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45871news1New tiny homes in Whitehorse are ready to go
45869news2UPDATED: Substitute teachers withdraw lawsuits in light of YTA’s new collective agreement
45858news3Editorial: Lessons learned from flushing $35 million
45850news4Yukon teachers ratify new collective agreement
45856news5Opposition calls for government intervention in the Many Rivers strike
45854news7Yukon set to lose one of its resident psychiatrists
45848news8Yukon government releases proposed carbon tax rebate plan
45852news10Teslin Tlingit Council ‘very happy’ with outcome of federal funding lawsuit, chief says
45833news11Yukon government gives up on Dawson’s wastewater treatment facility, says it’s too expensive
45837news12Canada must take TTC citizenship into account in funding negotiations, Yukon Supreme Court rules
45835news13Yukon Hospital Corp. violated privacy legislation by sharing new mother’s health info, IPC finds
45839news14YG releases regulations for private pot sales
45821news15Snowmobilers rescued after falling through ice on Bennett Lake
45844news16Yukon communities receive funding for FireSmart projects
45831news17Haines Junction receives $6 million to upgrade pipes, drainage systems
45828news18Legislative assembly clerk Floyd McCormick to retire this spring
43009news99999Darryl Sheepway files petition alleging solitary confinement at Whitehorse Correctional Centre
43013news99999Yukon’s youth advocate to conduct ‘systematic’ review of the territory’s group homes
43015news99999Yukon education minister originally opposed French school plans, email shows
43266news99999Inspector, CYFN lawyer talk about WCC inspection at justice conference
43270news99999Gold Rush star Tony Beets appeals pond fire fines
43274news99999Defence lawyer asks Crown appeal of Kolasch acquittal be dismissed
43276news99999Yukon Liberals raise $20,000 at Vancouver hockey game
43520news99999Yukon government employees recorded making disparaging comments about First Nations students
43525news99999Brandy Vittrekwa’s killer to move to B.C. upon release from custody
43531news99999Fire that destroyed Yukon College salmon facility caused $30k in damage
43776news99999Shelley Cuthbert says she and her dogs to be gone from Tagish property by Monday
43778news99999Proxy voting is best barrier-free option, Whitehorse woman says
43783news99999Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Yukon man’s appeal over ‘racially flawed’ jury selection
43787news99999Ross River’s historic footbridge reopens
44038news99999Whitehorse compost contract comes in costlier than expected
44295news99999Yukon liquor survey finds a desire for alcohol in grocery stores
44297news99999Teslin Tlingit Council restricts moose hunt due to overhunting concerns
44299news99999German tourists fined for trying to take fish, grouse from Yukon without permit
44545news99999Development corporation proposes new quarry in Whitehorse
44546news99999A common thread: Toronto artist tells Haines Junction stories with new clothing collection
44549news99999Former Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel pleads guilty to violating Elections Act in 2016 territorial election
44552news99999WCC report recommendations on segregation align with ‘best practices,’ expert says
44554news99999UPDATED: Former Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel fined $1,000 for violating Elections Act in 2016 election
44556news99999Canada Revenue Agency office to open in Whitehorse
44801news99999Former councillor in Mission, B.C., looks for a seat in Whitehorse
44805news99999Public consultation period open for Peel watershed plan
44807news99999Whitehorse City Council passes height amendments for waterfront development
45317news99999Yukon NDP questions the cost of the health department’s medical review
45319news99999Ross River Dena Council appeal set to be heard
45323news99999Yukon government unveils territory’s third electric vehicle charging station
13163business99999UPDATE: Sears Canada closing 59 of its stores across Canada
