Three men have been sentenced to two years in jail after an attack which led to a man getting a finger cut off.
The legislative assembly was shut down briefly Wednesday afternoon as a group of youth raised signs in the public gallery protesting the possible development of the Peel watershed.
Yukoners were unable to purchase or check lottery tickets nor play other online gambling games Wednesday because of a problem with telecommunications.
Three Grade 7 students from Whitehorse will compete against 500 other young scientists from across Canada in Charlottetown next week.
Chris May, with Mid Arctic Technology Services
Wednesday evening’s launch of a new book, Herschel Island/Qikiqtaryuk – A Natural and Cultural History of Yukon’s Arctic Island, coincided with the opening of a Herschel Island exhibit at the MacBride Museum of Yukon History.
The inaugural episode of a new podcast series, The Living North, strikes a chord that’s made in the Arctic with a song for Herschel Island called Qikiqtarukf – The Island.
The city is seeking a new concession stand partner at the Canada Games Centre, indoor facilities manager Art Manhire said this week.
Introducing Premier Darrell Pasloski as the guest speaker at last Friday evening’s banquet session of the Association of Yukon Communities (AYC), president Bev Buckway referred to her long struggle to finally have a premier attend an AYC conference.