Yukon government

Dawson City vying for new recreation centre

Early estimates peg the cost of a new complex at approximately $41 million

First Nations, Yukon and Canadian governments sign document to ‘reset’ YESAA relationship

Officials announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding in Whitehorse Dec. 15

Yukon government not expecting to make an early profit from pot

Finance department estimates YG will sell 700,000 grams of cannabis per year

Imagine that: Yukon’s cannabis debate has been reasonable

Politicians here haven’t said anything blatantly insane, uninformed or stupid. That’s a win

In Yukon’s budget battle, politics trumps reason

It’s a shame our politicians have decided to take months of consultation and throw it in the trash

YG awards Nares River bridge contract

$12.6 M crossing will replace dilapidated wooden span

Yukon government outlines proposed pot rules

Opposition says revealed plans short on specifics

Yukon government reveals proposed pot rules

‘We’re under a tight timeline, everybody is Canada is, so we’re doing this in stages’

How sustainable is the Yukon government pension plan?

This column has everything: actuaries, unfunded liabilities, C.D Howe Institute reports….

  • Nov 9, 2017

Public accounts show the Yukon in deficit for 2016-17

Yukon Party originally projected $9.5 million surplus. Documents show a deficit of $5.4 million

Liberals back out of $200M Alaska Highway plan

Government says it still plans to address safety concerns at various intersections

Yukon government pressured to do more to solve Ross River housing woes

Future use of six soon-to-vacant YG staff units remains unclear

Wait list for Yukon subsidized housing doubles

Housing minister Frost declines to say how many units will get built this year

Yukon government remains vague on abuse settlements

‘Approximately’ 40 cases have been launched against the government since 2000, justice minister says

The Yukon government needs to nurse community health centres back to health

If current incentives aren’t getting it done, the government needs to offer more

  • Oct 31, 2017

The Yukon government has spent $2.5 million settling sexual abuse cases since 2000

‘Approximately’ 40 cases have been launched against the government since 2000

Premier, officials in Dawson to discuss Dome Road mining dispute

Residents protest plans to explore for gold in area overlapping ski trails

Tiny change spells relief for Yukon government’s airports act

‘They’re not going to give us a veto, we know that, but they are going to provide us with input’

Silver ‘proud’ of work on airports act

Yukon premier’s patience with Yukon Party questioning wears thing

No plans to increase medical travel stipends Yukon health minister says

Territory gets more money from Ottawa to help with costs but that won’t mean more cash for Yukoners