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Yukoners join discussion on end-of-life care

Members of the Canadian Medical Association were in Whitehorse last night, as part of a series of town hall meetings across Canada this spring to talk about end-of-life care.

read more at CBC North - posted 17 Apr 2014

Medical travel takes Nunavut couple nowhere

In the last two years, Peter and Elizabeth Alareak been sent out of Arviat, Nunavut, for medical appointments four times, only to find the appointments were never booked.

read more at CBC North - posted 17 Apr 2014

Unanswered questions in proposed Yellowknife school swap

At a meeting in Yellowknife last night, a high school principal said he's hearing ‘a great deal of fear from parents’ about a proposal for the Y-K1 School District to give up one of its schools to the francophone school board.

read more at CBC North - posted 17 Apr 2014

Yukon webcam foiled as eagle family finds new nest

The much-loved Whitehorse eagle-cam has been shut off after the family of bald eagles that used the nest the camera was aimed at moved across the road.

read more at CBC North - posted 17 Apr 2014

Hunters, viewers politely exchange firm stances

The division between avid bear hunters and those who want to ban roadside hunting continued Tuesday night, just as it has for more than a decade.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 16 Apr 2014

Choices at the ready for roadside hunting issue

A number of options exist in considering the issue of roadside hunting for bears versus wildlife viewing opportunities, an official with Environment Yukon told a public meeting Tuesday night.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 16 Apr 2014

Mayor argues against sale of Wann Road property

Mayor Dan Curtis isn’t ruling out the possibility of land on Wann Road being sold in the future, but he says now is not the right time.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 16 Apr 2014

‘No limitation’ for Texas-bound Tait

Whitehorse wheelchair athlete Darryl Tait has refused to let his injury keep him down.

read more at Whitehorse Star - posted 16 Apr 2014

Farmers ask city for space

The Yukon Agricultural Association is asking the City of Whitehorse for farming space inside municipal boundaries. Mike Blumenschein, the president of the farmers’ association, spoke at city council on Monday night.

read more at Yukon News - posted 16 Apr 2014

Business owners champion Keno City

Keno City is still a bustling, vibrant community, according to a group of people who operate tourism businesses in the town.

read more at Yukon News - posted 16 Apr 2014

New snowboard champs crowned at Simapalooza

Yukon's competitive snowboard season drew to a close with new open division champions. In fact, only one division saw a repeat winner from last year at the 2014 Yukon Snowboard Championships at Mount Sima over the weekend.

read more at Yukon News - posted 16 Apr 2014

Investigation underway into worker’s death at Home Hardware

Investigation underway into worker's death at Home Hardware Occupational health and safety officials are investigating after a worker at Home Hardware died last week.

read more at Yukon News - posted 16 Apr 2014

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