The territory’s RCMP traffic division had a busy week last month.
It’s likely to be a slow season for Yukon Wildland Fire Management, but crews will be prepared with a new group of aircraft on contract to the territory from Outside.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) may soon return to the Yukon.
About 75 people took to the streets of Whitehorse Wednesday evening to stand in solidarity with striking students in Quebec.
A pilot walked away without injury after his helicopter crash-landed in McIntyre Creek this morning.
Merv Bales, a Whitehorse father, husband and lead guitar player, passed away May 14 at the age of 74.
The Whitehorse Fire Department will soon have 12 new volunteer firefighters.
The Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board has announced its fourth year of assessment rate decreases.
As the tourism season approaches, the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce has released a survey to determine the effects crime and vandalism have had on local business.
Beginning in June, Yukon College will be hosting its first policing and justice orientation program.