A former surveyor’s assistant ordered to pay back $600,000 received from the territorial workers’ compensation board has been granted a new hearing by the Yukon Supreme Court.
Questions arose in the legislature last Thursday about the possibility of opening a “wet” shelter in Whitehorse.
The RCMP’s Drug Section arrested a Whitehorse man on three drug trafficking counts April 27.
Three people were arrested Saturday afternoon in downtown Whitehorse following reports of a vehicle theft.
Last year's plan to group all of the Yukon’s fire departments under one territorial office, an announcement that was an unexpected bombshell at the time, is gone.
Former Yukon commissioner James Smith signs a copy of ‘ For the Record: Yukon Archives 1972- 2012’ at Friday evening’s launch of the book.
A candidate in the Carcross-Tagish First Nation election believes he and other candidates have been treated unfairly by the First Nation’s government office.
Yukon Wildland Fire Management firefighters responded to two human caused wildfires in the Whitehorse district early Friday afternoon.
The 37th annual general meeting of the Association of Yukon Communities (AYC) assembled in Dawson City over the weekend, with 115 delegates in attendance. This year’s theme was “Engagement”.
Delegates at the 37th annual general meeting of the Association of Yukon Communities (AYC) over the weekend were pleased to hear Community Services Minister Elaine Taylor say the government is moving forward on a number of initiatives that have been high on the AYC’s agenda.