Yukon government

Newly-elected Liard First Nation chief accuses YG of interfering with election

Stephen Charlie says YG’s announcement days before election endorsed previous chief

 

YG signs second Resource Gateway agreement with Liard First Nation

The Yukon government and Liard First Nation (LFN) have signed their second…

 

Carmacks arena delayed

Contractor hasn’t returned to finish work

 

Yukon government announces sports funding

More than $1.6 million in funding was announced June 18

Opposition asks Yukon government to release legal advice on border restrictions

Yukon Party says Yukoners should know how YG made decision to restrict travel into the territory

Petition asks for Yukon’s emergency act, COVID-19 orders to be declared unconstitutional, invalid

Seven people have filed a petition to the Yukon Supreme Court arguing…

Yukon government suspends phone program for vulnerable women after data overage issues

The Yukon government suspended service without warning last month to cell phones…

Respiratory assessment centre in Whitehorse closes doors on advice of CMO

Screening for COVID-19 to be done at Whitehorse hospital, Yukon Communicable Disease Control instead

Community Development Fund awards announced

January intake sees $1.4 million for 24 community projects

Yukon government releases policing priorities

The Yukon government has released its policing priorities for 2020-21. The government…

COVID-19 and reopening dominate talks at Yukon Forum

“What I heard from the chiefs was really positive”

YG announces help for renters during pandemic

Funds to be based on Whitehorse median rent

Territory announces aid for aviation industry

The Yukon government announced in a release on May 4 it is…

No virtual sitting for Yukon legislature

Opposition reacts to lack of opportunity to scrutinize government

Property tax deadlines extended

Yukon property owners have until Sept. 2 to pay taxes this year without penalty

Portions of the Peel now open to mineral claim staking

Staking moratorium in integrated management areas, about 17 per cent of the Peel, lifted April 1