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Yukon government announces housing first project for Whitehorse

‘It’s too early to quote an amount of money,’ housing minister says of $2.7M project

New bylaw would standardize advisory committee process

‘There’s an obvious effort to ensure transparency’

Feds give $7.5M for community spaces at future Yukon French high school

The funding will help build the gym, theatre and kitchen, Education Minister Tracy-Anne McPhee says

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Rare sperm whale spotted in B.C. coastal waters
Boushie's family say they have little faith in justice system

Alexander Street improvements are a go

Council votes to allow LIC amid misgivings surrounding voting system

YG awards Nares River bridge contract

$12.6 M crossing will replace dilapidated wooden span

Yukon Court of Appeal to hear arguments in Blackjack case

Family of Carmacks woman who died during 2013 medevac wants public inquiry

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Yukon government outlines proposed pot rules

Opposition says revealed plans short on specifics

Project near Takhini Hot Springs to measure Yukon’s geothermal potential

The results could open the door for a new, green way of generating power in the Yukon

Human rights hearing over Destruction Bay pantsing put off until next year

Motel co-owner accused in case did not attend hearing due to illness

Phase 5 of Whistle Bend a go

Next phase of subdivision will eventually be home to around 750 people

Michael Nehass released from custody in B.C.

Yukon man who spent years in WCC awaiting peace bond application, faces no charges

Yukon government reveals proposed pot rules

‘We’re under a tight timeline, everybody is Canada is, so we’re doing this in stages’

Yukon survey shows broad support for legal pot

But there’s no consensus on retail and distribution models

City of Whitehorse budgets $30M for infrastructure over four years

‘I think we’re concentrating on the most important things’

Silver rules out HST, layoffs and royalty changes

Yukon’s financial advisory panel has released its final report

Yukon man holds no grudge after being attacked by bison

‘The poor guy was only trying to fend off someone who he knew was trying to kill him’

Yukon government releases survey on the territory’s liquor laws

Changes could include allowing sale of booze in grocery stores

Bill C-17 passes third reading in House of Commons

The bill, which will repeal controversial amendments made to YESAA by Bill S-6, will now go to Senate