Transgender author claims Yukon school cancelled presentation

Transgender author claims Yukon school cancelled presentation

A Yukon author is criticizing the actions of staff at École Émilie-Tremblay after she says she was barred from speaking to the students due to her sex change.

Yukon College takes trades training on the road

Yukon College takes trades training on the road

A semi-trailer, outfitted for classes in welding, electrical, millwright and piping, will provide professional trades training in communities and at work sites.

Yukon First Nations applaud new advisory position

Yukon First Nations applaud new advisory position

‘Well, I think it's about time,' says Ruth Massie, grand chief of the Council of Yukon First Nations. She applauds the Yukon government’s move to hire an advisor who’ll focus on consulting First Nations.

Yukon government staffs up to consult First Nations

Yukon government staffs up to consult First Nations

The Yukon government has created a new position to advise its departments on consultation with First Nations.

Wanted: Yukon family seeking 40-day adventure

Wanted: Yukon family seeking 40-day adventure

Whitehorse welcomes Chinese Year of the Horse

Whitehorse welcomes Chinese Year of the Horse

About 70 performers took part in a Chinese New Year celebration Saturday at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse.

Yukon’s Discovery Day is celebrated in territory of Yukon, Canada, on the third Monday of August. Also Klondike Gold Discovery Day, it commemorates the anniversary of the discovery of gold in Yukon. It differs from Newfoundland and Labrador’s Discovery Day, also known as Cabot 500 Day.

Many Yukoners are enjoying a statutory holiday on Monday, commemorating the start of the Klondike Gold Rush.

Michael Sumner, 16, of Whitehorse, won a silver medal in figure skating Thursday at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Yukon skater wins silver in South Korea

Michael Sumner, of Whitehorse, won a silver medal in figure skating Thursday at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

North/South education costs don’t compare: Yukon government

North/South education costs don’t compare: Yukon government

Yukon court orders territory to consult First Nation Overturns decision to allow mining project on White River First Nation lands

Whitehorse boy waits 2 months for wheelchair fix

Whitehorse boy waits 2 months for wheelchair fix

A Whitehorse boy who has been waiting more than two months for his electric wheelchair to be fixed may finally be able to get around again.

Vanier school drafts new gay policy

Vanier school drafts new gay policy

Vanier Catholic High School in Whitehorse has drafted a new policy governing homosexual students that drops some of the controversial language that the government had ordered removed earlier this year.

Almost 4,000 tourists visited Yukon last year, and they have spent an average of $200 million a year.

Yukon tourism up 25% in last 10 years

For temp foreign workers, learning can only be on the job

For temporary foreign workers, learning on the job

Enjoy local color on The Deck - the Yukon's only year round patio. Great menu and atmosphere. Be sure to check out the nightly BBQ in the summer.

Doug Graham, Yukon minister of health and social services, says a new addictions treatment facility will include a wing for families and youth and could potentially include some type of mental health treatment.

Yukon adds youth wing to new addictions treatment centre

Doug Graham, Yukon minister of health and social services, says a new addictions treatment facility will include a wing for families and youth and could potentially include some type of mental health treatment.

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