As the long-awaited meeting among chiefs, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and federal government officials began Friday afternoon in Ottawa, Idle No More rallies took place across the country.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has agreed to a follow-up meeting in coming weeks regarding First Nations treaty relationships, after meeting with chiefs in Ottawa Friday afternoon.
No. Spring has not arrived early.
A former Yukon petroleum company has been given a bit of a break after pleading guilty to five charges under the federal Environmental Protection Act.
Protesters at Friday afternoon’s Idle No More march in Whitehorse were left in shock after they say a truck driver sped up and intentionally came within inches of the crowd in an effort to intimidate them.
Watson Lake Mayor Richard Durocher is expressing his gratitude to City of Whitehorse crews for their work in helping workers from his community repair a broken sewage pipe that saw Johnson Elementary School closed Friday.
A former Tr’ondek Hwech’in chief and long-time defender of aboriginal rights in the Yukon has passed away at 60.
Dawson’s second Idle No More protest gathering held Friday afternoon was a good deal chillier than the one on New Year’s Day, but drew a few more people.