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The Yukon government has spent $2.5 million settling sexual abuse cases since 2000

‘Approximately’ 40 cases have been launched against the government since 2000

New River Bend housing complex opens in Whitehorse

Subsidized units are for Ta’an Kwäch’än Council members and Yukoners on social housing wait list

Man arrested after ‘incident’ at Whitehorse Elementary

David Nesbitt, 52, faces harassment and mischief charges

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Miner has right to access claims under Whitehorse subdivision, judge finds

H. Coyne & Sons Limited owns subsurface rights for two lots under Raven’s Ridge subdivision

Premier, officials in Dawson to discuss Dome Road mining dispute

Residents protest plans to explore for gold in area overlapping ski trails

Silver ‘proud’ of work on airports act

Yukon premier’s patience with Yukon Party questioning wears thing

Airlines raise concerns about the Yukon’s proposed airports bill

‘It doesn’t appear it’s as harmless as we were led to believe’

Tiny change spells relief for Yukon government’s airports act

‘They’re not going to give us a veto, we know that, but they are going to provide us with input’

Bear-proof bins a must, Whitehorse residents tell council

City has already ordered 300 more compost and trash bins

Fire breaks out at duplex in downtown Whitehorse during ‘police operation’

Witnesses reported hearing lound bangs before fire broke out

Convicted Pitt Meadows councillor not stepping down

David Murray said potential appeal is still months away.

Canada acted in ‘good faith’ while negotiating with Ross River Dena Council, Yukon judge finds

Justice Leigh Gower’s decisions on RRDC lawsuits over its traditional territory were released Oct. 24

No plans to increase medical travel stipends Yukon health minister says

Territory gets more money from Ottawa to help with costs but that won’t mean more cash for Yukoners

Educators speak out against B.C. school trustee’s anti-LGBTQ post

Trustees, BCSTA distance themselves from Chilliwack school trustee’s opinions

Gold Rush star Tony Beets to appeal pond fire fines

The Yukon miner will appeal the $31k in fines he and his company are facing for Water Act violations

Yukoners taken as part of Sixties Scoop file class action lawsuit

Suit alleges government violated the rights of hundreds of Indigenous children from 1950 to 1993

City begins transit master plan project

Survey seeking input on bus service open until Nov. 10