The Conference Board of Canada has released its Territorial Outlook for 2012, and the forecast looks good for the territory.
The Carcross/Tagish First Nation has requested its current Financial Transfer Agreement be extended until a new FTA can be agreed upon with the federal government.
Northwestel Inc. is continuing its investigation into last Thursday’s massive outage that knocked out communications across the Yukon, company spokeswoman Emily Younker said today.
Yukoners won’t know until Wednesday whether Yukon Shine has some new investors, but if nothing else, it may benefit from the “Dragon’s Den effect”.
The city may not have a mandate to provide housing, but it could have a role to play in a supportive housing project for those with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
A 48-year-old Whitehorse man had to be airlifted to a Vancouver hospital after he was knocked unconscious and seriously injured in an altercation Friday night.
Francophone comedian Étienne Dano performs Saturday at the Yukon Arts Centre.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC North),
If you look at news stories on the American economy and stock market, it seems clear why investors would want to run the opposite way.
The Yukon government will co-host the Yukon Aboriginal Women’s Summit (YAWS 2) with the Yukon Advisory Council on Women’s Issues on Oct. 13-14.