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Week of Apr 02 - Apr 06, 2018
- Alaska Seaplanes will begin running scheduled service flights between Juneau and Whitehorse starting in May. The flight is expected to run three times a week between May and September.
- Whitehorse's Farmer Robert's, a market which focused on locally sourced meats and other goods, will close permanently on April 28
- The Yukon Housing Corporation is matching municipal funding up to $1M for the construction of new rental housing units across the territory
- The Yukon Government is doubling its annual investment in the Yukon Now tourism marketing program to $1.8M following the release of record-breaking tourism visitor statistics for 2017
- The Yukon Government has tendered 37 construction projects worth $61M early so that the seasonally dependent work can begin this year. The plans will include upgrades to buildings, power supply, and water and sewer, and road work improvement.
Week of Mar 26 - Mar 30, 2018
- The Government of Yukon is investing $170,000 annually to provide American Sign Language interpreters to make services, programs and employment accessible to the deaf or hard of hearing community
- Capstone Mining is not renewing its surface mining contract with Pelly Construction following its decision to shelve a further pit at its Minto copper mine. Pelly Construction hopes to avoid job losses by transferring workers to other mining projects.
- The Yukon Bureau of Statistics announced that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for February was 2.8 %, the second-lowest rate of the past year
- The federal government awarded White Bear Industries Ltd. with a $79.8M five-year contract for the maintenance of the Alaska Highway
- With financial support from the Government of Yukon, the Challenge Disability Resource Group (CDRG) purchased vacant land in Whitehorse to construct a 53-unit building with affordable, supportive and market housing options
Week of Mar 19 - Mar 23, 2018
- The federal and Yukon governments are providing over $3M of funding for Yukonstruct Makerspace Society and Yukon College to construct a new Yukon Innovation Hub in Whitehorse. The new facility is expected to open this summer.
- Seasonal remediation work is expected to begin this summer at the Marwell Tar Pit site in Whitehorse. The federal and Yukon governments have jointly funded the $4.6M project.
- The federal and Yukon governments are jointly providing $8.1M to upgrade the track and field facilities at F.H. Collins High School in Whitehorse
- The Government of Yukon is investing $1.3M in Whitehorse's Thomson Centre to renovate and equip ten new long-term care bedrooms
Week of Mar 12 - Mar 16, 2018
- The Government of Yukon has committed $500,000 in the current fiscal year to undertake preliminary environmental and design work on the Campbell Highway between Faro to Ross River
- Yukon College is hiring more staff to expand its diploma and other programs in early childhood education to smaller communities in the territory
- Yukon's minimum wage will increase to $11.51 per hour on April 1st this year. The Yukon Employment Standards Board will review the new rate as it will drop the territory to the 7th highest rate among Canadian jurisdictions.
- The Government of Yukon is funding the creation of a Historical Case Unit staffed with officers from the RCMP's ¿M¿ Division. The unit will investigate unsolved homicides, missing person investigations and major crimes.
- Victoria Gold Corp. recently finalized a construction financing package worth approximately $505M that will fully fund the development of its Eagle Gold project through commercial production. The open pit mine will employ around 400 people.
- The Government of Yukon will be releasing 80 lots for housing development in Whistle Bend on April 3rd, in anticipation of the 2018 building season
- The Government of Yukon is preparing for the legalization of cannabis by stockpiling a $2.7M supply, arranging the warehousing and retail infrastructure, and hiring regulatory and retail staff
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Greyhound Canada recently announced that due to a 30% decline in riders, it would be discontinuing on June 1st its bus service on nine routes in Northern British Columbia and Yukon, including the Whitehorse to Dawson Creek routeThe Yukon government's 2018-19 $280M capital budget includes projects to upgrade roads, bridges, airports and a fibre-optic line. Municipal infrastructure, affordable housing and continuing care and high school facilities were also announced.Charles McLaren Architects Ltd. was recently awarded a consulting contract to design and build a new fire hall in Whitehorse. Construction is anticipated to take place in 2019.Alexco recently announced it had finalized a $15M USD definitive credit agreement that will finance the development of four Keno Hill silver deposits northeast of Mayo
A new flight training simulator at Alkan Air's Flight Academy, funded by Yukon College and the federal and territorial governments, will enable current and prospective pilots to pursue their skills development in the unique northern environmentThe Government of Yukon announced that there would be no major construction on the $360M Resource Gateway roads project in the 2018-19 fiscal year. Agreements with affected First Nations and environmental assessments still need to be completed.
