COVID-19 Spreading From Gatherings, Not Travel, says Dr. Hanley
Some COVID-19 restrictions are set to relax on August 4th.
Historical Case Unit Seeking Public's Assistance in Investigating 2007 Death of Yukon Teen
Police are continuing to investigate the death of Angel Carlick, who was last seen on May 26th, 2007, before her remains were discovered nearly six months later.
Safe Consumption Site Coming To Whitehorse
The Yukon Government is moving forward with one of the confidence and supply agreement projects.
Some COVID-19 Restrictions Set To Lift By August 4th
The Yukon Government has announced that it plans to lift a few of the COVID-19 currently in place starting on August 4th, 2021.
Yukon Sends Air Tanker To Assist B.C. Wildfire Efforts
An air tanker group from the Government of Yukon’s Wildland Fire Management Branch is heading to British Columbia to help the province battle wildfires.
Health Officials Encourage Increased Vaccination to Prevent Further COVID-19 Spread
More restrictions could lift if case counts decrease and vaccine rates continue to increase.
One New Death; 19 New COVID-19 Cases Over Weekend
Six Yukoners have died from COVID-19.
YG Declares State Of Emergency For Southern Lakes; Lake Laberge
The Yukon Government has declared a state of emergency in response to the unprecedented flooding across Yukon's Southern Lakes region.
City Of Whitehorse Prepares For Flooding; City Officials Detail First Steps
The city's Mayor and emergency officials sat down to discuss the steps being taken to prepare the downtown core for flood conditions.