- Transit users advised to find alternatives (12)
- Union hopes strike action can be averted (7)
- Youngest-ever commissioner learning the ropes (7)
- Business is ready to sell cannabis immediately (7)
- City manager clarifies positions in negotiations (6)
- Entrepreneur, innovators to receive a new hub (6)
- Disaster planning is crucial, conference delegates told (4)
- City approves YG plan to create group home (2)
Supplements published on Monday March 19, 2018
Stories published on Monday March 19, 2018
- Native Hockey tourney ends in thrilling finals The final day of competition in the 41st annual Yukon Native Hockey Tournament lived up to its expectations – and more – with the large crowds treated to thrilling games that went down to the wire.
- Don’t subsidize mining on ratepayers’ backs! Ed. note: this is an open letter to the Yukon government.
- City has carved out a trail of utter confusion The flawed Snowmobile Bylaw has left a trail of confusion and controversy in our neighbourhoods.
- RCMP issue warning about high-risk offender’s release The RCMP are advising everyone in the Whitehorse area of the presence of a high-risk offender.
- Senior volunteerism, community projects funded Twenty community organizations and First Nations across the Yukon are receiving a combined total of $416,632 in federal funding to launch projects that encourage senior volunteerism and community involvement.
- Let The Games Begin The Arctic Winter Games began Sunday
- Pain and suffering of ’60s Scoop recalled Billy Van Fleet was scooped in 1956 from his mother’s trapline cabin in McCabe Creek, Yukon.
- Southern Tutchone will adorn city signs Those coming into the downtown area – either via Robert Service Way or Two Mile Hill – will soon be welcomed in Southern Tutchone, thanks to funding from the Yukon Arts Centre.
- Streamlining of Faro reclamation process sought Methods of streamlining the Faro mine reclamation process are being sought, says Energy, Mines and Resources Minister Ranj Pillai.
- Some buses won’t run today, city says City buses were on the road today after transit users were advised Friday to find alternative transportation options in light of a potential strike.