Yukon justice department commits to ATIPP change after Ne...
The Yukon justice department has made changes to how it handles access-to-information requests The post Yukon justice department commits to ATIPP change afte...
Tiny homes to help the precariously housed in Champagne a...
The project was formally unveiled on Oct. 12 The post Tiny homes to help the precariously housed in Champagne and Aishihik First Nations appeared first on Yu...
NEWS: Cancelled-barge customers in western Nunavut want c...
CAMBRIDGE BAY—The promised airlift of materials from a cancelled barge in Inuvik is now underway. But for customers in Cambridge Bay who won’t see their truc...
Give me a sign: Yukon organization offers a fall sign lan...
Class is in session for the YACL’s fall sign language course The post Give me a sign: Yukon organization offers a fall sign language course appeared fi...
NEWS: Western Nunavut youth want better living conditions...
CAMBRIDGE BAY—Youth in western Nunavut want more housing, less poverty and better, or what they call “proper,” parenting, in which parents take an active rol...
NEWS: Western Nunavut youth want better living conditions...
CAMBRIDGE BAY—Youth in western Nunavut want more housing, less poverty and the need for better, or what they call “proper,” parenting, in which parents take ...
NEWS: Eviction notices go out to a few dozen Nunavik soci...
The Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau says that final eviction notices have gone out to roughly 68 non-paying tenants—who could be out of social housing by th...
NEWS: Western Nunavut town opts to dump alcohol restrictions
CAMBRIDGE BAY—The residents of Kugluktuk voted today on whether or not to dump their alcohol education committee, which had the power to refuse any request t...
NEWS: Western Nunavut town opts to dump alcohol restrictions
The residents of Kugluktuk voted Monday on whether or not to dump their alcohol education committee, which had the power to refuse any request to bring alcoh...
NEWS: Western Nunavut town opts to dump alcohol restrictions
(Updated, 10:15 a,m,) The residents of Kugluktuk voted Monday in favour of dumping their alcohol education committee, which had the power to refuse any reque...
NEWS: Western Nunavut town opts to dump alcohol restrictions
(Updated, 10:15 a.m.) The residents of Kugluktuk voted Monday in favour of dumping their alcohol education committee, which had the power to refuse any reque...
NEWS: Western Nunavut town opts to dump alcohol restrictions
The residents of Kugluktuk voted Monday in favour of dumping their alcohol education committee, which had the power to refuse any request to bring alcohol in...
WYATT’S WORLD
Wyatt’s World The post WYATT’S WORLD appeared first on Yukon News .
Yukon RCMP has about two-dozen officers trained in impair...
More officers to be trained in the new year, spokesperson Coralee Reid wrote in an email The post Yukon RCMP has about two-dozen officers trained in impaired...
NEWS: Northern Affairs minister promises changes to Nutri...
Federal Intergovernmental and Northern Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc has pledged to announce changes to Ottawa’s Nutrition North program in the “coming we...
Whitehorse’s Dylan Cozens named to Team WHL for 2018 CIBC...
Team WHL plays Nov. 5 and 6 to start the six-game series The post Whitehorse’s Dylan Cozens named to Team WHL for 2018 CIBC Canada Russia Series appear...
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NEWS: Nunavut jail riot cost $1.5 million
The Government of Nunavut shelled out more than $1.5 million for jail repairs and inmate relocation related to an overnight riot last June that saw a cellblo...
NEWS: Nunavut jail riot cost $1.5 million
The Government of Nunavut shelled out more than $1.5 million for jail repairs and inmate relocation related to an overnight riot last June that saw a cellblo...
NEWS: Nunavut jail riot cost $1.5 million
The Government of Nunavut shelled out more than $1.5 million for jail repairs and inmate relocation related to an overnight riot last June that saw a cellblo...
NEWS: Nunavut jail riot cost $1.5 million
The Government of Nunavut shelled out more than $1.5 million for jail repairs and inmate relocation related to an overnight riot last June that saw a cellblo...
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NEWS: First Air offers reduced fares to western Nunavut I...
CAMBRIDGE BAY—When First Air’s executive chairman, Johnny Adams, travelled to Cambridge Bay for the first time last Thursday to address the Kitikmeot Inuit A...
NEWS: First Air offers reduced fares to western Nunavut I...
CAMBRIDGE BAY—When First Air’s executive chairman, Johnny Adams, travelled to Cambridge Bay for the first time last Thursday to address the Kitikmeot Inuit A...
NEWS: Nunavut Arctic College to partner with Memorial Uni...
Nunavut Arctic College announced on Thursday, Oct. 18, that it is entering into a partnership with Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland-Labrador, ...
NEWS: Nunavut legislature’s fall sitting kicks off tomorrow
The fall sitting of Nunavut’s legislative assembly starts tomorrow, and one focus of the sitting will be the Government of Nunavut’s capital budget for the 2...
NEWS: Nunavut legislature’s fall sitting kicks off tomorrow
The fall sitting of Nunavut’s legislative assembly starts tomorrow, and one focus of the sitting will be the Government of Nunavut’s capital budget for the 2...
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Nunavut politician to ask legislature to consider civilia...
Nunavut politician Adam Arreak Lightstone wants the territory to review how it investigates violence complaints against the RCMP in light of recently release...
NEWS: Music, games and Inuit stories light up Resolute Bay
You can do a lot of good with a box of ukuleles. Pangnirtung singer-songwriter Aasiva found this out when she visited the High Arctic community of Resolute B...
NEWS: Music, games and Inuit stories light up Resolute Bay
You can do a lot of good with a box of ukuleles. Pangnirtung singer-songwriter Aasiva found this out when she visited the High Arctic community of Resolute B...
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COMMENTARY: GN’s sexual harassment policy isn’t good enough
MARGARET HOLLIS Recently, there has been a lot of discussion about sexual harassment in the workplace. The premier of Nunavut has promised a review of the Go...
COMMENTARY: GN’s sexual harassment policy isn’t good enough
MARGARET HOLLIS Recently, there has been a lot of discussion about sexual harassment in the workplace. The premier of Nunavut has promised a review of the Go...
NEWS: Photo: First Air’s Johnny Adams speaks to the KIA
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VIDEO: Whitehorse resident turns 100
Olive Patton celebrated earlier this month The post VIDEO: Whitehorse resident turns 100 appeared first on Yukon News .
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