The Yukon River’s chinook salmon need everybody working together if they are going to survive.
Yukon conservation officers are looking into the discovery of a bear carcass found near Klukshu village in the Kluane area last month.
The Yukon’s Department of Finance was sent to the principal’s office last week.
The Yukon Party says it’s pleased the territory will include mandatory Holocaust education as part of the curriculum for all students.
- Bus passes would be given to select riders (9)
- Hospital plans to curtail its surgeries (3)
- Public accounts’ late tabling called ‘clear non-compliance’ (2)
- Holocaust education to become a requirement in Yukon schools (1)
- In loving memory of Richard Brian Fast (1)
- Pillai promoting Yukon mining in Europe (1)
- YMA concerned that surgeries cutback may be extended (1)
- Government begins review of Child Care Act (1)
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December 1, 2023
- Shooter has four years to serve Malakal Tuel was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in jail for shooting John Papequash in the head outside the 202 bar on Jarvis Street in 2019.
- Bald eagle is set for release The Yukon Wildlife Preserve is inviting the public to a special event on Sunday.
- Correction The NDP wants to clarify some points on its reaction to the City of Whitehorse’s proposal for free transit for some members of the public, as reported in Wednesday’s Star.
- UCAY to host a borsht fundraiser The Ukrainian a Association of Yukon (UCAY) will hold a borsht fundraiser from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Legion Hall, 503 Steele St.
- YG heard need for sobering centre The Yukon government was given a short list of items to work on when it held its community safety forum recently.
- Yukoners affected by dementia have new support line The Yukon government and the Alzheimer’s Society of British Columbia have partnered to launch the First Link® Yukon Dementia Helpline to support Yukoners afflicted by dementia.
- New apartment project planned for Dawson City The Yukon Housing Corp. (YHC) is in the midst of planning to add a 34-unit apartment building to Dawson’s housing stock.
November 30, 2023
- CMHA welcomes three-digit suicide prevention line Beginning today, people anywhere in Canada can call and text 9-8-8 if they’re thinking about suicide or are worried about someone who is.
- Capital budget attracted limited citizen feedback There didn’t seem to be a lot of public interest,
- Food for Fines program approved Whitehorse’s annual Food for Fines program was approved during Monday evening’s council meeting.
- Guild Presentation Goes This Evening .
- Lived Experience Forum planned Another Lived Experience Forum is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Gold Rush Inn.
- The Best In Local Jazz .
November 29, 2023
- Bus passes would be given to select riders Free transit could be coming to Whitehorse sometime next year. Just not for everyone.
- No charges urged in officer-involved shooting The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) has concluded its investigation into a 2022 police-involved shooting in Whitehorse without recommending any charges be laid.
- Pillai promoting Yukon mining in Europe Premier Ranj Pillai is off in Europe this week attending mining conferences to try to drum up investment and find new partners for critical mineral projects in the Yukon.
- Court dismisses case launched against CEMA A court case launched by seven Yukoners against the territorial government’s use of the Civil Emergency Measures Act (CEMA) has been decisively dismissed by Chief Justice Suzanne Duncan in the Supreme Court of Yukon.
- Choir Set For Friday, Saturday The Whitehorse Community Choir is presenting Christmas Through Time, the annual Christmas concert at the Yukon Arts Centre, on Friday and Saturday.
- Young musicians showcased at annual recital Photo Spread
- A Sign Of The Times A truckload of Amazon orders