The Alaska Highway reopened Monday evening near Rancheria following the completion of a road detour around the substantial washout at Canyon Creek.
The territorial government is “deploying all necessary resources” to help Yukoners affected by the road closures, washouts and flooding in several areas.
The Yukon’s MP says he will vote in support of the omnibus budget bill despite protests calling for him to stand up against it.
A woman accused of first-degree murder swears she repeatedly lied to undercover officers about her role in a man's death because she was afraid she would lose everything they had given her.
One new human-caused fire was reported Sunday morning in the Mayo district near the Mayo River Bridge.
Gas was at a premium in recent days in Whitehorse
Ex-staffers and the manager and partial owner of Intersport came to the defence of their former/current boss Monday at an ongoing hearing.
There were no injuries in a Riverdale house fire this morning, but damages are estimated at $100,000, says platoon chief Barry Blisner of the Whitehorse Fire Department.
The Yukon NDP Official Opposition is acknowledging the hard work of community volunteers and public servants in the government’s emergency measures, health and social services and highways fields who have worked around-the-clock to care for visitors and neighbours “and get our vital road network back in order.
The First Nation community of Lower Post, B.C., located 25 kilometres south of Watson Lake is in a state of emergency, its leaders say.