sexual harassment

A free legal clinic providing information to those who have experienced workplace sexual harassment is now open in Whitehorse. (Pixabay Image)

Legal clinic offers advice about sexual harassment in Yukon workplaces

Appointments are available three days a week, both in person and remotely


A taxi cab rooftop sign in Whitehorse on Feb. 2. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News)

Online survey investigates taxi safety

Two women’s advocacy groups have launched an online survey collecting Yukoners’ negative…


Ketsia Houde-Mclennan, acting executive director of the Women’s Transition Home in Whitehorse, poses for a photo outside Betty’s Place in Whitehorse on Dec. 8. Houde-McLennan said she no longer thinks it’s safe to send women places in local taxi cabs. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News)

Despite changes, several accounts show cab safety still an issue in Whitehorse

Several women have recounted frightening taxi experiences, showing it remains a pervasive issue


Yukon Human Rights Commission launching campaign to target workplace harassment

Initiatives will include two conferences and training to prevent sexual harassment

Carcross/Tagish chief removed from office

According to a statement, the First Nation will hold a byelection.

Former Goody’s employee drops sexual harassment lawsuit

The Yukon Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit against a Whitehorse gas…

Former Whitehorse gas station employee sues over alleged sexual harassment, assault

Susan Lynn Keleher alleges there was a ‘campaign’ of sexual harassment and assault against her

City of Whitehorse tells taxi passengers who feel unsafe to not travel alone

Suggestion criticized by advocates for placing burden of safety on passengers, not taxi companies