Coronavirus

Phase two of the Yukon’s reopening plan could start July 1

New phase would include travel between B.C. and the Yukon

 

Spas, hair salons, tattoo parlours and more ready for reopening

Many personal services shops set June date to offically welcome back customers

 

Civil liberties group pens letter questioning Yukon’s COVID-19 border restrictions

Canadian Civil Liberties Association arguing the Yukon’s border control measures are unconstitutional

 

Top of the World Highway border crossings remain closed

The Little Gold Creek and Poker Creek border crossings will remain closed…

Yukon government presents COVID-19 modelling systems

Chief medical officer says modelling shows measures worked

Restaurants and personal services businesses to open next week

Industry-specific guidelines for reopening are available online

Two-thirds of Yukon businesses surveyed by StatsCan say COVID-19 has had negative impact

More than 50 per cent expect quick return to normal once physical distancing restrictions lifted

Business relief program extended to July, new tenders on the way

Eighty tenders have been issued so far in 2020; double the amount for this time last year

UPDATED: Yukon government clarifies businesses available to travellers

Travellers can stop anywhere along the approved route in one of the marked communities

Liard First Nation postpones chief, council election

Liard First Nation (LFN) has postponed the election for chief and council…

Yukon Party, NDP demand Silver call legislature back for sitting

Opposition say waiting until the fall is not good enough; deny turning down budget meetings

Yukon government announces plan to reopen

The plan does not include hard dates, but outlines the order of and criteria for reopening

Whitehorse city councillors are returning to council chambers

Councillors Dan Boyd and Laura Cabott joined Mayor Dan Curtis in-person inside…

YG announces help for renters during pandemic

Funds to be based on Whitehorse median rent

How to get dental care during the pandemic

It all starts with a phone call

Premier reiterates plan to reopen coming soon

Details are to be released on May 15, Silver says

Indig/Queer Cabaret bringing drag, burlesque performances to the small screen

The show is part of Gwaandak Theatre’s Awaken Festival, with performers mentored by scene veterans

Yukon reopening plan set for release next week

Government-run campgrounds to open in June, be limited to Yukon residents