brewery Creek mine

The mine could employ 100 workers and be operational in 18 months

Wildfire smoke leads to air quality advisory across the Yukon

Children, elderly people, pregnant women and people with heart or lung disease should limit activity

Carbon is now taxed in the Yukon

This means higher prices at the pumps, rebates and more