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Whitehorse's Golden Horn school is almost out of room, parents hear
The school goes from kindergarten to grade 7 and for each of the last two years it's had two kindergarten classes. The government has promised there will be two kindergarten classes again next school year.
Outpouring of grief at Denecho King sentencing hearing
The Crown asked for 17 years before King is eligible for parole at Friday's hearing, while the defence has asked for the minimum 10.
NDP says Yukon gov't tried to hide cost of $2M health-care review
The territorial government said the cost of the expert panel would be about $665,000, and would be covered by federal funds.
Baaad news for Yukon's Stone sheep: they're not actually Stone sheep
Call it a case of mistaken identity. Thousands of Thinhorn sheep in southern Yukon — once believed to be Stone sheep — are actually Dall sheep, researchers say.
UNW, N.W.T. gov't receive mediator's report, say they're open to more talks
The Union of Northern Workers says it has received a report from a mediator appointed to oversee contract negotiations with the N.W.T. government, and will attempt to schedule further talks.
Study finds healthy group of polar bears in sea near Alaska
Territorial officials offer mixed reactions to report on cost of substance use in Canada
More supports needed for former residential school students in the North, say survivors
Alberta man finishes record 10-year hike in Tuktoyaktuk
16-year-old soccer player earns Aboriginal Sport Circle's athlete of the year
Boom times ahead for Yukon and Nunavut, but not N.W.T., report says
Man arrested after allegedly flying drugs to Fort Good Hope in Timbit box
Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway turns 1 year old
4 years of boil advisories expected to end in Whale Cove with new treatment plant
'I wish I could turn back time': Nunavik man's arrest cost him final visit with his dying mother
B.C. moves to close polluting Tulsequah Chief mine site
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