- Liberals have no comment on poll (48)
- ‘Skate to where the puck is going’: TIA (31)
- Pillai announces series of program extensions (27)
- Disagreement on time issue keeps on ticking (23)
- Parties spar over funding timing (17)
- Government responds to latest opioids deaths (11)
- Cook Street apartment stirs parking concerns (11)
- RCMP unperturbed by 2019 crime statistics (10)
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Stories published on Tuesday March 2, 2021
- Yukon Quest confirms race start in 2022 The Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race has confirmed a race start in 2022.
- The mail must go through – a lesson in pandemic perseverance As the board meeting via Zoom ends, Gaby Sgaga, the president of the Percy DeWolfe Memorial Mail Race Committee, looks to me with a smile on her face.
- Silver Trail to be improved The Yukon government and First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun have reached an agreement to upgrade the Silver Trail from the North Klondike Highway to Mayo and Keno City.
- Government plans to open campgrounds early There might be a lot of happy campers in the Yukon come May 1.
- Data confirm heavy winter’s snowfall Environment Canada meteorologist Doug Lundquist explained Tuesday morning there were 77 centimetres of snow on the ground in Whitehorse as of Monday, or 17 cm below the record of 94 cm set in 1972.
- Independent living complex receives major funding boost A massive new independent living complex for seniors in Takhini has received a windfall from the federal and territorial governments.
- RCMP send out extortion alert Over the past week, the Yukon RCMP have received three reports of underage victims being extorted online.
- NDP nominates candidate in Mountainview New Democrats in Mountainview met virtually Monday evening to nominate Michelle Friesen as the riding’s candidate for the pending territorial election.