Flood damage due to a broken city water main has forced the temporary closure of Farmer Robert's food market in Whitehorse. An unknown number of employees may be impacted while repairs are carried out.Pembridge Resources has purchased the Minto open pit copper mine from Capstone Mining Corporation, with the intention of extending the mine's operations and retaining its workforce of 146 employees and 141 contract workers
The Government of Canada and the Government of Yukon are jointly investing $7M over three years towards the opening of two new child care centres and to train more early childhood educators across the territory.The Palace Grand Theatre in Dawson City, a Klondike National Historic site, is scheduled to reopen in May in time for the summer tourism season. Former tenants, like the Dawson City Music Festival, will use the venue for a number of performances.Ten organizations will share over $485,000 from the Government of Yukon's Community Development Fund, which will provide employment for approximately sixty individuals
Fireweed Zinc Ltd. is planning a 2018 drill program focused on potential resource expansion and regional exploration following the acquisition of two properties within the Macmillan Pass ProjectThe Carcross/Tagish First Nation has won $500,000 from the Arctic Inspiration Prize to support a peacemaking circle curriculum. The Whitehorse-based Rivers to Ridges program was also awarded $100,000 to develop a forest school.The Government of Yukon and the Government of Canada are jointly providing $15M to build a new pumphouse with water treatment equipment in Dawson City. Two other water and wastewater projects are also scheduled to start construction in spring 2019.
The Yukon STEM Outreach Collective is launching the Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology satellite program at Yukon College in Whitehorse. The program intends to encourage diversity in science, technology, engineering and math.The Government of Yukon is forecasting a surge in mineral exploration and mine development in 2018. The government has committed almost $500M to improve road access for the mining sector.WestJet is shifting its non-stop flight routes between Whitehorse and Vancouver to Whitehorse and Calgary starting June 29, 2018Construction on a francophone high school in Whitehorse is scheduled to start in May 2019, with completion projected for November 2020
Ketza Group is planning a $24M eight-storey condo development with 40 units in Whitehorse. A pre-sales office and showroom for the development is under construction.The Crime Prevention and Victim Services Trust is providing $203,173 in funding to nine community-led projects which focus on crime prevention and services for victimsAlexco Resource Corp. expects to bring its Keno Hill Silver District mine back in production later in 2018. Pending the required permits, the company estimates it would need about 160 to 170 employees for the operation.The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations and Vancouver-based Strategic Metals have signed a mineral exploration agreement that commits to consulting on job and business opportunities
The Cheeky Monkey daycare in downtown Whitehorse closed its doors on January 13, 2018. The daycare had 12 employees.
The Yukon Bureau of Statistics reported that the unemployment rate in December 2017 was 3.6% compared to 4.6% in December 2016. There were 800 unemployed persons in Yukon in December 2017.
Goldcorp has resubmitted its proposal to bring the Coffee gold project into production, after the Yukon Environment and Socio-economic Assessment Board halted the assessment last July. Goldcorp is working toward mine operations starting in 2021.
Yukon College has been granted approval from the Campus Alberta Quality Council to offer its own undergraduate degree programs independent of other institutions. The college is planning to eventually become a full-fledged university.
The Government of Yukon is reducing staff in its oil and gas branch due to lower levels of activity in the sector. The affected employees have been reassigned elsewhere in the government ¿ some of them to the mineral resources branch.Air North is adding regular passenger service from Whitehorse to Victoria starting on May 18, 2018. The Victoria stops will be added to the airline's existing route to Kelowna, B.C.Winter tourism is showing strong numbers in the Yukon and is expected to be a significant contributor to yearly tourism receipts, according to participants in the Yukon government's recent winter Tourism Summit in Whitehorse
The Government of Yukon is taking steps to create a new 24-hour support service to help victims of sexual assault. The Sexualized Assault Response Team will begin operations in Whitehorse and then expand to other communities.
The Government of Yukon has put an end to 15 requests to consider oil and gas rights in northern Yukon. Three northern Yukon First Nations did not support the further advancement of the requests at this time.
The Government of Yukon and CanNor are providing over $247,000 in 2017-18 for small business development and support through the Yukon Business Development ProgramThe Government of Yukon has awarded a $12.7M contract to Ruskin Construction Ltd. to replace the Nares River (Naatasehéen) Bridge in Carcross. The work is expected to start in winter 2017-18 and to last two years.Yukon Energy and Victoria Gold Crop. have signed a power purchase agreement that projects at least $100M in spending over the first 10 years of the Eagle mine near Mayo. Connections to the main power line and a new substation are also in the agreement.The City of Whitehorse has put forward a capital budget of $30M for infrastructure over 2018-2021. The budget includes $3.9M for engineering services and repairs in 2018.The City of Whitehorse has approved rezoning for a parcel of land that will allow development of Phase 5 of the Whistle Bend subdivision. Once built, the new development will have 310 units, housing approximately 745 people.
