How do you make your voice heard when you’re one of 22 candidates vying for votes in next Thursday’s municipal election?
The fall sitting of the legislative assembly is scheduled to get underway Oct. 25.
The Yukon Wildlife Preserve has received official accreditation from the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Born and raised in the Yukon, Leona Kains, a city council candidate in the Oct. 18 election, says she’s known for a long time she wanted to run – it was just a matter of when.
Randy Collins wants to be part of the solution.
The Government of Yukon will be receiving $351,525 in royalties from Alexco Resource Corp. and has transferred $1,680,398 in royalties received from Minto Explorations Ltd. to the Selkirk First Nation.
With less than a year in the role, Kirk Cameron is ready for a full term as a city councillor.
The weather pendulum has swung.
A dozen concerned citizens turned out last Friday to protest the lack of an increase in the direct operating grant given to workers at Yukon daycare facilities.