A 15-year-old girl was found safe this morning after an intensive search was initiated in Copper Ridge following a 911 call at 3:45 a.m. to report her missing.
Heritage Canada The National Trust is calling on the Yukon government to abandon its plans to demolish the Ross River Suspension Bridge.
Kelly Patrick’s enthusiasm for swimming and just being in the water was evident whether she was playing Fishy In The Middle with a group of toddlers or leading a seniors’ aquafit class.
A series of personal emails between a Whitehorse tire technician and his former partner have shed new light on the workplace conditions of the tire shop — found guilty of breaching workplace safety law in January — where he was crushed by a semi-truck more than two years ago.
Mayo is dealing with more groundwater flooding but no damage to personal property has been reported since water levels began rising last Friday.
Rob Hopkins veers between the innocent and the x-rated.
The city could spend close to $20,000 on festivals and events in the coming year.
Neither the Department of Education nor Education Minister Elaine Taylor are ready to provide a public response to a request from the territory’s three Catholic school councils regarding a policy on homosexuality in the separate system.
Premier Darrell Pasloski has not announced whether his government will extend the monthly electrical bill beyond the March 31 expiry date.
Dr. Aedes Scheer sits back comfortably in the family room at the new Dawson City Community Hospital and Health Services Facility.