Yukon government

Justice department releases Yukon policing priorities for 2018-19

Priorities for this year include addressing violence towards women and building better relationships with First Nations

Yukon’s housing-first project set to go over its original budget estimate

The lowest bid came in at $3.9 million. The government originally estimated $2.7 million

Kaska Dena Council hunting consultation trial wraps up

Yukon government has a ‘selective case of amnesia’ about the KDC, the society’s lawyer said

Kaska Dena Council in court over hunting licences

‘Consultation is not a “the more the merrier” proposition’

Fur Real wins Yukon Innovation Prize

‘As trappers and crafters, we’re just busy trapping and sewing’

Wood smoke in Whitehorse neighbourhoods could pose health risk, officials say

‘It’s enough to say yeah, there’s a risk and we need to do something about it’

Yukon government releases new recycling surcharge plan

Surcharges on several items are significantly lower than what the YG proposed last year

Placer miners win carbon tax rebate from Yukon government

Northern airline industry exempted from levy by Ottawa

Yukon government’s giveaway of millions to Northwestel is a huge mistake

All Northwestel has to do to rake in a $64-million public subsidy,…

Wildlife, education top agenda at Yukon Forum

‘All these measures need to be discussed at a higher level’

Yukon contractors start to feel the pinch of Canada-U.S tariff spat

‘I think it’s absurd that we have tariffs because of national security…. It’s ridiculous’

Former YG employee’s lawsuit put on hold pending result of complaint

A lawsuit against the Yukon government by a former employee has been…

Yukon government promises more details on DM severance, eventually

YG claims releasing even total number of dismissals, payouts would violate ATIPP rules

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