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RCMP investigate homicide near Whitehorse Yukon RCMP are investigating the murder of a 25-year-old Whitehorse man.
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Glacier Bears edged from podium, finals at provincials Members of the Glacier Bears Swim Club came out on the wrong side of the second hand over the weekend.
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Dawsonites show Klondike speed in Dempster race When the date of next year’s event has been determined within days of this year’s, it’s a safe bet it went well.
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Yukon Energy Corporation files application for rate increase The Yukon Energy Corporation has filed an application with the Yukon Utilities Board asking for a nine per cent rate increase over two years.
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White River First Nation cut off from relatives by border they never agreed to The Yukon has one of the longest stretches of border with the United States among Canadian jurisdictions. At 1,210 kilometres, it runs from the Alaska panhandle up to the Arctic Ocean.
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B.C. firefighters to battle wildfire south of Dawson City A team of B.C. firefighters is coming to the Yukon to assist in firefighting efforts against a lightning-caused fire 21 kilometers south of Dawson City.
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Whitehorse city council to vote on Chadburn Lake Park management plan City staff presented a new version of the Chadburn Lake Park management plan before council at the June 19 standing committees meeting.
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Ottawa pauses clawback of First Nations revenue While the federal government and many of the Yukon’s self-governing First Nations try to hash out new funding agreements, federal Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett was in Carcross to extend an olive branch of sorts.
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Kwanlin Dn First Nation launches first community safety officer, land steward program Kwanlin Dün First Nation Chief Doris Bill, along with territorial justice minister Tracy-Anne McPhee announced the launch of the First Nation’s community safety officers program June 23.
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Whats half a billion more? Federal government readies Faro mine cleanup Cleaning up the mess left behind by the former Faro mine could cost the federal government more than half a billion dollars on top of the $350 million it has already spent, federal officials say.
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