Top Deals - Save on Amazing Getaways on Expedia!

Yukon Territories Today


CBC | North News

Stats paint a bleak picture of Yukon tourism this year
Alaska Highway The latest numbers are in and show few surprises — the COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on tourism in Yukon.
>> Read more

Whitehorse pharmacies prepare to deliver flu vaccine
flu shot Whitehorse pharmacies are planning to offer the flu vaccine this year, which will mean drop-in service.
>> Read more

Democratic Party organization hosts voter registration event in Yukon
Democrats Abroad Yukon Dual citizens and Americans living in Canada retain the right to vote. A group called Democrats Abroad was recently in Whitehorse guiding voters through registering to vote.
>> Read more

Whitehorse city councillor 'relieved' pandemic toll on city budget not worse
Whitehorse city hall A quarterly financial update to Whitehorse city council predicts a deficit of just over $500,000 in 2020.
>> Read more

Feds inject funds into Yukon biomass, home heating projects
energy funding announcement The federal government is putting $5.4 million into cutting Yukon's greenhouse gas emissions. The money is going toward biomass and home heating projects, among others.
>> Read more

Evening classes — COVID-19 fix — a hit at Colville Lake high school
Colville Lake School For high school students in Colville Lake, school runs from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. ‘It’s better than waking up in the morning for me,’ says Logan Orlias, 16.
>> Read more

Dominion selling diamonds again, requests extension of creditor protection
Ekati Mine The owner of the Ekati diamond mine started selling diamonds again and asked the court to extend its creditor protection until Nov. 7.
>> Read more

Under 25 and care about climate change? Yukon forming a youth panel
Yukon mountain and scenery The Yukon government is looking for people age 12 to 25 to join a youth panel on climate change, which will provide feedback and advice on the territory's environmental protection plans.
>> Read more

How COVID-19 worsens Canada's digital divide
Steffen Elgersma When the pandemic thrust most school, work and services online, it further highlighted not just how essential the internet has become but also the urban-rural divide around access. 
>> Read more

Last witness testifies in Fort Smith murder trial
Yellowknife court courthouse Wilfred Abraham is accused of murdering Robert Sifton in Fort Smith two years ago. Abraham tried to plead guilty to manslaughter at the start of his trial, but the plea was rejected by the prosecutors.
>> Read more

Solo Build It!
Like Wine? Click here!
Print Print | Sitemap
© Canada Today