Top-of-the-World Border Crossing Needs to Open on Emergency Basis

WHITEHORSE – The Yukon Party Official Opposition is calling on the Yukon government to work with their federal counterparts and US officials to help expedite the emergency opening of the Canada-US border crossing west of Dawson as a second road access to the Klondike.

The Streak Continues: Whitehorse Leads Canada’s Inflation Rate for Fifth Month

WHITEHORSE – April numbers from the Yukon Bureau of Statistics (YBS) show for the fifth month in a row, Whitehorse continues to lead Canada’s year-over-year inflation rate. The YBS says the rate for Whitehorse was 5.8 per cent – that is almost 1.5 per cent over the national average. Whitehorse also leads our northern neighbours in Yellowknife and Iqaluit by almost one and two percentage points respectfully.

More Instability Under New Premier’s Liberal Government

WHITEHORSE – The chaotic start to Premier Pillai’s tenure continues with the appointment of another Deputy Minister of the Executive Council Office. The premier’s latest appointment follows the abrupt departure of the previous deputy minister on May 1. He resigned after less than four months in that top job.

Yukon Party Membership Focused on Yukoners Across the Territory at AGM

WHITEHORSE – On Saturday, May 6, over 70 Yukon Party members from across the territory gathered in Whitehorse for the party’s 2023 Annual General Meeting. It was a chance for members to catch up on what has been happening over the past year, and conduct annual party business.

Yukon Plummets to 20th Place in Fraser Institute Mining Rankings

WHITEHORSE – The 2022 Fraser Institute Mining Rankings are out and it does not paint a pretty picture for the territorial Liberals. The report says, “Due to its geologic attractiveness, the Yukon ranked 20th in the overall Investment Attractiveness Index, falling from the 9th spot it occupied in 2021.” Botswana has replaced Yukon in the top ten.

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