13169business99999UPDATE: Weaver’s claims of Site C road damage denied
35887business99999Yukon government weighs in on Ottawa’s carbon tax plan
41294business99999Skull of extinct muskox species pulled out of the dirt near Dawson City
41833business99999Casino aims to start YESAB panel review by end of 2018
42001business99999Jibo comes North
42295business99999The week in Yukon mining
42865business99999I’m Fur Real offers platform for artisans to sell their work
43053business99999Alaska Seaplanes announces seasonal flight between Whitehorse and Juneau
43068business99999Capstone not opening second open-pit mine at Yukon’s Minto site
43080business99999Whitehorse business closures reflection of changing consumer priorities, WCC says
43081business99999Whitehorse consumers with gift cards out of luck after sudden closures
43268business99999Black Press Media acquires two new Alaska newspapers
43323business99999Whitehorse’s favourite revue finds new life as Klondike Follies
43387business99999Yukon Bonanza Box offers a surprise taste of the North
43539business99999Soapmaker rebrands Carcross storefront
43634business99999Victoria Gold confident amended water licence won’t slow progress at Yukon’s Eagle mine
43644business99999The Kinder Morgan pipeline: How B.C. got here
43785business99999Alkan Air to cancel Watson Lake flights
43822business99999Whitehorse firm Solvest hopes to grow business with hydroponic farms
43828business99999Claims, costs increase for Yukon workers’ compensation system
43849business99999Yukon contractors start to feel the pinch of Canada-U.S tariff spat
43861business99999Trans Mountain controversy could reshape the political landscape in B.C., Alberta and beyond
43902business99999Competition topples Tippy Mah’s Whitehorse condo plans
44409business99999Challengers set sights on the Yukon’s burger baroness
44584business99999Beer brewer does it different
44654business99999Open sesame: Bullet Hole Bagels sets up shop
45356business99999The great horned owl is the Yukon’s “storybook owl”
45376business99999At HackYG, new ideas to solve old problems emerge
45397business99999The name might be Stirling but he’s going for gold
45874sports1Yukon Quest announces changes due to trail conditions
45860sports4Yukoner Michelle Phillips finishes fifth at Copper Basin 300
45823sports5Dylan Cozens to play for Team Cherry in 2019 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Games
42783sports99999Yukon cross-country skiers compete at B.C. championships
43011sports99999More gold in snowboarding as team sports head to playoffs at Arctic Winter Games
43030sports99999Team Yukon wins 121 ulus at Arctic Winter Games, finishes third overall
43040sports99999Dozen-plus Yukon skiers take part in Ski Nationals
43264sports99999Nadia Moser named to senior national team
43302sports99999Yukon Olympian Johnsgaard says farewell to competitive cross-country skiing
43533sports99999Whitehorse martial artists prepping for Brazilian jiu-jitsu tournament in Alberta
43535sports99999Yukon Open Squash Championships draw talent to Whitehorse
43555sports99999Sunshine, warmth for Pine Grove run
43567sports99999Haines Junction soccer teams grab medals at Yellowknife tournament
43793sports99999Yukon paddlers hit the water for Icebreaker race
43799sports99999Sunshine and smiles at Grey Mountain Gallop
43802sports99999Yukon Selects FC ends futsal season with tournament
44042sports99999South Dawson bests North Dawson to win inaugural Yukon Cricket Championship
44069sports99999Runners race Reckless Raven
44303sports99999Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games underway in Nova Scotia
44311sports99999Yukon Quest field takes shape with 22 opening-day registrations
44313sports99999Whitehorse’s Dylan Cozens scores goal, named alternate captain ahead of Hlinka Gretzky Cup
44319sports99999Flatwater Yukon holds championship regatta
44331sports99999Yukon 1,000 winners finish in less than a week
44579sports99999Whitehorse’s Parker crowned 2018 King of the Canyon
44830sports99999Wiggins wins third One Club Wonder
