For Geoff Gyles, celebrating Canada's 150th birthday is much more than a party. It's a mission. The Canmore, Alta. resident is travelling across the country, stopping in each provincial and territor...
Whitehorse RCMP are investigating an act of vandalism on a newly painted rainbow crosswalk installed by the city in support of the LGBTQ community.
The national inquiry heard its first public testimony in Whitehorse last week and commissioners will spend the summer preparing for the next hearings in the fall
Family members at the inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women are urging the commissioners to build on what they learned at the Whitehorse hearings.
The inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls has wrapped up its first public hearings, in which people from across Yukon, Northwest Territories and B.C. shared their stories of hur...
A fire, no bigger than the size of a dinner plate, was lit before sunrise Monday by an Indigenous firekeeper and will burn until the hearings in Whitehorse are over.
Thirteen people representing four families are expected to publicly share their stories inside a white tent decorated with colourful blankets
The hearings opened yesterday with a sacred fire-lighting ceremony at sunrise and a traditional feast in the evening.
Les audiences de l'Enquête nationale sur les femmes et les filles autochtones disparues et assassinées (ENFFADA) commencent à Whitehorse, avec l'arrivée de familles de tout le territoire dont les témo...
The highly anticipated first public hearings for the the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will begin today with an opening ceremony in Whitehorse.