The Watson Lake Daycare has closed due to staff shortages. The non-profit organization has struggled with employee recruitment because of low wages paid to child care workers in the community.
Construction is underway for upgrades to the Pioneer Cemetery in downtown Whitehorse. The current phase includes building a new gateway and is expected to be completed in spring.The Government of Yukon is currently conducting a 2017-18 Yukon Visitor Exit Survey. The year-long study will provide the tourism sector with current and reliable information to plan for the future, develop programs and products, and market Yukon.
The Kwanlin Dün First Nation is planning a new public cardlock fuel station on a parcel of settlement lands along the Alaska Highway, near the Whitehorse airport. Pending approvals, the opening is planned for September 2018.The first of three affordable housing complexes in the River Bend area of Whitehorse has been completed. The second building is scheduled to open in December, and the third in early next year.The Kluane First Nation is moving ahead with plans to build three wind turbines near Kluane Lake following a final $1M funding commitment from the Government of Canada. Construction is scheduled to start in June 2018.
The Government of Yukon intends to make radon testing and mitigation a licensing requirement for child care centres and family day homes in the territory; and is in the process of completing testing programs at four schools across the territory with more extensive testing planned for this winter.
The Government of Yukon is struggling with a shortage of nurses in the territory and is having difficulty recruiting for rural positions
The new $14M Salvation Army Centre of Hope facility has opened in Whitehorse. The facility will have about 20 staff working onsite and will cost about $2M to operate annually.
The Yukon government has formed a Midwifery Advisory Committee tasked with examining policy and regulatory options to govern midwifery in the territory. Midwifery is a regulated profession in all jurisdictions except Yukon and Prince Edward Island.Winterlong Brewing Co., a Whitehorse-based micro-brewery, is expanding for the third time in two-and-a-half years in an effort to meet demand for its products. The brewery has added fermentation tanks and doubled the capacity of its bottling line.
The Mastercard Foundation is providing $4.6M to Yukon College for a program to increase the number of Indigenous Yukoners going to the school and help them graduateThe Government of Yukon and the Yukon Medical Association have reached a new five-year agreement valued at $6.9M. The agreement includes further integration of nurse practitioners into the care system and discussion on the regulation of midwifery.
The new $72M emergency department at the Whitehorse General Hospital is expected to open in January 2018. The new emergency department has 17 treatment rooms compared to 10 in the existing department.The Government of Yukon has received interest from six companies for the construction of a redundant fibre optic line for the territory. Two routes are currently under consideration for the proposed line.The Government of Yukon has agreed to cover the extra $1M needed to fix the Ross River footbridge. The contract has been awarded to North Vancouver-based Surespan Construction Ltd.
The Government of Yukon has awarded $182,210 for community projects. The funds are expected to create over 2,235 hours of employment for more than 35 people throughout the territory.The Government of Yukon has awarded the contract to operate a mobile abattoir to Tum Tum's Black Gilt Meats. The mobile abattoir service allows local farmers to slaughter their livestock on their own property in an inspected facility.The Government of Yukon has extended six oil and gas permits for one year. The permits make up the core of the $100M-plus exploration program in northern Yukon.The Government of Yukon plans to open the Whistle Bend continuing care facility in Whitehorse next year. A long term mental health care unit and a community hospice centre are planned to open in 2019.The Government of Yukon and the Government of Canada have committed over $360M in combined funding to improve road access in mineral-rich areas. The projects will upgrade roads and build or replace bridges, culverts, and stream crossings.
Save-On-Foods opened a store in Whitehorse on August 25, 2017. The location has a total of 210 employees - approximately 40% of those full-time, with the remainder part-time. They include 10 managers for various departments.Job fairs were recently held in Whitehorse and Mayo for positions at the Eagle Gold Project at Dublin Gulch. The available positions ranged from construction to security operations.
Construction is underway on the $40M Victoria Gold Corp.'s Phase 1 Eagle Gold Mine project. Victoria Gold awarded numerous construction contracts, including significant participation by the First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun Development Corporation.
Construction will soon begin on the first phase of the Victoria's Eagle Gold Project located north of Mayo. About 300 people will be at the site at the peak of construction.The new territorial government has put a plan to tear down the former Alexander McDonald Lodge care facility in Dawson City on hold. The previous government awarded a $226,000 contract to a Whitehorse company to demolish the building.
The Government of Yukon has awarded more than $300,000 to six organizations to support the prevention of violence against Indigenous women and girlsThe Government of Canada is providing over $15.7M to the Yukon Territory in 2017 through the Gas Tax Fund. The money is expected to support approximately 50 local infrastructure projects across the Yukon.
