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Police search for suspects in Whitehorse robberies
Updated: RCMP say one of the two suspects has been arrested in Inuvik.
Special presentation wraps up Whitehorse Legion awards night
Joe Mewett was wrapped in a Quilt of Valour on Friday night in recognition of his over 30 years of service in the Armed Forces.
Yukon Resource Gateway Project sees FN agreement
The Liard First Nation has signed a deal with the Yukon Government as the Nahanni Range Road is upgraded as part of the project.
Stranded motorists take extreme steps in central Yukon
After their vehicle went off the road and stranded in -50 conditions, three people use an unorthodox method to keep warm.
Yukon RCMP nab impaired drivers
Police say it's 2020 and people are still driving impaired as a dozen drivers were caught to begin the year.
More Yukon help for Australia
Yukon First Nations Wildfire are sending two members to help battle fires that have been ravaging the country.
Yukon Party leadership race reaches three
Lifelong Yukoner Linda Benoit has joined The Yukon Party leadership race.
Stranded trappers found northeast of Ross River
Police say the two are lucky to be alive as they were in the bitter cold backcountry for a week.
New Yukon Motor Vehicles Act on the assembly line
The legislation governing traffic rules will not be brought to the Legislative Assembly until next year as there are calls for improved traffic safety in downtown Whitehorse.
Members of Yukon Search and Rescue honoured at 1st ever long-service awards
Yukon's search and rescue volunteers were presented with award certificates and patches marking their service in the territory.
Cancer study comes to Yukon
The territory will be part of a trial study as the University of Alberta tests a potential breakthrough.
Whitehorse mayor addresses 2nd Avenue concerns
Dan Curtis hopes the territory's new Motor Vehicles Act will give the city greater ability to crack down on driving infractions.
Yukon Government launches public engagement on time change
Yukoners are getting a chance to weigh in on scrapping the twice-annual time change in Yukon.
Cozens brings gold to Whitehorse
The first Yukoner to play at the world junior hockey championship returned to the territory early Tuesday with the gold medal won in the Czech Republic.