The suspect accused of sending a mail bomb that injured a Port Alice man appeared in court in Whitehorse on Monday.
Seventy-three-year-old Leon Nepper attended a bail hearing in Yukon Territorial Court. He is due back in court on Thursday.
Leon was arrested on Sept. 13 in Whitehorse.
The arrest came two days after an explosion injured Roger Nepper at his home. The explosion occurred when Nepper opened a package, which he had picked up at a Canada Post office, at his home.
His stepdaughter said three of his fingers had to be amputated, and nails from the device were removed from his stomach.
Port Alice Deputy Mayor Bruce Lloyd said Roger Nepper is in his mid-60s and is a former local boxing coach.
With files from the CBC