Yukon

Yukon officials issue warning after three fentanyl deaths last month

There were also a handful of overdoses that did not result in deaths

New transitional home opens its doors

Supportive housing, semi-independent living and drop-in services are set to be offered

CPAWS Yukon hosting second annual art pop-up shop celebrating northern wilderness

The event takes place at CPAWS Yukon’s office on Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Santa Claus is coming to town

Parade set for Main Street Dec. 7

Child Development Centre marks 40 years of service

CDC now serves families throughout the territory

Triple J’s expands offerings with new skin care line

The products feature Canadian ingredients and environmentally-friendly packaging

Whitehorse Transit – there could soon be an app for that

The app would provide real-time information on the bus schedule

Public hearing will focus on seniors housing development

Bylaw would alter parking and boundary alignment

RCMP arrest two following downtown Whitehorse shooting

Police say a man was shot early Sunday morning outside the 202 Motor Inn in Whitehorse

Plan for Keno Way commercial zone moves ahead

Public hearing scheduled for Jan. 13

Silver waffles on electoral reform plans

He now says he supports an all-party committee. He disagreed with the idea in October

Yukon Avalanche Association reintroducing full forecast program in January

A field team will be out in the White Pass and Wheaton Valley several times a week testing snowpack

Public brings ideas to meeting on how to save Whitehorse animal shelter

Better communication with the public, adopting best practices from other shelters and…

After more than 50 years, Trans North is looking for new owners

Company will cease operations as of April 30, 2020

CYFN launches rural food program

Individual First Nations will work with CYFN on program delivery

CBC North reverses decision to replace local a.m. newscasts with ‘pan-northern’ model

Staff at CBC Yukon felt ‘shock and disappointment’ over the original plan, made public Nov. 18

Poor Creature, Yukonstruct case to be heard in court next month

Yukonstruct is seeking to have The Poor Creature evicted, while café owner arguing to stay

CPAWS Yukon ‘disappointed’ controversial writer to give keynote at Yukon Geoscience Forum

Vivian Krause is scheduled to deliver a keynote address at the forum on Nov. 16.

YG releases ‘ambitious’ plan to combat climate change

It calls for lowering greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent by 2030