44834sports99999Yukon Rivermen name roster following John Ferguson Memorial
45067sports99999Rams, Crusaders continue Super Volley winning streaks
45082sports99999Whitehorse’s Dylan Cozens named to Team WHL for 2018 CIBC Canada Russia Series
45098sports99999Yukon marksmen take part in rifle shooting competition
45321sports99999Whitehorse’s Nadia Moser named to biathlon World Cup team
45326sports99999Yukoners make a splash to mark the beginning of the swimming season
45329sports99999World Cup season just around the corner for Yukon skiers
45575sports99999F.H. Collins Warriors basketball teams win Jamie Shaw Memorial Tournament
45805life3Literary bar crawl gives new meaning to the term “run-on sentence”
42247life99999Available Light Film Festival develops
42251life99999Creating curators: Arts Underground to train aficionados in art of exhibition
42261life99999Ice, ice, baby: scaling a frozen Yukon waterfall
42315life99999Painting the past: Kaska artist explores his childhood in new show
42498life99999Notes from a cold, dark road
42530life99999Yukon musician Matthew Lien wants you to get out of your own head
42565life99999Whitehorse singer Kim Beggs releases fifth solo album
42772life99999String spectacle scheduled for Yukon Arts Centre
42779life99999Senior-songwriters are the new singer-songwriters
43036life99999The boreal owl: Yukon’s secretive, bite-sized raptor
43038life99999Fire-grilled feast serves up Indigenous fare
43061life99999For Project Lynx, ‘wrap-around’ support for young victims is key
43090life99999Burning man: Torching the winter blues in effigy
43309life99999Yukon kids learn trapping traditions
43343life99999Strong songs: Yukon youth write and record music videos
43527life99999Anonymous show offers Yukon trans artists a chance to share their stories
43557life99999Dancing northern lights
43598life99999What a relief: Art Anonymous raises money for Yukon artists in need
43791life99999Busy start to Yukon bear season
44063life99999No retreat: Keno arts workshop keeps festival-goers busy
44088life99999Yukon Archives project aims to identify First Nations individuals in historical photos
44101life99999Whitehorse singer Sarah MacDougall’s new record sounds like scenery
44114life99999Sam Roberts has a camping trip
44317life99999Yukon Culinary Festival plays with fire
44348life99999Dawson City artist pushes boundaries of jewellery with new show
44546life99999A common thread: Toronto artist tells Haines Junction stories with new clothing collection
45069life99999VIDEO: Whitehorse resident turns 100
45088life99999Give me a sign: Yukon organization offers a fall sign language course
45351life99999Kwanlin Dün First Nation offers skills training steeped in tradition
45584life99999Learning Indigenous languages means knowing the history that threatened them: director of Yukon Native Language Centre
45863opinion1WYATT’S WORLD
45846opinion4Commentary: A backwards step on saving energy
45841opinion5WYATT’S WORLD
42753opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
42785opinion99999What if we build it and they don’t come?
42786opinion99999Whitehorse’s housing woes are a feminist issue
43017opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
43022opinion99999What part of ‘no’ does the Yukon government not understand?
43272opinion99999An early view on how the carbon tax will affect the Yukon economy
43280opinion99999Governments gone wild: Municipalities in Canada are increasingly out of control
43283opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
43523opinion99999The Liberals’ obsession with secrecy is undermining their own agenda
43543opinion99999Canada ignores Iñupiat in opposing ANWR development
43549opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
43812opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
44032opinion99999Drivers and cyclists alike need to remember to share the road
44034opinion99999Front Street in Dawson City was a Klondike Broadway
44036opinion99999Fill that Dempster fibre
44040opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
44289opinion99999COLUMN: Has social media passed its peak?
