Coronavirus

Group of B.C. First Nations announce mutual support of travel, hunting restrictions

Group of B.C. First Nations announce mutual support of travel, hunting restrictions…

 

Yukon government recommends wearing masks and preparing for sick days as kids return to school

The press conference also provided an update on the most recent COVID-19 case

 

UPDATED: Yukon privacy commissioner releases information on COVID Alert app

The office of the IPC has said it has no stance on whether Yukoners should download the app

 

Students prepare for online learning as Yukon University announces fall semester

The school plans to support students who may struggle with remote learning

New case of COVID-19 in Whitehorse

CMO says this is the first locally-acquired case but not an example of community transmission

Organized sports ramp up for fall amid new restrictions

Limited summer programs have gone well, groups say

No new COVID-19 cases despite infection ‘wake-up call’

Testing surged this week after the government released new information about infected visitors

Possible COVID-19 exposure in Dawson City and Whitehorse

Anyone who has developed symptoms is asked to self-isolate

Majority of Yukon businesses don’t have employees working remotely during COVID-19, survey says

Less than a third of businesses have any portion of their workforce working remotely

Looking ahead to a very different 2020-2021 school year

“Everybody’s trying to figure out the safest way to get kids to the classroom. It’s not easy.”

Waiving business licence fees would cost city close to $500,000

City looks at options to assist businesses impacted by COVID-19

Yukon introduces vehicle decals for visitors allowed to travel within the territory

Premier Sandy Silver and Dr. Brendan Hanley also gave more details on Phase 3 at July 22 update

Protest staged over school changes

More events to be held in opposition to 2020-2021 year plans

North heard ‘very clearly’ in report on Canada’s COVID-19 financial response, Yukon senator says

Canada’s Standing Senate Committee on National Finance has released an interim report…

School plans criticized

“I don’t think they have thought this through”

Two Yukoners contract COVID-19 Outside

The two individuals were not contagious while in the Yukon

Yukon continues heading towards Phase 3 of reopening

‘We can not let our guard down now’, premier says

City parks patio proposal

Council will not move forward with changes to patio rules this year

Getting back to the classroom

Plans outlined to return students to class in the fall