- Liberals report radio silence from parties (19)
- ‘Operators feel like they’re sitting on death row’ (9)
- Patient queries hospital staff’s tendency not to wear masks (9)
- Sport Yukon doles out year-end awards (6)
- Lepage Park resurfacing work begins (3)
- Anti-Poverty coalition applauds health report’s conclusions (2)
- Border relaxation details being worked out (2)
- This overeaction has created a welfare state (1)
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Stories published on Tuesday June 2, 2020
- Polarettes cleared to host summer camps On May 21, the Polarettes announced on their Facebook page that they would have to cancel their summer camps because of COVID-19.
- City officials want to examine Tank Farm proposal City administration wants to take a closer look at the proposal to change the designation of a section of the Tank Farm to a mix of commercial and light industrial use.
- Dawson to all Yukoners: welcome back! Mayor Wayne Potoroka aand Chief Roberta Joseph of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nationhave issued a joint press release welcoming the rest of the Yukon to come and visit Dawson.
- Respiratory Assessment Centre closes Following the advice of the chief medical officer the Respiratory Assessment Centre closed last Sunday, 70 days after opening.
- Watson Lake blaze snuffed out Yukon Wildland Fire Management crews responded to a 0.01-hectare critical zone fire near the Watson Lake airport last weekend.
- ‘Monstrations’ appear in reopened Free Space Gallery Whitehorse artist Nicole Bauberger has created a new exhibition in the Free Space Gallery at Northern Front Studio in the Waterfront Station Building.