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Former Yukon land claims negotiator 'embarrassed' by Bill S-6

More than 100 people attended a town hall Thursday night in Whitehorse to express their concerns about Bill S-6, which Yukon First Nations say undermines their Umbrella Final Agreement.

read more at CBC North - posted 27 Mar 2015

Lutsel K'e, N.W.T., wins award for solar power project

Lutsel K'e won a Game Changer award from the Canadian Solar Industries Association in Toronto on Thursday, for its new 35 kilowatt solar power project.

read more at CBC North - posted 27 Mar 2015

After 40 years, Yukon elder discovers mother's purse at national museum

A group of First Nations elders from the Yukon took a walk back in time during a recent visit to the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa where they identified artifacts that had been sold off or stolen from their communities.

read more at CBC North - posted 27 Mar 2015

Cree hockey player wins rookie of the year in Quebec league

Niko Trapper's early hockey training was cut short by his father's death, but he persevered, and was named Rookie of the Year this spring in the Bantam CC division in Saguenay Lac St-Jean, Que.

read more at CBC North - posted 27 Mar 2015

Territory still waiting on promised oil-furnace rules

In May of 2013, the Yukon government announced to great fanfare that it had become the first jurisdiction in Canada to require carbon monoxide detectors in all residences with an oil furnace or attached garage.

read more at Yukon News - posted 27 Mar 2015

Food bank loses its longtime executive director

The face of the Whitehorse Food Bank has left his post as executive director. Stephen Dunbar-Edge has taken a job as a director with the Yukon Liquor Corporation.

read more at Yukon News - posted 27 Mar 2015

Yukoners launch epilepsy support group

Gabriel Hopkins, 11, is very matter-of-fact when he talks about epilepsy. His explanations are a mix of technical detail and helpful advice.

read more at Yukon News - posted 27 Mar 2015

Homegrown looks to cultivate a new crop of talent

For more than a decade, the festival has offered creative Yukoners a chance to put something on stage with support from a crop of experienced theatre aficionados.

read more at Yukon News - posted 27 Mar 2015

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