Those looking to help out the family of a Home Hardware staffer who died following a workplace mishap earlier this month can do so by donating at Scotiabank.
The Yukon’s ombudsman wants the government to implement a more effective method to protect whistleblowers from reprisals than what is proposed in the recently released information package on Public Interest Disclosure of Wrongdoing legislation.
Jaylie Johnson, three, took part in Saturday’s Easter egg hut at the Yukon Arts Centre.
Students from across Yukon are gearing up for the 16th annual Yukon/Stikine Heritage Fair competition.
The Victoria Gold Yukon Student Encouragement Society, with the in-kind support of Yukon Education,
Mary Bradshaw receives the Yukon Historical and Museums Association’s Helen Couch Volunteer of the Year Award last Thursday
The Yukon government is posting new signs to generate awareness about aquatic invasive species and to help safeguard the territory’s biodiversity.
Michael Schmidt was found not guilty last Thursday of impaired driving causing bodily harm to Jessica Frotten and Michael Sanderson.
Three U.S. residents have learned over the past couple of months just how difficult it is to get firearms from Alaska into the Yukon, with a number of firearms charges being laid.
Securing more than $2.5 million in Yukon government funding over the next five years means the Northern Institute of Social Justice can continue its work bringing training to front line workers not only in the Yukon, but across the North.