Opinions divided as Yukon lifts COVID-19 restrictions


The Yukon plans to drop its remaining COVID-19 public health restrictions in the coming weeks. 

As of March 4, there are no longer capacity limits or size limits for gatherings in the territory. Bars and restaurants were able to resume normal service without spacing between tables.

Edwine Veniat is the owner of Creperie La Petite Maison in downtown Whitehorse. She says she noticed the difference in the number of patrons served over the weekend.

“I can definitely see that people are feeling more confident,” she said. “I would say more secure. I can see that so many more people are actually going out and are happy to be kind of

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