- Frost cites ‘misappropriation’ in stalled project (24)
- Crushed under bison, man thought of loved ones (14)
- Major alterations proposed for electoral map (11)
- Cannabis sales price, tax bite remain unknown (9)
- Pharmacist challenges decision in the courts (9)
- Optimism permeates hardrock mining industry (8)
- Challenge injustices, activist urges students (5)
- Drivers warned of local parking ticket scam (4)
Supplements published on Wednesday November 22, 2017
Stories published on Wednesday November 22, 2017
- Jim Brown’s lucky boots in Rapids action Winless Yukon Brewing needed something to change their luck in Whitehorse Rapids over-35 soccer action and they found it in Jim Brown’s lucky boots.
- Six Whitehorse crossfitters compete in Lloydminster Six CrossFit athletes out of Whitehorse’s CrossFit 867 went down to Lloydminster for the 2017 Battle on the Border CrossFit competition.
- First Canada Cup event set for Mt. Sima Some of Canada’s top winter athletes have been calling Mount Sima home this month with pre-season training in full swing.
- Trudging further along the long and winding road All aboard the COB (cranky old bastard) Express to the capital of Canada.
- Many contributed to this community event Whitehorse Connects is a community event put on by the Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition.
- Bagnell pleased with U.S. foray to defend caribou Bagnell pleased with U.S. foray to defend caribou
- Cannabis policy has been rushed: Cathers says Shortly after the Yukon government rolled out its proposed framework for cannabis legalization in the territory Monday,
- Company appealing ruling onRaven’s Ridge mineral rights Yukon mining company H. Coyne and Sons Ltd. is appealing a Yukon Supreme Court decision
- Drills testing for geothermal energy potential A 500-metre research well is being drilled west of the Takhini Hot Springs to test the potential of geothermal energy in the area.
- Caring For History Snow is cleared from the SS Klondike.
- Raven caused downtown power outage A raven caused Tuesday afternoon’s power failure in downtown Whitehorse, Stephanie Cunha of ATCO Electric Yukon confirmed.
- Placer miner saluted for research contributions Stuart Schmidt, a long-time Dawson City placer miner,
- Upbeat atmosphere was evident at forum There was a little more spring in the step at this year’s annual Yukon Geoscience Forum.
- Child centre raises awareness of its services The Child Development Centre (CDC) has a message for Yukoners: “We Can Help.”
- Homelessness remains crucial issue, chief says Housing and homelessness are the topics de jour for Nov. 22.
- Schools set for improvements or replacement Seven Yukon schools are being considered for renovation or replacement, according to Education Minister Tracy-Anne McPhee.
- Pharmacist challenges decision in the courts A Whitehorse pharmacist is fighting a decision that would see his licence suspended.