- Secondary school to receive new name (33)
- Liberals ‘politicizing’ top doctor job, Yukon Party says (26)
- Leaders’ forum was held in Old Crow (14)
- High waters still a concern in rural Yukon (8)
- Please join us for the Celebration of Life Jim Logan (2)
- Yukon River Quest engages risk management consultant (2)
- Input sought on the regulation of geothermal resources (1)
- Wastewater screening program to be created in Haines Junction (1)
June 20, 2022
- Bank’s museum honours educator The Bank of Canada Museum is honouring two outstanding educators with a new award that recognizes exemplary work in teaching students about the economy.
- A Rocking Finale Grand Chief Peter Johnston of the Council of Yukon First Nations hosts the Rock the Talk show on CHON-FM.
- Students to benefit from program Plans are being made to provide to Yukon First Nations students a free virtual coding training program, access to local mentors, and the opportunity to seek an entry-level technology position upon graduation.
- Yukon Kennel Club dog show 2022 Photo Spread
- Elder honoured on his 95th As Chief (Khäke) Roberta Joseph noted at the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Community Hall last month,
- Firefighters rescue canoeists from Miles Canyon Three lucky canoeists were rescued by the Whitehorse Fire Department last Thursday evening at Miles Canyon.
- High waters still a concern in rural Yukon Flooding is continuing to be a problem for several Yukon communities.
- Leaders’ forum was held in Old Crow Premier Sandy Silver and his cabinet, Council of Yukon First Nations Grand Chief Peter Johnston and First Nations chiefs met last Thursday in Old Crow at the Darius Elias Community Centre, and virtually, for the Yukon Forum.
- Blazes have firefighting crews in action Yukon Wildland Fire Management reported six new blazes over the weekend, most of them in the Klondike region.
June 17, 2022
- Mocha Pet Of The Week
- Kudz Ze Kayah project takes another step The federal and Yukon governments have come to a joint decision that concludes the environmental and socio-economic assessment process for the proposed Kudz Ze Kayah mine project.
- Elaborate on flood preparations, YP tells government Connective, in partnership with the Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN), will assume operations of the large shelter for the homeless at 405 Alexander St. on Oct. 1.
- Key artery into city now back in Service Commuters approaching the city from the south this morning welcomed a long-lost option.
- Story Of Tagish Elvis Part 2 The Colourful Five Per Cent Illustrated
- Don’t miss special supplement! It’s that time of year again. The Yukon River Quest supplement is available in today’s Star.
- Complaints about revised routes taken seriously: acting mayor Acting Whitehorse Mayor Ted Laking says the city is taking the complaints about changes to transit services seriously following a near-viral reaction on social media.
- City assesses complaints about bus drivers Whitehorse Transit has been investigating two separate complaints from cyclists about the behaviour of some of its bus drivers in recent days.
- Recreational sockeye, chinook fishing banned Recreational sockeye and chinook salmon fishing in the Alsek River are off the table.
- ‘They had much of their lives left’ A Yukon man who was driving in a fatal crash in May 2019 has been sentenced to 23 months in jail.
June 16, 2022
- RCMP search for stolen vehicle Whitehorse RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a pickup truck stolen early Tuesday morning in the downtown core.
- Entertainment In The Park The Arts in the Park kids’ show featured ‘Come What Mae: Drag Monarchs That Slay’ at noon Wednesday.
- McPhee recognizes World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Tracy-Anne McPhee, the minister of Health and Social Services issued the following statement for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (the past Wednesday).
- Registration for free coding training ends today Registration has opened for Yukon First Nations students to register for a free virtual coding training program, access to local mentors, and the opportunity to seek an entry-level technology position upon graduation.
- Electricity failure pinpointed Last week’s major power outages around southern Yukoan have been traced to the Aishihik power plant operated by Yukon Energy.
- Centre ready to accept potential flood evacuees With flood waters still threatening parts of the Yukon, the territorial Emergency Support Services (ESS) facility is ready to accept Yukoners at the Canada Games Centre (CGC) if they have to leave their homes due flood waters.
- Connective, CYFN to operate downtown shelter Connective, in partnership with the Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN), will assume operations of the large shelter for the homeless at 405 Alexander St. on Oct. 1.
- New chief medical officer has dabbled in politics The Yukon has a new chief medical officer of health. One with ties to the Liberal Party of Canada.