A former Whitehorse daycare owner did discriminate against two employees and failed to prevent sexual harassment at her workplace, Yukon Human Rights Board of Adjudication has found.
A long-time city employee is warning residents about the dangers of leaving fires burning, saying it could easily lead to tragedy if people aren’t careful.
Meet David Thompson, the Yukon building contractor who accidentally wrote a novel.
More than 30 officials showed up last night for a closed-door summit to help map the future of Whitehorse’s struggling Mount Sima.
As the weather warms up, the RCMP are warning residents to make sure valuable items are secured and out of sight after a series of thefts from vehicles in Whitehorse.
Drivers in the territory looking to fill up their tanks ahead of the long weekend have experienced a dramatic surprise at the pumps.
Traffic is once again making its way through the Mendenhall area after flowing water forced the closure of the Alaska Highway west of Whitehorse at midday Wednesday.
Christina Asp has refused to testify in the first-degree murder trial of her boyfriend, Norman Larue, and has been cited for contempt of court.
Three former members of the Humane Society Yukon’s board of directors have been given suspended sentences with two years’ probation and banned from being executives for other societies during that time.
The lead investigator into a 2008 murder says police followed the evidence to two arrests which required a lengthy undercover operation.