- Couple seeking refuge in Old Crow are told to leave (37)
- Declaration ‘not meant to alarm Yukoners’ (19)
- New COVID-19 laws won’t mean more patrols, arrests: RCMP (15)
- Several scenarios possible for rest of school year (13)
- Suspend mining, WRFN says (13)
- Fifth COVID-19 case turns up in Yukon (11)
- Agreement approved for Tlingit Street work (7)
- Sixth virus sufferer had travelled in Europe (7)
Supplements published on Friday April 3, 2020
Stories published on Friday April 3, 2020
- The sports look-back continues into November Hello Yukon sport fans,
- A therapist conducts a search for a killer (Bookends) We meet Danielle Rycroft in the midst of a confidential therapist’s worst nightmare.
- Dojo and Haze Pet Of The Week
- The latest plan to quell the pandemic panic It’s a pandemic; be afraid. Be very afraid!
- Camp rules wouldn’t thwart a virus outbreak Being in the category of who the First Nations call “elders” myself,
- Are gold bars more important than our health? During the past few weeks, there has been a public discussion on the need to self-isolate if you have travelled outside the Yukon, and or have some of the symptoms of the COVID-19 flu.
- We need to work, but we’ll keep you safe I am writing on behalf of the Klondike Placer Miners’ Association (KPMA).
- National front gov’t. with three responsibilities (Comment) Face facts with effective, appropriate responses and leave ideological baggage behind.
- Council, residents coping with COVID-19 The City of Dawson is doing its best to adjust to the new reality imposed on everyone by COVID-19.
- COVID-19 clears bases of softball fun Fans and players of one of the Yukon’s favourite pastimes will have to wait on news regarding the start of their season.
- Yukon makes history with glucose funding The Yukon is now the first Canadian jurisdiction to permanently fund continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) for type 1 diabetics up to 18 years of age in the territory.
- Delay carbon tax hike, YP urges Though the prices of gasoline and heating oil have fallen,
- Doing Their Part In A Crisis Camille Bourdet, left, and Karin Martinez Gomez, seen at the Renueva sewing shop on Fourth Avenue, are making masks.
- Dixon receives second MLA’s endorsement Kluane MLA Wade Istchenko is endorsing Currie Dixon to be the next leader of the Yukon Party.
- Clarification on column photo In a photo published last Friday with Gregory Bryce’s Yukon Moments feature,
- Whitehorse employee threatened with death A man has been charged with threatening death to a City of Whitehorse employee.
- Avoid backcountry, public advised Yukon Protective Services is asking people to do their part to support first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic by avoiding trips to the backcountry for outdoor activities.
- Teenager is safe and sound Ava Dedon, the 14-year-old girl who was reported missing on Tuesday, has been located and is safe, Whitehorse RCMP said today.
- Council members take stock during health crisis City council held a special meeting Thursday afternoon to confirm how regular meetings will be conducted while the public health emergency for the Yukon remains in effect.
- Grocery stores adapting to COVID-19 risks COVID-19 has shuttered the doors of non-essential businesses but those that remain open, like grocery stores, have been steadily adopting measures to keep their staff and the community safe.
- Housing project may be done by fall 2021 A public tender has been issued by the Yukon Housing Corp. for a four-storey, 47-unit apartment complex at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Jeckell Street.
- New COVID-19 laws won’t mean more patrols, arrests: RCMP Dr. Brendan Hanley’s directions to stop the spread of COVID-19 are now enforceable by law, and people failing to comply are subject to fines and imprisonment.
- No new COVID-19 cases, fourth person recovered Dr. Brendan Hanley, chief medical officer, provided an update to COVID-19 measures in the territory to round off a week chock-full of announcements.