Environment

B.C. veterinarian wants 2,900-km wildlife death trap removed

Collapsed, 100-year-old Yukon Telegraph line believed to be killing moose across north

Short-tailed grouse are the singing, dancing lotharios of the avian world

It’s Dirty Dancing for birds, with every male trying to be Patrick Swayze

  • Feb 22, 2018

Porcupine caribou herd reaches record numbers

Population definitely a high, future decline ‘inevitable’: biologist

Solitary, cranky and rare: Wolverines stalk the Yukon wilderness alone

‘They’re the true essence of the wilderness’

Is the Yukon government reducing its emissions? Nobody knows

‘Before we go out and put out any data, I want to make sure that it’s reliable’

Chiefs and former Peel planning chair express happiness, frustration with case

Peel case wouldn’t have had to go to court at all if YG had respected final agreements, say chiefs

It’s time for a Yukon Wetlands Protection Act

Why do we not have one?

  • Nov 14, 2017

All caribou herds aren’t created equal

Biologists warn the Procupine caribou herd is more vulnerable to development than its neighbours

Elk population a headache for Yukon farmers

‘No one gets into farming for compensation. Farmers are trying to grow crops’

Threat of drilling in ANWR a long-fought battle for Gwich’in, environmentalists

‘They’re hoping for another Prudhoe Bay, but they really don’t know’

YG says it will consider upgrading to Alberta standards for capping abandoned gas wells

YESAB recommended a standard that’s technically against Yukon law

Don’t delay C-17

Bill C-17 helps protect the Yukon’s environment. Parliament should not delay approval of it

  • Oct 12, 2017

Bugling: How Yukon’s elk look for love

Scenes from a wildlife viewing

Taking a closer look at Kluane National Park

This summer’s bioblitz uncovered a snail not spotted in the Yukon before

Researchers to study climate change impacts on Mayo, Aishihik rivers

‘Climate change is already impacting Yukon rivers and lakes in ways we don’t fully understand’

  • Aug 3, 2017

Sale of Kotaneelee wells by Apache should not affect abandonment

New owners Paramount Resources responsible for three of four wells

Invaders: Many common ‘wildflowers’ are invasive species in the Yukon

Ox-eye daisies, sweet clover and hawkbeard are among the most common invaders

Don’t rely on bear spray in the back country, experts say

Not knowing how to use bear spray properly can lead to a grizzly scene

  • Jul 27, 2017

Contaminated soil at F.H. Collins now tops 900 cubic metres

Environment Yukon says it will be another week or two before work is done