A gaming CEO and his wife travelled to the Yukon to jump the COVID-19 vaccine line.
Great Canadian Gaming president Rodney Baker took doses meant for a remote community, reports say.
Assault rates were highest in Yukon where 61 per cent said they had been assaulted.
“Women are far more disproportionately targeted by these behaviours than men."
“It would seem there are some challenges,” she said.
The territory is banning gatherings of 10 or more to stop the spread.
The territory will join Saskatchewan in keeping their time consistent year-round.
He died in his Whitehorse home, according to his daughter.
“What are the chances?”