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    • Yukon Government MLAs Declare Climate Emergency

      Following the Speech from the Throne last week, Yukon MLAs unanimously voted this week in favour of declaring a climate emergency for Yukon.

    • First Winter Snow Storm Results in Power Outages

      The first winter snow storm has resulted in power outages in the Whitehorse area. ATCO - Yukon Electric released a statement regarding the power outages at approx. 1:39 pm today.

    • BC Premier John Horgan Makes First Visit to Yukon

      John Horgan, the Premier of British Columbia was in Whitehorse on Monday for the first time. He spoke with Premier Sandy Silver and other community leaders about daylight-savings-time, Indigenous Trans-border issues and a utilities corridor, before travelling to Lower Post on Tuesday.

    • Yukoners Provide Feedback on Yukon University Legislation

      As Yukon College transitions to Yukon University next spring, enabling legislation needs to be enacted to make Canada's first University north of 60 a reality. Between May 15th and June 30th, the Government of Yukon sought feedback from Yukoners through an online survey.

    • Elder's Gathering Wraps Up

      The second National Gathering of Indigenous Elders has wrapped in Winnipeg Manitoba. The gathering was touted as a place for laughter and the sharing of culture, traditions, history, and an opportunity for the creation of long-lasting connections.

    • Northern Leaders Send Letters to Federal Party Leaders

      With an election call expected in the next few weeks, Northern Premiers have sent letters to each of the national party leaders seeking their views on northern issues and calling for continued collaboration between all governments.

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