Electoral fraud did occur during the May 2, 2011 federal election, a federal court judge ruled on Thursday.
At 20 years old, Marlene Sudeyko was doing office work at an ad agency in Vancouver.
Whitehorse resident Sharon Miller’s first time playing KENO turned into a lucky lottery experience.
Don’t worry about those 10-year plans, Currie Dixon, the territory’s Environment and Economic Development minister, told Porter Creek Secondary School’s graduating class of 2013 at their convocation ceremony held Thursday evening.
The Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board is lowering the average assessment rate for 2013 following a strong financial showing in 2012.
The wooly mammoth by the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre has been yarn-bombed by Yarn Bomb Yukon.
The City of Whitehorse is apologizing to a local man it mistakenly identified as owing property taxes.
Another incident of a local grizzly bear shot along the roadside has again drawn the attention of the public.
This eagle is seen