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Minister of Community Services is raising awareness on single-use plastics
Minister of Community Services John Streicker wants Yukoners to think more about what they can do to help reduce the use of single-use plastics.
Yukon ready for wildfire season
While officials say there are dry conditions in the central and southern part of the territory, Wildland Fire Management says they are prepared for whatever comes their way.
Report finds Yukon youth group home wrongdoing
The special report by the Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner also cleared Health and Social Services in five other complaints.
Updated: Yukon's first private cannabis store on hold
Triple J's Canna Space in Whitehorse says they now have a license from the Liquor Corporation, and will open Thursday.
Low water flow affects Yukon Energy power generation
The corporation says it will have to burn more LNG and diesel to keep up with demand.
Whitehorse city council gets priorities
Council and administration say they will focus on three particular items during this term of council.
Record dry conditions in Yukon
Environment Yukon says with record dry conditions in the southern and central part of the territory, the risk of flooding is low.
Fair Vote Yukon says electoral reform not fair
The group says the Liberal government's plan to set up a commission to study the issue is partisan and should be more public.
Carcross threat results in arrest
Updated: RCMP are investigating after a man allegedly uttered a threat at the Learning Centre.
Yukon highways get new plan
The Roadway Maintenance Improvement Program sets a schedule for work such as line painting, brush clearing, and safety device installation.
New Signs Honouring Whitehorse Olympians on Mount McIntyre
The Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club unveiled new signs on the Olympic trail honouring 3 Whitehorse athletes for their participation in the 2018 Olympics.
Yukon's first private cannabis shop set to open
The owners of Triple J's Music have been at the forefront as the private sales system has been developed, and are working hard toward a store opening April 17th.
Community Counselling and Support Services submit societies application to Yukon Government
The Community Counselling and Support Services Society in Whitehorse has submitted their government proposal to fill the gap caused by the closure of Many Rivers Counselling and Support Services.
Private cannabis sales ready to grow in Whitehorse
City council gives final approval for the opening of cannabis stores in downtown and Marwell with restrictions on location, hours of operation.
Many Rivers sets AGM in Whitehorse
The society which runs the Counselling and Support Service has notified the public of the meeting later in April.
F.H. Collins Secondary School in Whitehorse Evacuated
F.H. Collins Secondary School had to be evacuated after a fire broke out in one of the school's computer labs.