A former Whitehorse student is suing the Yukon government and the Department of Education claiming negligence after a fall at school caused her head and neck injuries.
The Cantung Mine was back in production Monday following what the company president is calling impressive action take to reopen the Nahanni Range Road.
The recent washout on the Alaska Highway near Watson Lake could be good news for the local chicken population.
All 10 new fires recorded in the Yukon on Monday were started by lightning and are burning in the wilderness zone, George Maratos of Yukon Wildland Fire Management said this morning.
Whitehorse fire chief Clive Sparks is reminding residents of the city’s open fire ban that’s in effect until the end of September.
Last Saturday afternoon’s portion of the Adaka Cultural Festival
It will be at least one more month of month-to-month leasing the Mount McIntyre Recreation Centre for the Whitehorse Curling Club and the Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club.
Three social housing duplexes were unveiled Monday in Whitehorse, the last of the housing projects undertaken with funding from the Canadian Economic Action Plan.
This summer, Karen Zgeb and Amber-Rain Hyshka are going from a place where the sun never sets, to a land that never sleeps.