Whitehorse City Council has awarded a $39M contract to Ketza Construction to build a new operations building. The new building is expected to be completed in spring 2019.According to the Yukon Geological Survey, mining exploration and development expenditures in Yukon rose from $57M in 2016 to $120M this year. This increase is largely due to the rise in base metal prices and strong interest from major gold mining companies to conduct exploration in the territory.
The Taku Gold Corporation has acquired four properties from Golden Predator Mining Corporation in Yukon. The company plans to start exploratory drilling this September.
The Government of Yukon, the Yukon Lottery Commission and Sport Canada are providing over $1.4M in funding to support various sport and recreation programs in the territoryAccording to Statistics Canada, the median total income for individuals in Yukon rose from $43,980 in 2014 to $44,800 in 2015, an increase of 1.9%. At the national level, the median income rose by 3.4% over the same period.
The Government of Yukon and the Government of Canada are jointly providing $520,000 for affordable housing projects in Carmacks and Watson LakeThe Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board has granted conditional approval for the Haeckel Hill wind turbine project by Northern Capital Energy. Pending final approval, the project could begin production as early as fall 2018.The Government of Yukon and the Government of Canada are providing $600M for improving and developing infrastructure. The funding will be available starting March 31, 2018 and will be dispersed over 10 years.Plans for rehabilitation of the aging Ross River suspension footbridge may be in limbo due to escalating costs of construction. The Government of Yukon has already spent more than $1.5M on design work and on stabilizing the north and south towers.
The Government of Yukon and the Government of Canada are jointly providing over $26.9M for 13 transportation infrastructure projectsThe Government of Yukon and the Government of Canada are jointly providing $6.1M for two water and wastewater improvement projects in Haines JunctionDemolition is underway at the old F.H. Collins High School in Whitehorse. Contaminated soil at the site is pushing back the timeline for completion of the work.The Government of Yukon is relying on fly-in contract nurses as it attempts to deal with a nursing shortage in remote communities. Hiring and retention of nurses is a problem across the territory.
Remediation at the abandoned Faro mine site is expected to start in 2022, costing over $500M, and will take 10 to 15 years to complete. The site currently has 40 to 50 workers, and the project managers expect to add 50 to 75 people for the upcoming work.Rockhaven Resources Ltd. has started its 2017 exploration program at the Klaza gold property in southern Yukon. The program will include diamond drilling, geophysical surveys, soil geochemical sampling and metallurgical test work.
Comstock Metals Ltd. plans to run a multi-pronged 2017 exploration program that will include mapping, sampling and diamond drilling at its QV Gold Project near Dawson CityArcus Development Group Inc. expects to start the 2017 exploration program at its Dan Man property in late July. The program includes drilling, soil sampling, geological mapping and prospecting.The Government of Yukon is providing support from the Community Development Fund for 13 projects that will create employment and promote social, cultural and economic benefits
The Government of Yukon is expecting to pay $1.8M to cover the cost of full abandonment of a gas well at the Kotaneelee gas processing plant. The original owner of the site left a security deposit which covers part of the $2.4M total cost.Strikepoint Gold Inc. has started exploration work on the Mahtin Project near Mayo. Sample drilling is expected to follow the initial survey work.Goldstrike Resources Ltd. and Newmont Mining have established two fly-in camps to host their technical teams and drilling crews as they start exploration on the Plateau PropertyK2 Gold Corporation has started a diamond drill program at its Wels Gold Property. The company also has plans for exploration programs at three additional properties in the Yukon.The Government of Yukon and City of Whitehorse are working together to apply the Business Incentive Program to the municipal operations building project. The program will ensure local labour, apprentices, youth and manufactured materials are used.StrikePoint Gold Inc. has engaged Groundtruth Exploration and their Drones to Drill program, to execute its 2017 Yukon exploration program. Groundtruth is a Yukon-based company that specialize in exploration activities within the Territory.
Metallic Minerals Corp. has started a $1.5M exploration program at its Keno Silver Project. The first phase of work will consist of targeted geophysical and geochemical surveys followed by a drilling program.ATAC Resources Ltd. has started diamond drilling at its Osiris Gold Project. Geophysical surveys and possible additional drilling are also planned for the 2017 exploration program.White Gold Corp. has started a drilling program on its properties south of Dawson City. The program is being managed by Ground Truth Exploration who will provide daily geologic, geochemical and structural interpretation to guide the drill programs.
