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.
A 22-year-old Yukon woman was sentenced Friday to 10 months in custody for attempting to pass drugs in court to a man accused of attempted murder.
Yukon College celebrated its first batch of graduates from four new programs Saturday.
The vast array of common issues facing Canada’s three northern territories dominated discussions at the 11th annual northern premier’s meetings held late last week in Whitehorse.
The territorial government has chosen a new design for the F.H. Collins Secondary School reconstruction.
Thursday afternoon’s abortion rallies were some of the quietest protests Whitehorse has seen in the last year,
The official Opposition continued its line of questioning about safety matters at the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport on Wednesday for the third day in a row.
The Department of Education is making changes to the whole child program run out of Whitehorse Elementary School, to the dismay of the program’s longtime outreach worker.
According to the official Opposition, the runway at the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport needs significant safety improvements.