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U.S. senator proposes retaliation over Canada’s ANWR lobbying effort

‘It was outrageous. They were going to every office in the Senate’

Portion of Second Avenue to be shut down for May long weekend

Closure required for work on water and sewer mains, city says

Proxy voting questioned at Whitehorse council meeting

‘It’s actually been removed from the Elections Act at a territorial level’

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YG confirms carbon tax rebate for municipalities and First Nations

‘I’m sure we will get information out in time for before the carbon price starts to be charged’

Despite misgivings, Whitehorse council approves condo incentive

‘I’m wondering if NVD really, really needs this money so desperately’

Fire that destroyed Yukon College salmon facility caused $30k in damage

A fire at the McIntyre Creek Salmon Incubation Facility in March killed an estimated 46,000 salmon fry

Brandy Vittrekwa’s killer to move to B.C. upon release from custody

Youth will serve one year of community supervision in B.C., where he will attend university

Yukon government employees recorded making disparaging comments about First Nations students

Andrew Schaer, a former Department of Economic Development employee, says he secretly recorded a meeting in September

  • May 11th, 2018

Council of Yukon First Nations launches new Jordan’s Principle service

The service will help families apply to a federal fund of $382 million

Yukon government bringing in outside help to investigate group homes

‘We are trying to determine why we were given information that was perhaps not accurate’

Elections Yukon releases fundraising report for 2017

Liberal party president forced to explain why in-kind donation information came in late

Game on? Delegation seeks Whitehorse council support for Canada 55+ Games bid

‘Yukon has an excellent track record in hosting major games’

Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre launches Sexualized Assault Prevention Month

Program coordinator Jess Stone said she hopes the month encourages dialogue about the topic

Survey suggests Whistle Bend residents split on motorized trail use

Results seem ‘pretty black and white,’ community association chair says

Yukon child and youth advocate lays out terms for group home review

‘I don’t think anyone will let this go. I won’t’

Dawson City homicide victim remembered as a ‘beautiful soul’

Kevin McGowan, 41, was killed in Dawson City April 30. Yukon RCMP say his death was a homicide

Darryl Sheepway sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 13 years

Yukon Supreme Court Justice Leigh Gower sentenced Sheepway, convicted of second-degree murder, May 8