UPDATE: Evacuation alert issued for Mayo, Keno, Victoria ...
Yukon Emergency Measures Organization has issued an evacuation alert due to risk from wildfires
Range Road in Whitehorse closed to one lane for daytime h...
Range Road reduced to single lane traffic over the next two days
Feds say heavy rains, collapsed beaver dam, to blame for ...
Temporary detour in place, full fix could take two months.
5 power outages in Yukon caused by lightning storms, hydr...
Five power outages occurred in Dawson City, Mayo and Whitehorse over the Canada Day weekend.
Alaska Highway reopens following Canada Day washout
The highway is open to single-lane traffic with a pilot car guiding travellers.
Water levels rising on Lake Laberge
High water advisory is in effect for the lake as the water continues rising
Stewart Crossing area under evacuation alert; Klondike Hi...
Intense smoke making Klondike Highway impassable from Pelly Crossing to Stewart Crossing
‘No risk’ at this time: Wildfire near Grey Mountain visib...
Relatively small fire doubled in size overnight since it was reported on July 4
John Victor Nesgaard
Please join us for a celebration of life for John Victor Nesgaard October 5, 1941 – April 5, 2022 Gathering at Gary Lowe’s place 6 km down Warm B...
Haines Junction starting wastewater surveillance to track...
Champagne and Aishihik First Nations and Haines Junction governments take on testing in Haines Junction
Yukonomist: Connecting with the ice age
Your job may include moments of magic. But probably not as magic as a placer miner discovering a baby woolly mammoth frozen in ice age permafrost for 35,000 ...
Guitarist in the North: Encounters with steel in the dead...
Paul Lucas recounts stories from many years of musicianship in the North
Teens get ‘safe space to chill out’ this summer in Whiteh...
Youth 16 years old and up invited to Individual Learning Centre weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
2 Whitehorse entrepreneurs win NACCA Indigenous Business ...
Kathline Isaac of Bearpaw Gifts won the Indigenous Woman Entrepreneur Award, and the Indigenous Business Award went to Leslie Walker of Walker Home Construction
COMMENTARY: We need action across the Arctic community
Amund Sjølie Sveen
‘Not asking for the moon on a stick’: Rural Yukoners abou...
Hundreds of rural Yukoners are about to lose the internet, as the federal government simultaneously spends millions bringing other areas up to high speed.
Bus fares return to Whitehorse transit system
Buses were free from late May to June 30
Third election in four years for Carcross/Tagish First Na...
Maria Benoit is the new Haa Shaa du Hen
Arctic Arts Summit dazzles delegates with Nuiharuq showcase
A plethera of performances took place Tuesday evening under the midnight sun
WYATT’S WORLD
Wyatt’s World for July 1, 2022.
COMMENTARY: A Nordic perspective on the Arctic
Hanne Fugl Eskjær, Roy Eriksson, Hlynur Gudjonsson, Jon E. Fredriksen & Urban Ahlin
Birds do it, bees do it, even…prickle pigs do it?
The prickly business of porcupine love-making
Pharmacists can refill prescriptions under new Yukon regu...
Phamacists will be able to extend prescriptions in some cases.
2022 Ford Maverick: Can this little pickup pick up some n...
Ford had the small-truck market all to itself with the original Ford Ranger, until it was retired following the 2011 model year. The Ranger badge reappeared ...
Yukon brings in burning ban following 12 new wildfires
No fires except in road accessible campsites
Yukon Party raising red flags about newly appointed chief...
Liberal territorial government says official opposition’s accusations don’t hold up
Residential school survivors tell bishops their expectati...
The group of residential school survivors wants the papal visit expanded to more locations.
Northern premiers call on Ottawa to increase funding to h...
The premiers of Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories say the territories are warming up three to four times faster than the global average.
Nunavut cabinet minister steps down after report faults a...
Adam Lightstone will sit as a regular MLA after the integrity commissioner found the politician breached his duties to be impartial.
York Region considers donating 2 ambulances to Nunavut
Ontario regulations require paramedic services to take ambulances out of service after five years or when they clock 250,000 kilometres.
Trudeau announces $214M for Iqaluit water system after fu...
Iqaluit's roughly 8,000 residents couldn't drink their tap water for 60 days last fall after it was found to be contaminated with fuel.
Coroner’s inquest rules 2017 police shooting of Nunavut m...
The jury at a coroner's inquest has determined a police shooting of a Nunavut man, Jeremy Nuvviaq, from almost five years ago was a homicide.
Nunavut senator Dennis Patterson quits Conservative caucu...
Nunavut Conservative Sen. Dennis Patterson has denounced the ongoing demonstrations in Ottawa and called on Conservative MPs and Senate caucus members to spe...
Nunavut latest to sign $10-a-day child care deal with fed...
The deal is part of the Liberal government's promise to spend $30 billion over five years to realize a national child-care program and cut fees to $10-a-day ...
Fuel contamination concerns continue to cloud Iqaluit’s d...
A water purification expert says not enough has been done to solve the root cause of the problem since an emergency was declared in Nunavut’s capital last fa...
Iqaluit water crisis: City shuts down treatment plant due...
The city says a breach in the system is suspected to have caused Iqaluit residents to smell fuel in their water, with breaches detected last week and today.
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