Reporter, CBC North
Dave Croft is a reporter in the CBC Yukon newsroom in Whitehorse. He has been been covering Yukon stories since 1990.
Latest from Dave Croft
Yukon to begin regulation of off-road vehicles in alpine areas
The contentious debate over the regulation of all-terrain vehicles in Yukon is more than 20 years old.
Yukon government at odds with federal decision to delay mining project
The federal government says Yukon's environmental assessment on Kudz Ze Kayah proposal isn't good enough.
Yukon getting unit dedicated to patient-focused health research
Yukon is getting a new health care research unit that will include more patient and community participation than has been the case in many research projects.
Roundup mineral exploration conference creates virtual convention centre
Organizers of the annual Vancouver conference try to maintain its social networking side.
Higher travel subsidies, more destinations for Yukon medical travellers
Yukoners leaving the territory for medical treatment can now request destinations other than B.C. and Alberta.
No more respite from outdoor line-ups for Whitehorse liquor store customers
Emailed orders and curbside pick-up of liquor end in Whitehorse this week. The service was put in place ahead of the busy Christmas season.
Whitehorse mayor says proposed tax increase lowest in more than a decade
Whitehorse city council is to vote on an $88 million operations and maintenance budget for 2021.
COVID-19 is not stopping long-running Yukon sled dog race this year
Organizers say they've worked out a plan to run the Percy this year, but with changes.
Yukon's hamper program hits record-high donations as COVID-19 effects drive up demand
The Whitehorse Firefighters Charitable Society says it's reaching more people in more communities this year.
Yukon elementary school students learn about teamwork through helping others
Golden Horn Elementary School students came to the rescue for seniors overwhelmed by heavy snowfall in the Whitehorse area.