A Hillcrest couple can resume work on the garage and potential garden suite they’ve been building since 2009 after council approved rezoning the property at 34 Roundel Rd. Monday night.
A non-profit group focused on work training for people with disabilities will be asking the city to review a policy that forced it to shut down the café it operated in Shipyards Park.
It’s the tale of a photo of the aurora borealis which landed two competing Whitehorse tour companies in court.
A Yukon research laboratory is set to lose its core operating funds as a result of federal budget cuts to the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
Nick Guenette, a volunteer and avid bird enthusiast, photographs a bird last Sunday at the McIntyre Marsh Bird Banding Station.
Unemployment statistics in the Yukon remained consistent in April, rising only 0.1 percentage points from March.
The Arctic Caucus of the Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) will meet Friday in Whitehorse to discuss economic issues affecting Alaska, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories.
There hasn’t been any ice flowing in the Yukon River at Dawson City for a few days now,
The territorial government, the Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN) and the Yukon RCMP have released a one-year progress report on the implementation of recommendations contained in Sharing Common Ground, the final report from the review of the territory’s police force.
Porter Creek Secondary School hosted a dinner last Thursday evening for approximately 50 people to celebrate First Nations education.