Yukon

Wolverine receivership hearing on pause after Yukon Zinc files for protection

“It’s like putting a band-aid on an open chest wound”

Bear euthanized after killing dog near Tutshi Lake highway pullout

A black bear was euthanized July 29 after killing a dog at…

City considers asking YG to run Schwatka float plane base

The possibility of the Yukon government taking over the Schwatka Lake aerodrome…

Crime down in the Yukon in 2018, according to StatsCan

Crime, overall, went down in the Yukon in 2018 compared to 2017, according to data released July 22

Andrew Scheer tells Yukoners he’ll get rid of the carbon tax if elected

The Conservative Party of Canada leader was in Whitehorse this week

Affordable housing in the downtown

A dozen units will be sold at or below median price

Wildfire smoke leads to air quality advisory across the Yukon

Children, elderly people, pregnant women and people with heart or lung disease should limit activity

Carbon is now taxed in the Yukon

This means higher prices at the pumps, rebates and more

Help wanted to end homelessness

Advisory board is looking for more members to administer federal funds locally

Whitehorse council defers vote on climate change declaration until September

The decision comes after a lengthy debate in front of a packed room

Whitehorse’s Dylan Cozens set to make history at 2019 NHL Entry Draft

The Lethbridge Hurricanes star is poised to be the first Yukoner selected in the first round

New wheelchair accessible trail at Wolf Creek campground opens

The trail, Tän Tágà Shro, also features interpretive signs in Southern Tutchone, English and French.

Another bridge has been blocked off along Annie Lake Road

Some groups say this will hinder access to the backcountry

Operation Nanook prepares emergency responders for the worst

Mock scenario saw neighbourhoods evacuated as fictional wildfire approached

Yukon students duke it out at 2019 Elementary Schools Track and Field Meet

The one-day meet saw athletes compete in four track events and four field events

Whitehorse teacher wins Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Marie Bélanger was the only Yukoner to get the award this year

National inquiry calls violence against Indigenous women and girls genocide

Report makes 231 recommendations for governments, institutions and Canadians

Kluane ice cave collapses

The popular natural attraction finally met its fate earlier this month.

Fire ban in place throughout southern Yukon

The ban applies to all open fires