44291opinion99999Economists, happiness and barbeque conversations with annoying Outside relatives
44293opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
44301opinion99999No, the City of Whitehorse should not have drones — at least not now
44577opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
44812opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
44819opinion99999Getting your car ready for autumn
45086opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
45313opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
45315opinion99999EDITORIAL: Attention Whitehorse: shovel your sidewalks
45341opinion99999WYATT’S WORLD
45573opinion99999Commentary: Know your rights: Changes to Canada’s criminal driving laws are coming
45582opinion99999Yukonomist: Back to the future on Arctic oil and gas development in Alaska and Russia
45589opinion99999History Hunter: The misfortune of ‘Hard Luck’ Harper
45874home1Yukon Quest announces changes due to trail conditions
45871home2New tiny homes in Whitehorse are ready to go
45869home3UPDATED: Substitute teachers withdraw lawsuits in light of YTA’s new collective agreement
45848home4Yukon government releases proposed carbon tax rebate plan
45850home5Yukon teachers ratify new collective agreement
45863home6WYATT’S WORLD
45856home7Opposition calls for government intervention in the Many Rivers strike
45854home10Yukon set to lose one of its resident psychiatrists
45852home12Teslin Tlingit Council ‘very happy’ with outcome of federal funding lawsuit, chief says
45833home14Yukon government gives up on Dawson’s wastewater treatment facility, says it’s too expensive
45837home15Canada must take TTC citizenship into account in funding negotiations, Yukon Supreme Court rules
45835home16Yukon Hospital Corp. violated privacy legislation by sharing new mother’s health info, IPC finds
45839home17YG releases regulations for private pot sales
45841home18WYATT’S WORLD
45828home19Legislative assembly clerk Floyd McCormick to retire this spring
45821home20Snowmobilers rescued after falling through ice on Bennett Lake
45823home21Dylan Cozens to play for Team Cherry in 2019 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Games
45844home22Yukon communities receive funding for FireSmart projects
45831home23Haines Junction receives $6 million to upgrade pipes, drainage systems
43520home99999Yukon government employees recorded making disparaging comments about First Nations students
43523home99999The Liberals’ obsession with secrecy is undermining their own agenda
43525home99999Brandy Vittrekwa’s killer to move to B.C. upon release from custody
43527home99999Anonymous show offers Yukon trans artists a chance to share their stories
43776home99999Shelley Cuthbert says she and her dogs to be gone from Tagish property by Monday
43778home99999Proxy voting is best barrier-free option, Whitehorse woman says
43783home99999Supreme Court of Canada dismisses Yukon man’s appeal over ‘racially flawed’ jury selection
43785home99999Alkan Air to cancel Watson Lake flights
43787home99999Ross River’s historic footbridge reopens
44038home99999Whitehorse compost contract comes in costlier than expected
44040home99999WYATT’S WORLD
44042home99999South Dawson bests North Dawson to win inaugural Yukon Cricket Championship
44293home99999WYATT’S WORLD
44295home99999Yukon liquor survey finds a desire for alcohol in grocery stores
44297home99999Teslin Tlingit Council restricts moose hunt due to overhunting concerns
44299home99999German tourists fined for trying to take fish, grouse from Yukon without permit
44545home99999Development corporation proposes new quarry in Whitehorse
44546home99999A common thread: Toronto artist tells Haines Junction stories with new clothing collection
44549home99999Former Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel pleads guilty to violating Elections Act in 2016 territorial election
44554home99999UPDATED: Former Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel fined $1,000 for violating Elections Act in 2016 election
44801home99999Former councillor in Mission, B.C., looks for a seat in Whitehorse
44803home99999Arts Underground’s new executive director hopes to help the Yukon’s ‘spunky characters’ find their audience
44805home99999Public consultation period open for Peel watershed plan
44807home99999Whitehorse City Council passes height amendments for waterfront development
45313home99999WYATT’S WORLD
45317home99999Yukon NDP questions the cost of the health department’s medical review
45319home99999Ross River Dena Council appeal set to be heard
45321home99999Whitehorse’s Nadia Moser named to biathlon World Cup team
45568home99999“To Talk With Others” gives Yukon First Nations artists a chance to reflect on old conversations
45575home99999F.H. Collins Warriors basketball teams win Jamie Shaw Memorial Tournament
