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WW II veteran celebrates 100th birthday in Whitehorse
Joseph Novak, one of the last Canadian Second World War veterans, turned 100 on Sunday. For the occasion, some friends and Armed Forces members threw him a special birthday party.
Owner of Whitehorse butcher shop found guilty of selling THC-tainted jerky
A former Whitehorse butcher was found guilty after being charged in 2021 for selling THC-tainted jerky without a license. Ultimately, 33 people were identified in the Yukon, Alberta and Nova Scotia having experienced mild to severe "symptoms of cannabis intoxication" after eating the butcher's jerky, including seven children and two infants. Here's the latest.
Crown recommends acquittal on 1 charge against former educational assistant in Whitehorse
Citing a lack of evidence, the Crown prosecutor has asked that former educational assistant William Auclair-Bellemare be acquitted on one of three charges he's facing. Auclair-Bellemare was accused of abusing a student.
Winnipeg man sentenced to almost 5 years in Yukon crash that killed 2
Devin Edmiston has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison a fatal crash that killed his girlfriend and a motorcyclist on the Alaska Highway in 2020.
Whitehorse had its 3rd landslide of the year over the long weekend
The City of Whitehorse saw one more landslide near the escarpment along Robert Service Way over the long weekend. The slide marks the third so far this year.
Ross River Dena Council in Yukon 'struggling to cope,' declares state of emergency
The Ross River Dena Council says several issues are putting people at risk in the community, prompting the First Nation to declare a state of emergency and ask for help.
Ross River woman still missing after intense weekend search
A woman is missing. A community is searching. Here's the latest about the disappearance of Ramona Peter from Ross River, Yukon, a small community about 400 kilometres from Whitehorse.
Back in business: Skagway, Alaska, welcomes cruise ship season
The small municipality of Skagway, Alaska is gearing up to welcome hundreds of thousands of tourists this summer. Local residents say they're happy to see the town come alive again.
'No idea what was going on': Whitehorse residents raise concerns about RCMP communication after break-in
Some residents of Whitehorse's Whistle Bend neighbourhood say they're concerned they got information from social media faster than from police after an apparent armed break-in in the area on April 12.
Landslide closes Robert Service Way and surrounding trails in Whitehorse
Traffic in Whitehorse will be difficult for anyone looking to get in and out of the city for the Easter long week after a landslide on the escarpment early Saturday morning forced a section of Robert Service Way to be closed until further notice.