If the Donation of Food Act passes into legislation this fall, it could be the catalyst the Chilkoot Food Rescue needs to really take off.
The Yukon’s chief medical health officer says suspicions about a case of E. coli from steak purchased locally last week were followed up but ruled out.
Leaders of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in, Na‐Cho Nyak Dun, Vuntut Gwitchin, and the Gwich’in Tribal Council are disappointed by the Yukon government’s new proposals for the Peel River Watershed Land Use Plan.
This Ford truck slid off the Alaska Highway by the Bethany Church at about noon today.
Federal cuts to Parks Canada in the Yukon will be a topic of debate during this session of the legislative assembly.
Following the July 4 death of a five-year-old girl, the territorial government tabled a motion last Thursday in the legislature to ensure movable soccer goals are safe for children.
Crews were out clearing the runway Sunday at the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport.
The Roadhouse on Second Avenue was able to begin serving and selling alcohol once again late this morning after a seven-day suspension of its liquor licence.
Commissioner Doug Phillips, centre, received the first poppy Saturday from the Whitehorse branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.
The White River First Nation has filed a lawsuit against the territorial government for rejecting a decision by the Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board.