35946bignews99999Hawaii Mars available to fight B.C. wildfires: Coulson
41515bignews99999The Yukon government is quietly settling lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by a former school principal
41918bignews99999Supreme Court rules Yukon government overstepped in Peel watershed case
45860home25Yukoner Michelle Phillips finishes fifth at Copper Basin 300
45858home26Editorial: Lessons learned from flushing $35 million
45846home27Commentary: A backwards step on saving energy
45805home29Literary bar crawl gives new meaning to the term “run-on sentence”
43026home299999Yukon government makes American Sign Language interpreter job permanent
43264home299999Nadia Moser named to senior national team
43266home299999Inspector, CYFN lawyer talk about WCC inspection at justice conference
43268home299999Black Press Media acquires two new Alaska newspapers
43270home299999Gold Rush star Tony Beets appeals pond fire fines
43272home299999An early view on how the carbon tax will affect the Yukon economy
43274home299999Defence lawyer asks Crown appeal of Kolasch acquittal be dismissed
43276home299999Yukon Liberals raise $20,000 at Vancouver hockey game
43531home299999Fire that destroyed Yukon College salmon facility caused $30k in damage
43533home299999Whitehorse martial artists prepping for Brazilian jiu-jitsu tournament in Alberta
43535home299999Yukon Open Squash Championships draw talent to Whitehorse
43537home299999Despite misgivings, Whitehorse council approves condo incentive
43539home299999Soapmaker rebrands Carcross storefront
43543home299999Canada ignores Iñupiat in opposing ANWR development
43781home299999Chefs showcase Indigenous cuisine in B.C.
43793home299999Yukon paddlers hit the water for Icebreaker race
43799home299999Sunshine and smiles at Grey Mountain Gallop
43802home299999Yukon Selects FC ends futsal season with tournament
44032home299999Drivers and cyclists alike need to remember to share the road
44034home299999Front Street in Dawson City was a Klondike Broadway
44036home299999Fill that Dempster fibre
44291home299999Economists, happiness and barbeque conversations with annoying Outside relatives
44303home299999Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games underway in Nova Scotia
44819home299999Getting your car ready for autumn
45315home299999EDITORIAL: Attention Whitehorse: shovel your sidewalks
45326home299999Yukoners make a splash to mark the beginning of the swimming season
45573home299999Commentary: Know your rights: Changes to Canada’s criminal driving laws are coming
45582home299999Yukonomist: Back to the future on Arctic oil and gas development in Alaska and Russia
45584home299999Learning Indigenous languages means knowing the history that threatened them: director of Yukon Native Language Centre
45589home299999History Hunter: The misfortune of ‘Hard Luck’ Harper
362entertainment99999Testing only
10149entertainment99999Father’s Day comes second behind mom: study
13454entertainment99999‘A palette of gestures’: Capturing Dawson City’s rivers through sound and dance
41132entertainment99999Jenni House artist uses cyanotype to document world around her
41164entertainment99999Yukon Arts Centre kicks off its 25th season
41665entertainment99999November is National Novel Writing Month
44660entertainment99999Fundraising for fire evacuees
44803entertainment99999Arts Underground’s new executive director hopes to help the Yukon’s ‘spunky characters’ find their audience
44827entertainment99999Learning how to bee
44836entertainment99999A pressing matter
44903entertainment99999“Ageing Out” gives youth who grew up in group homes their own voice
44948entertainment99999Out North Queer Film Festival celebrates its seventh year
45025entertainment99999It’s a small world after all
45116entertainment99999Yukon producer Jeremy Parkin uses found sounds to create lo-fi beats
45182entertainment99999Motown modern
45295entertainment99999Project Hue attempts to explore Indigenous identity and skin tone
45347entertainment99999A story 17 years in the making
45477entertainment99999Rob Dickson’s new record focuses on growth
45568entertainment99999“To Talk With Others” gives Yukon First Nations artists a chance to reflect on old conversations
45661entertainment99999Not to be confused with “museum pieces by dead guys”: Problematic Orchestra to hit Yukon Arts Centre this month
45669entertainment99999Former premier Tony Penikett talks northern character
45697entertainment99999Yukon Film Society highlights northern, Canadian films with ALFF iTunes collection
45701entertainment99999There’s no place like home: Whitehorse performer takes to the stage at historic theatre
45770entertainment9999910 Yukoners receive advanced artist awards
10083trending-now99999VIDEO: Glow-in-the-dark toonie coming for Canada 150
35832trending-now99999WYATT’S WORLD
41205trending-now99999Golf, spa and relax in Aboriginal B.C.
