Ranj Pillai is the first candidate in the Yukon Liberal Party leadership race to replace Premier Sandy Silver.
- Constant minimum wage boosts create risk: chamber (25)
- NDP pushes for permanent paid sick days for all illnesses (24)
- Rally goers protest no-cause evictions, end of rent caps (21)
- Realigned fines proposed for maintenance bylaw (18)
- A premier Pillai wouldn’t call a snap election (18)
- MLAs approve motion on statutory holiday (16)
- Dog mushing group disappointed with act’s handling (12)
- Quotas called outfitting industry’s ‘lifeblood’ (12)
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November 25, 2022
- Nelchina caribou herd hunting occasion set The Yukon government is offering a threshold hunt for Nelchina caribou.
November 24, 2022
- Be careful with forming ice, city warns If you don’t know, don’t go, the City of Whitehorse advised Thursday.
- MLAs approve motion on statutory holiday An NDP bill to make National Truth and Reconciliation Day (Sept. 30) a statutory holiday in the Yukon was adopted in the legislature with unanimous consent Wednesday.
- NDP dissatisfied with work on wetland policy The Yukon’s wetland management policy is supposed to be finalized before the year’s end, but government research on how wetland development disturbs stored carbon will take much longer.
- Yukoners 12-plus eligible for another COVID-19 booster To increase the territory’s immunity during the respiratory season, Yukoners 12 years of age and older are now eligible for another COVID-19 booster – regardless of how many previous boosters they have had.
- The Tradition Continues The Salvation Army’s annual kettle campaign kick-off took place Wednesday morning.
- Putting People First annual report released The Yukon government has released the first Putting People First annual report, providing an update on the work being done to implement the report’s 76 recommendations.
- Important Concepts Debated Respectful travel guidelines were discussed Tuesday at the Yukonstruct Talk: Perspectives of People and Place.
November 23, 2022
- Quotas called outfitting industry’s ‘lifeblood’ In the spring, the Department of Environment caused a stir amongst outfitters, and the opposition, when it moved to change hunting quotas across the territory.
- Realigned fines proposed for maintenance bylaw City council is being asked to approve a new structure for levying fines imposed under the city’s maintenance bylaw.
- Rally goers protest no-cause evictions, end of rent caps For National Housing Day, Whitehorse residents and advocates gathered outside the legislative assembly on Tuesday to protest no-cause evictions and the expiration of rent control in the territory.
- History made as First Nation School Board trustees elected Photo Spread