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    • Additional COVID-19 Cases confirmed in Watson Lake

      Three additional cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Watson Lake

    • Environmental Groups Asks Banks to Rule Out ANWR Financing

      The U.S. Government recently approved an oil and gas leasing program in the Arctic Refuge. The Gwich’in and environmental groups, including CPAWS Yukon, are challenging the decision in court.

    • Yukon Tourism Industry Welcomes Funding

      The first of many programs to be announced from the Yukon Tourism Recovery Plan is the Tourism Accommodation Sector Supplement (TASS). This program adds $2.88 million to the Yukon Business Relief Program in supports for eligible accommodations businesses.

    • Wasted Meat from Harvested Animal found

      A member of the public found moose parts with several large portions of meat still attached to the bone. Conservation officers believe it was dumped there on or around October 4, 2020. It is against the law to waste meat from a harvested animal.

    • Yukon Government COVID-19 Update - Oct 21, 2020

      As of October 21, 2020, the COVID-19 case count for Yukon is 17. Fifteen people have recovered and there are currently two active cases, with both people in self-isolation and recovering at home. We have tested 3,814 people.

    • KDFN's Lands Act Comes Into Force

      The modern Act gives Kwanlin Dün the authority to manage, protect and enforce laws on settlement land and allows KDFN to make land available to meet the residential and other lands needs of Beneficiaries and Citizens on settlement lands.

    • Yukon Government Increases School Council Honoraria

      To support this honouraria rate increase, the Government of Yukon is increasing School Council operating funds for the remainder of the current fiscal year and going forward.

    • HPV Vaccine Program in Yukon to be Expanded

      HPV is a common virus spread mainly through sexual contact. It is estimated that three out of four sexually active people will get HPV at some point in their lives. HPV infection is related to almost all cases of cervical cancer, and many other HPV-related cancers in both males and females.

    Podcasts

    • "Rock The Talk" with Grand Chief Peter Johnston

      Listen to "Rock the Talk" with CYFN Grand Chief Peter Johnston 9:00am to 1:00pm every second Friday!

    • Community Connections

      CHON FM presents "Community Connections," an ongoing series of podcasts that showcase Yukon personalities, northern events, artists, visitors and organizations that strive to make Yukon a great place to live.

    • Breakfast with the Party Leaders

      Weekly interview with Yukon's Political Party Leaders to resume this fall.

    • Mountain Musing with Scott Ross

      Mountain Musing is a special PodCast and broadcast commentary created by Scott Ross from Haines Junction, at the foot of the Kluane Mountains. Produced by Clint Carpentier and Bert Cervo at CHON-FM

    What's New @CHON

    • Southern Tutchone - Phrases of the Day

      In case you missed it, here are all our Southern Tutchone - Tàá’an Män (Lake Laberge) Dialect First Nation Phrases of the Day. Please note, all these translation have been generously provided by Nakhela Bunbury.

    • NNBY / CHON-FM re-branding

      After 35 years of broadcasting to the Yukon, Northern BC and Western NWT, CHON-FM is getting a face lift

    • CHON-FM and KRFF Fairbanks - Broadcast Partnership

      Aboriginal live radio broadcasting partnership starting in July 2018 between CHON-FM and KRFF-Fairbanks to promote, exchange and distribute indigenous language programs.

    • Engineering Updates

      Bi-annual "sun-transit" broadcast signal interruptions in the CHON-FM satellite broadcast systems

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