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Stories published on Thursday August 13, 2020
- SOY Golf Gala ready for tee-off Aug. 29 is going to be a busy day on the links as Whitehorse Toyota and the Meadow Lakes Golf Club present the Special Olympics Yukon Golf Gala 2020.
- Cypherfest Finale Goes Tonight This year’s Cypherfest will close this evening with a live broadcast from the Yukon Arts Centre.
- Older students to be asked to wear masks Students aged 10 and older will be asked to wear non-medical masks at school next week, according to new guidelines from the territory’s chief medical officer.
- Yukoners receiving calls from fraudster Yukon RCMP are continuing to receive reports of a fraudster calling members of the public from what appears to be police detachment phone numbers (867-667-5551 or 867-(local exchange)-5555).
- Bannock maker to take part in pilot project Teresa Ward, the owner of Grandma Treesaw’s Yukon Bannock and recent graduate of Yukonstruct Startup Bootcamp,