Yukon courts

Ibex Valley murder trial witness testifies she was kidnapped, threatened by accused

Juanita Johnson said a man named “Tanner” told her she would end up “just like Adam”

Adam Cormack killed over a missing gun, witness tells jury

Alain Bernier testified Edward James Penner had told him and his girlfriend about shooting Cormack

Trial begins for B.C. man accused in 2017 Whitehorse murder of Adam Cormack

Edward James Penner, 22, is facing a charge of first-degree murder

Professional misconduct ruling against Whitehorse pharmacist overturned

Judge overturned ruling after finding pharmacist was treated unfairly throughout investigation

Dawson City placer miner sues Yukon government, alleges expropriation of claims

Darrell Carey filed a statement of claim on Aug. 16

UPDATED: Judge declares mistrial in impaired driving case

Duncan found that there were mistakes in the jury selection process

Court of Appeal dismisses ex-Yukon government employee’s case

The Yukon Court of Appeal found the Yukon government had valid reasons to fire Andrew Schaer

Whitehorse Domino’s takes Panago to court over alleged business “conspiracy”

Domino’s claims the people behind Panago conspired to open a pizza shop within 500 ft of its location

Passenger sues estates of drivers killed in 2018 North Klondike Highway crash

Jennifer Skookum claims she was left with lasting injuries from the December 2018 collision

Yukon woman found guilty of selling crack to undercover officer in 2017

Diana Johns’ lawyer says he’s planning on launching an entrapment application

Yukon Supreme Court strikes down mandatory minimum sentence for sexual assault of a minor

Deputy Justice Bonnie Tulloch found that a minimum one-year jail sentence violates the Charter

Yukon Supreme Court dismisses RRDC case on hunting licences and seals

Justice Ron Veale found that there was no reason to make any of RRDC’s requested declarations.

Accused in Whitehorse crash that killed two teens granted bail

Anthony Andre, 21, was granted bail on May 24.

Judge dismisses Whitehorse fentanyl smuggling case against Toronto man

Judge Michael Cozens dismissed the case against Jibril Hosh Jibril on May 23

YG mulls tying payment of environmental fines to driver’s licences

About $200K in fines are still owed, some from as late as 1989

  • May 24, 2019

Trial of Toronto man charged after Yukon fentanyl bust underway in Whitehorse

Jibril Hosh Jibril has pleaded not guilty to one count of possession for the purposes of trafficking

Judge orders eviction of Kopper King trailer over drug activity after SCAN investigation

Justice Suzanne Duncan issued the order March 22. The trailer will be closed off for 90 days

Women ordered to pay more than $800k in Dawson defamation case file appeal

A jury found earlier this year that Audrey Vigneau and Susan Hermann had made defamatory comments

Yukon Supreme Court rules against Kaska Dena Council in hunting consultation case

KDC claimed Yukon government had to consult before issuing hunting licences, tags in southern Yukon