Yukon government

Ross River’s historic footbridge reopens

‘This bridge, over time, has filled the needs of our people’

Yukon’s government-owned Kotaneelee well set to be abandoned this summer

Work on the well should be completed by early August, according to a request for proposals

YG names committee for review of Child and Family Services Act

Government says it hopes to table report in the fall

It’s time for the Yukon government to get into bus service

With Greyhound’s last departure, Yukoners have even fewer transportation options

Whistleblower’s lawyer accuses Yukon government of stalling

The Yukon government says portions of Jarrett Parker’s lawsuit are unclear or should be withdrawn

Yukon Zinc pleads guilty to Quartz Mining Act charges

‘The company takes these issues seriously’

In court, former Yukon government employee claims he was fired for ‘whistleblowing’

Andrew Schaer is seeking a judicial review to get his job back

Yukon government reveals proposed access to information changes

‘Actions will speak louder than words’

Yukon government eyes ways to cut garbage going to landfills

‘For our municipalities, this has been a real concern’

Yukon picks site of territory’s first pot shop

Shop will take over lease of a building used by Department of Highways and Public Works for storage

Canada withdraws Klondike world heritage site bid

Governments refuse to release assessment report

A behind-the-scenes look at Yukon’s Emergency Co-ordination Centre

Media were invited to a mock activation of the centre May 8

Yukon Supreme Court strikes petition by former YG employee seeking to be reinstated

In her decision, Justice Myra Bielby described Juanita Wood as a vexatious litigant

YG confirms carbon tax rebate for municipalities and First Nations

‘I’m sure we will get information out in time for before the carbon price starts to be charged’

The Liberals’ obsession with secrecy is undermining their own agenda

If carbon pricing fails, the Liberals will have nobody to blame but themselves

Yukon government bringing in outside help to investigate group homes

‘We are trying to determine why we were given information that was perhaps not accurate’

Yukon government employees recorded making disparaging comments about First Nations students

Andrew Schaer, a former Department of Economic Development employee, says he secretly recorded a meeting in September

  • May 11, 2018

Delay of game: late spring means Whitehorse sports fields aren’t ready yet

‘We’ll be working as quickly as possible to allow the sports groups access’

Uptick in mining bodes well for the Yukon: Conference Board

Conference Board of Canada is forecasting GDP growth thanks to new mines coming online

Yukon receives $445 million in federal infrastructure funding

Cash includes money for green infrastructure, energy, public transit