Laliithaa Krish knows that coming to a new country can be an overwhelming and alienating experience, but she also knows a network of friends can help ease the loneliness.
The town of Dawson wants its historic bank back, and it’s asking the Yukon Supreme Court for help.
A young Whitehorse man accused of setting fire to a truck in Porter Creek remains behind bars after a judge refused him bail.
The Yukon’s environmental assessment board is considering a mining operation which would bring cyanide heap leaching back to the territory.
Procon Mining and Tunnelling has pleaded guilty to two counts of breaching safety regulations in connection to a workplace death which occurred nearly two years ago.
An exotic dancer who injured herself while dancing in the Yukon more than a decade ago has lost her bid to get compensation.
Convicted murderer Dean Boucher was in court for his monthly check-in this week, but still without a lawyer and seemingly no closer to getting one.
A young man who was caught in possession of cocaine and Ecstasy has been sentenced to 14 months’ house arrest after he admitted to dealing drugs.
The work will be done by the end of the summer, but the court battle rages on over a $2-million excavating job which Norcope Industries says was improperly given to another company.
The Yukon Housing Corp. seems to be at a standoff with the constructor of the single-parent housing complex in Riverdale over the last $85,000 owed on the project.