Chum fishing will remain closed on the Yukon amid projections for another low fall run – Alaska Public Media Fish and Game is projecting that fewer than 300,000 fall chum will return to the Yukon River.
No new fires in last 24 hours in Yukon: Wildland Fire – Yukon News Evacuation alert lifted for Stewart Crossing
Demise of Yukon River Chum Salmon Remains Point of Contention – Fishermens News On a cool, cloudy summer day at Emmonak, on Alaska’s Lower Yukon River, not a single commercial fishing boat was delivering its catch to Kwik’Pak Fisheries.
Historic 2022 wildfire season has Yukon well past 25-year average for area burned | CBC News Yukon is experiencing a historic number of fires in the territory, with total burned areas surpassing the 25-year average.
Kaska First Nation ‘not too happy’ with mining project advancement The chief of a Kaska First Nation is concerned Kudz Ze Kayah mine will impact the Finalyson caribou herd, furthering weakening its population.
Yukon’s Victoria Gold, Minto mines face increased security deposits after reclamation review – Yukon News
Yukon’s Victoria Gold, Minto mines face increased security deposits after reclamation review – Yukon News The deposits are due in September
Portion of Yukon’s Klondike Highway closed as wildfire burns nearby | CBC News Wildfires in Yukon have prompted the closure of several roads and highways around the territory including, as of Sunday night, the Klondike Highway between Pelly Crossing and Stewart Crossing.
Consultation with First Nation over mining project was ‘reasonable,’ Yukon government tells court | CBC News The Yukon government says it fulfilled its duty to consult First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun before approving a mineral exploration project near Mayo, last year. The First Nation wants the approval quashed.
Five proposed protected areas that could help Canada meet its 2030 conservation targets | The Narwhal It is possible to protect 30 per cent of land and oceans in Canada by 2030, if currently proposed conservation areas are protected, CPAWS report finds
‘They beat us into submission’: West Moberly’s decades-long fight against Site C dam is over | The Narwhal West Moberly First Nations reluctantly signed a settlement seven years into construction on the beleaguered hydroelectric project on the Peace River in northeastern B.C.