K2 Gold Corporation has started an exploration program and a diamond drilling program at its Wels Gold Property located in west-central Yukon TerritoryPacific Ridge Exploration Ltd. is conducting detailed sampling and prospecting programs at its Gold Cap and Eureka Dome gold properties, south of Dawson CityThe Government of Yukon is providing $333,000 to ten museums to preserve and interpret their collectionsThe Government of Canada is providing approximately $50.8M to improve access to services in French for Francophone communities in Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The funding runs from 2017 to 2020.
The Government of Yukon has approved 21 placer projects and 38 hard rock projects to receive $1.6M in funding through the Yukon Mineral Exploration Program. The funding is expected to leverage an additional $3.7M of spending by the grant recipients.Goldcorp Inc. expects that its Coffee Gold Mine near Dawson City, if approved, would employ about 400 workers and have a lifespan of approximately 10 years. The company expects that an operational mine is at least four years away.Ground Truth Exploration, a Dawson City-based mineral exploration company, expects to have about 150 people in the field this summer, working on projects in Yukon, Nunavut and Newfoundland and Labrador
The Government of Yukon is planning to add 201.75 full-time equivalent positions to the public service in 2017-18. The Department of Education accounts for 135.71 of the new full-time equivalent employees.White Gold Corp has started its 2017 exploration program in the White Gold District. Exploration activities including soil sampling, geologic mapping/prospecting, drone surveys and drilling.Goldstrike Resources and Newmont Mining Corp are starting a multi-faceted gold exploration program in June 2017 at the Plateau Property in central YukonThe Carcross-Tagish First Nation and North Star Agriculture are partnering to create an aquaponics facility that will produce vegetables and fish. The business will need between 20 and 30 full-time employees.Alexco Resource Corp plans to hire 40 to 50 people this summer to begin an underground drilling program at its Bermingham silver deposit in the Keno Hill District
The University of Vienna and the Nacho Nyäk Dun are releasing the Mobile Workers Guide in June 2017. The Yukon Chamber of Mines has endorsed the publication which is aimed at mining camp workers.
The Government of Yukon and the Government of Canada are jointly providing $0.5M to Habitat for Humanity to start work on two 4-plexes for eight low income families in Whitehorse. The first four homes are expected to be completed in 2018.Capstone Mining has extended the life of the Minto Mine until at least 2020, pending favourable market conditions and metal prices. The company had previously planned to place the mine into care and maintenance mode in December 2017.The federal Gas Tax Fund is providing $2.8M for three wastewater infrastructure projects in WhitehorseThe Government of Yukon is planning to spend $309M on capital projects as part of its $1.44B 2017 budgetThe City of Whitehorse has approved an expansion to its planned operations buildings and anticipates seeking tenders for the $55M project, pending a final vote by the councilThe federal Gas Tax Fund is providing $692,463 towards four Indigenous infrastructure projects in Haines Junction and WhitehorseThe Government of Yukon and the Yukon Francophone School Board plan to build a new French First Language high school on the Riverdale Education Reserve. The territorial government has committed $8M for the project.Apache Canada has decided to permanently shut down the Kotaneelee gas field in the southeast corner of the Yukon. Apache plans a full decommission of the remaining wells, the processing plant and other associated infrastructure.The Teslin Tlingit Council has submitted an application to the Yukon Environment Socio-economic Assessment Board to install a biomass heating system in Teslin. The project is estimated to create 28 construction jobs, and ongoing harvesting work.Golden Predator Mining is expanding its 2017 drill program by 100% at the 3 Aces Gold Project in southeast Yukon. The company also plans to conduct additional bulk sampling under its existing permit.
Northern Energy Capital of Whitehorse has filed a wind generation proposal with the Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board. Construction of the $14M project is expected to start in the first quarter of 2018, pending approvalsAlexco Resource Corp. plans to have a workforce of about 40 staff at its Keno Hill Silver District mine this summer, with continued surface exploration estimated at $3M and the underground work estimated at $2MThe Government of Yukon has expanded the eligibility criteria for its five film funding programs to include digital media projectsVictoria Gold Corp. has recently established a camp at its Eagle Gold Project site to support construction and operation of the mine. A fourth diamond drill has also been mobilized to the site to expand the 2017 exploration program.The Government of Yukon, Yukon College and the Government of Canada are jointly investing $3.59M to renovate and upgrade infrastructure at Yukon College's Ayamdigut Campus in Whitehorse
The Yukon Chamber of Mines is predicting an increase in labour requirements as major gold mining companies ramp up their investments in the territoryThe Government of Yukon has committed $261,700 to support artists and community organizations involved in the literary, visual or performing artsThe Government of Yukon is providing more than $1M to eight community organizations for construction, renovation and facility upgrades. The funding will create employment for approximately 66 people.
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