Education Minister Scott Kent is in Dawson City to present Doris Roberts, a Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in elder and community educator with the Council of the Federation Literacy Award today, the day before the United Nations International Literacy Day.
Sandy Silver, the MLA for the Klondike, recommends new regulations for oil fired appliances could protect Yukoners more quickly than new legislation.
Air North made company history shortly after 8 a.m. Wednesday when it landed its Boeing 737 jet in Dawson.
Premiers from nine provinces and territories, including the Yukon’s Darrell Pasloski, will participate in a Sept. 10-20 Council of the Federation mission to China.
A meeting room at the Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board’s headquarters was the site of a hair-raising scene earlier this week when plenty of ponytails were chopped off to make wigs for kids in need.
Dawson was the target for a different sort of military invasion last month when the members of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association hit town for a day’s rest along the route of their 2012 Alaska Highway Convoy.
Development could happen closer to the clay cliffs if council adopts the updated Downtown Escarpment Land Use Policy.
Darius Elias, the newly independent MLA for Vuntut Gwitchin, says his recent trip along the entire Dempster Highway proved to be very informative and valuable.