41269trending-now99999A fall taste of authentic culinary Okanagan
41353trending-now999995 unique Vancouver Island Aboriginal experiences
41413trending-now99999Travel to the B.C. Interior
41535trending-now99999Five Aboriginal B.C. knowledge keepers to know
42731trending-now99999Black Press nominated for B.C. & Yukon Community Newspapers Association awards
43293trending-now99999As Osoyoos Indian Band flourishes, so too does Okanagan’s wine tourism
43306trending-now99999As Osoyoos Indian Band flourishes, so too does Okanagan’s wine tourism
43373trending-now99999For South Okanagan winemakers, success was destined
43431trending-now99999Indigenous-owned winery in Osoyoos earns acclaim — again and again
43653trending-now9999910 delightful Indigenous experiences in South Okanagan
43713trending-now99999Osoyoos sets the mood for romance
43781trending-now99999Chefs showcase Indigenous cuisine in B.C.
362community99999Testing only
10139community99999Wear your plaid for dad
35906community99999Skagway’s gold rush park offers view of the Gold Rush’s ugly side
41331marketplace99999Four reasons to buy flooring at Canada Flooring Enterprises
43296marketplace99999Your beautiful new kitchen starts here!
44255marketplace99999Dedication to customers is the strongest tool at Home Hardware
44461marketplace9999940 years in the auto industry fuels passion for cars and community
35967letters-opinions99999Rough roads
40585letters-opinions99999Got bears? Blame the bins
40589letters-opinions99999Open letter to Rick Tone
40705letters-opinions99999Get a hep C test, boomers
40791letters-opinions99999Bears have the right to act like bears
40818letters-opinions99999Canada’s health care system is pretty good
40990letters-opinions99999Forest fires: Be prepared
41064letters-opinions99999Preparing for more robots in Yukon mining
41260letters-opinions99999Yukon’s information and privacy commissioner: How medical staff can avoid the risks of ransomware
41265letters-opinions99999Thanks to health care workers
41311letters-opinions99999Road funding jumps the gun
41341letters-opinions99999A placer miner responds: we don’t waste gold
41501letters-opinions99999Don’t delay C-17
41530letters-opinions99999Helping the poor speak up
41757letters-opinions99999Yukon ranchers actually love the elk
41769letters-opinions99999Cheryl Gallant, ad hominem attacks and Bill C-17
41771letters-opinions99999Good fences make good neighbours
41819letters-opinions99999Beware of debt
41867letters-opinions99999Moving patients is bad policy
42010letters-opinions99999Sort those recyclables
42079letters-opinions99999Apology a hard-fought win
42611letters-opinions99999Riverdale rush hour
42846letters-opinions99999Phasing out thousand-dollar bills bad for collectors
42886letters-opinions99999Yukon Liberals’ budget is ‘hogwash’
43321letters-opinions99999Bus passenger left by the side of the road
43543letters-opinions99999Canada ignores Iñupiat in opposing ANWR development
44174letters-opinions99999LETTER: Andrew Scheer may be most underrated political leader in Western world
45158letters-opinions99999Letter: The death of the obituary column
45160letters-opinions99999Letter: I came in last but I didn’t lose
45162letters-opinions99999Letter: I can no longer stand by and watch us fail regarding climate change
10127video99999REPLAY: B.C. this week in video
35830video99999A Dog’s Day
35932video99999Traditional watercraft take to Yukon River
40562video99999Mud slinging in Whitehorse