The 2013 spring legislative sitting was nothing short of successful, Premier Darrell Pasloski said Thursday following question period.
Contrary to the premier’s positive look-back on the sitting, opposition party leaders are heading into summer frustrated by unresolved issues.
The Yukon government has agreed to look at changing the probationary period for new employees from six to three months, after amending an NDP motion on the subject.
The NDP pushed the government to commit to housing first and harm reduction models Tuesday in the legislature.
The Yukon government won’t be replacing the tech and trades wing when it begins construction on the new F.H. Collins Secondary School.
The Department of Health and Social Services is on the verge of a non-government organizations (NGOs) funding shift that could see advocacy-only organizations lose support.
The Yukon Hospital Corp. knew as of late May 2012 that Dowland Construction Ltd. had not paid at least one subcontractor working on two rural hospital projects.
Representatives of the Yukon Hospital Corp. appeared before the legislative assembly as witnesses Monday, for the first time since 2010.
As Yukon College faces office reconfigurations to accommodate 12 new and returning staff members, talk of expansion is resurfacing.
The Alaska man who ran the Beaver Creek border crossing last fall has one week left to serve for his crime.