- Problems with building inspections exposed (12)
- Lang looking forward to kicking back at home with family (10)
- Fire department acted appropriately, city argues (9)
- Rollover, road closures affected many people (6)
- ‘We’re here to hopefully make things better’ (5)
- Power rates headed for an upswing (5)
- New environmental grant policy proposed by administration (2)
- Lang’s departure opens up an oppportunity (1)
Supplements published on Tuesday June 27, 2017
Stories published on Tuesday June 27, 2017
- Whitehorse to get new Tier 1 Hockey Team Yukon Rivermen to suit up for 2017/18 season under coach Martin Lawrie
- Dawson U16 crew strikes gold at Yukon Soccer Championships A Dawson City soccer team
- Premier celebrated new holiday in hometown National Aboriginal Day has been significant for the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in (TH) since it was first proclaimed as a special day by the federal government in 1996.
- Disrespecting our flag merits an apology Hugh Kitchen’s opinion of the incident he described in his letter to the editor (Star, June 20)
- Let’s consider what matters to Yukon residents Who made the statement “leadership for what matters”?
- A link to Skagway is the best choice Ed. note: this is a letter to Economic Development Minister Ranj Pillai.
- Goldcorp continues to consult on its proposal Several media reports have indicated that Goldcorp was being prevented from holding any more of its regular presentation meetings with Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in (TH) citizens due to some issues related to the timelines the company is proposing for the Coffee Gold project.
- Police rescued injured man from canyon Whitehorse RCMP rescued an injured man near Miles Canyon last week.
- Court Watch releases some training videos Court Watch Yukon,
- Lightning sparks four fires near Old Crow Four new lightning-caused fires in the Old Crow district were reported Monday, Yukon Wildland Fire Management said today.
- Dirt bike accident claims young man A young Whitehorse man has died after a dirt bike accident.
- Food-conditioned bears had to be shot A sow grizzly and her two cubs were shot Monday night by a Watson Lake conservation officer near Contact Creek after they had repeatedly harrassed motorists.
- City adopts Chadburn Lake Management Plan The city’s Chadburn Lake Park Management Plan is in place after a unanimous vote by city council Monday evening to adopt the document.
- Company denied a review of YESAB decision The Federal Court has dismissed Northern Cross’s application for a judicial review of the Yukon Environment and Socio-economic Assessment Board’s (YESAB) 2016 decision to have its executive committee review a multi-well exploration proposal.
- Abandoned site will require care forever Implementing the final closure plan for the second-worst contaminated site in Canada should begin in five years, says the federal official in charge.