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Former Liberal MLA campaigns for Yukon NDP, blasts former party for 'inaction' on addictions

The once-Liberal MLA for Mayo-Tatchun was back on the campaign trail this week — this time urging his constituents to vote against his former party and get behind the NDP instead.It was just one month ago when...

Yukon NDP reveals platform with 'bold vision for the future'

The Yukon NDP have dropped an 81-page platform that has big promises and hopes for the future of the territory.It outlines 129 "problems" the territory faces, each partnered with a solution that the party has for...

Yukon will take temporary custody of up to 20 inmates from Nunavut

The Yukon government will temporarily take custody of up to 20 inmates from Nunavut. The Department of Justice confirmed to CBC that it is working with the Nunavut government to take in the inmates, after a...

Yukon's new gender-affirming care policy is most comprehensive in Canada, experts say

Yukon's new gender-affirming care policy the most comprehensive of its kind in Canada, according to experts.The new policy, from Yukon's Insured Health and Hearing Services, has expanded health care insurance coverage to include a...

Yukon budget projects $12.7M deficit, 'record-breaking' capital spending 

Premier and Finance Minister Sandy Silver says the deficit in this year's budget is 'entirely the result of economic and social supports as well as health services for Yukoners in response to the...

Whitehorse 1st capital city in Canada to open COVID-19 vaccine clinics to all adults

Shari Heal, right, and daughter Brianna were some of the first to get vaccinated at the Whitehorse clinic, which is now open to all adults. Brianna is 19, making her one of the...

Advocates raise alarm over 'discriminatory' changes to Yukon's special education programs

Four advocate groups in the territory, say 138 students are being moved from individualized education plans (IEPs) to student learning plans — and that change could make it harder for those students to...

Yukon changes vaccine eligibility after B.C. couple allegedly flew in to get doses

Yukon Community Services Minister John Streicker said he is outraged by the behaviour of the B.C. couple who allegedly flew to Beaver Creek, Yukon, last week to be vaccinated against COVID-19. (Chris Windeyer/CBC)...

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