Tonga volcano rings bell in atmosphere and wakes Yukoners...
Atmospheric pressure waves make worldwide ripples from volcano in Tonga
Yukon counts 351 active PCR-tested cases
The Yukon’s numbers don’t include rapid test positives
Permits open for the Yukon’s Tombstone backcountry and Kl...
Backcountry camping permits for territorial parks opened on Jan. 5, while reservations for Kluane National Park are set to open on Jan. 19.
Cosy cabins offer a home-away-from-home for your Yukon stay
Whether visiting for work or play, cabins with full kitchens make this an ideal base
Nobody wants the Wolverine mine. Now the Yukon government...
Irreponsible mining project lands on Yukon government and Yukon taxpayers
This week’s mailbox: the Atlin power project and advice t...
Corporations versus the people
Nunavut hamlet fighting COVID-19 and tuberculosis at same...
The mayor of Pangnirtung says the COVID-19 case quickly became his biggest concern.
Yukonomist: Getting lapped by the Taku River Tlingit
Suppose you were a small Indigenous community in the wilds of northwestern Canada, literally at the end of a long gravel road. You were a tiny rounding error...
City news, briefly
A look at city council happenings for the week of Jan. 10, 2022.
Yukon cross-country skiier Dahria Beatty bound for Beijin...
Beatty did what she needed to a Canmore, Alberta qualifier to earn Olympic squad spot.
Yukon government gave over half of at-home rapid tests to...
The government said it is changing tactics, but the decision was criticized by NDP leader Kate White.
Chiefs’ committee criticizes Yukon Education Department f...
An auditor general’s report in 2019 found that the Yukon education system was leaving some students behind.
Yukon welcomes New Year’s baby
Baby girl born at 6:08 p.m. Jan. 1
New restrictions will further limit gatherings, funerals,...
The new limits are set to come into effect on Jan. 18 as Yukon braces for omicron
City scales back plans for new Robert Service Campground ...
Construction could begin in May
Alaskan commercial fishery ‘plundering’ threatened B.C. s...
Commercial fish harvesters in southeast Alaska are netting significant amounts of threatened B.C. salmon even though the bulk of Canada’s Pacific fleet...
Meet the 2022 Volkswagen Taos
The newcomer to VW’s utility-vehicle lineup is small, but it has big boots to fill
YCDC will no longer issuing school exposure notices
The Yukon’s Communicable Disease Control (YCDC) unit will no longer issue COVID-19 exposure notices for schools.
YCDC no longer issuing school exposure notices
The Yukon’s Communicable Disease Control (YCDC) unit will no longer issue COVID-19 exposure notices for schools.
What obliterated this Northwest Territories forest? A dow...
Sarah Sibley
WYATT’S WORLD
Wyatt’s World for Jan. 14, 2022.
Iqaluit says trace amounts of fuel found in drinking wate...
The City of Iqaluit had already confirmed it was investigating after residents complained they could smell fuel in their tap water again.
Whitehorse post office reopens following temporary closure
The post office inside the Shoppers Drug Mart store at the Qwanlin Mall has reopened after shutting for a period on Jan. 12.
Gypsy Queen Lane and Peep Street tagged for renaming in W...
Concerns were cited over negative connotations with both names
Documentary series shows how wildlife veterinarians care ...
The second season of Arctic Vets includes a trip to the Yukon
Permits open for Tombstone backcountry and Kluane glamping
Backcountry camping permits for territorial parks opened on Jan. 5, while reservations for Kluane National Park are set to open on Jan. 19.
Yukon government review of SCAN Act not coming this year
Act allows for summary evictions based on non-criminal investigations of a range of offences.
Lights, camera, funding for Yukon filmmakers
Yukon government announces new funding streams for filmmakers
C/TFN declares state of emergency over drug deaths
C/TFN discussing paths forward with their citizens and calling for coordinated approach
Report details assault and harrasment in Yukon taxis
Nearly 70 per cent of survey respondents had felt unsafe in a cab
Yukon-wide vigils for addiction and mental health planned
People who care about alcoholics and addicts ask for action
Yukon reports 471 active cases
Average of 91 new cases per day this week
WYATT’S WORLD
Wyatt’s World for Jan. 12, 2022.
Whitehorse RCMP make attempted murder arrest
Christopher Bolton, 35, faces charges for Dec. 8, 2021 incident.
Qikiqtaaluk contends with cargo backlog amid latest COVID...
Trevor Wright
Canada Post short-staffed in Whitehorse, delivering parce...
It could take some time and going through letter mail for Whitehorse residents to get packages from Canada Post.
Nunavut imposes ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown amid COVID-19 ...
As part of the order, Nunavut libraries, gyms, arenas and churches must also close. Visitors are no longer allowed in long-term care homes and elders' facili...
Iqaluit drinking water deemed safe again after 60-day do-...
Residents of the Nunavut territorial capital were told on Oct. 12 not to drink tap water after fuel was detected in the city's supply.
Iqaluit frustrated still unable to drink tap water after ...
On Oct. 12, the city declared a state of emergency when fuel was found in the water supply. Residents had complained the water coming out of their taps smell...
Nunavut to get first shipments of COVID-19 vaccine for ki...
Vaccines will be available by appointment at all health centres and at Iqaluit Public Health starting Monday, a release from the government stated.
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