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An individual tested positive over the weekend
Declaration should not cause panic, officials say, and risk level in Yukon remains unchanged
The mine is still in operation but with precautions, including social distancing, in place
A person with COVID-19 attended Bethany Church and Elias Dental earlier this month
Early childhood educator has circulated letter expressing concerns about care centres remaining open
Owners speak to economic impacts of COVID-19
Employers now can recoup costs for sick leave they’ve paid out
Court appearances will be held by phone or video conferencing where possible
While “proofing” your business against the impacts might not be possible, being prepared is.
Commentary: Giving mining companies a pass on COVID-19 restrictions means health risks the Yukon can’t afford
By Lewis Rifkind, Katarzyna Nowak, Anne Mease & Sebastian Jones Human interactions…
Yukon Status of Women Council collecting cell phones, computers for domestic violence victims during COVID-19
The Yukon Status of Women Council put out a call for donations recently
The impact of the pandemic is being felt across city departments
Dawson City anxious and optomistic regarding pandemic.
The Yukon’s chief medical officer of health confirmed a third case the morning of March 25
UPDATED: Northwestel waives internet overage fees, increases monthly caps after CRTC application approved
Customers on cable internet, including Whitehorse, will have overage fees waived for March and April
Decision is part of effort to reduce potential transmission of COVID-19, city spokesperson says
Watson Lake and Carmacks officials speak on community reaction to COVID-19 pandemic.
The territory’s first two cases are a couple who travelled to the U.S. for a conference.
Pillai was in self-isolation after attending a mining conference in Toronto
Yukon’s chief health officer announced further measures to brace for virus March 20