- Crown says poacher should go to jail (22)
- ‘It’s a different view over here,’ premier observes (11)
- City staff erect roadblock to KK drive-thru (9)
- City staff favour micro-housing development (7)
- Ex-councillor remembered for dedication, huge heart (6)
- Woman was hurt by lumber falling from roof ( Analysis ) (6)
- Act doesn’t need overhaul: privacy commissioner (5)
- City is owed $155,506 in taxes, interest (4)
Supplements published on Monday January 16, 2017
Stories published on Monday January 16, 2017
- Over 35 soccer round up Jim Connell has been out of action for 2 ½ months due to injury,
- Studer claims sixth Carbon Hill title On the eve of the Carbon Hill race day, Katherine Scheck was trying to give herself a competitive edge.
- Trudeau has become too big for his britches Justin Trudeau may be getting too big for his britches.
- Cabinet shuffle carries multitude of questions “See dem shufflin’ along”.... Perhaps Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a fan of Al Jolson’s “minstrel music”.
- On the eve of Trump: everybody take a valium ( Comment ) When Napoleon invaded Russia in 1812, he took more than half a million troops with him – and he still lost.
- Festival Ambassadors Unveiled Sandra and Ken Mason (wearing the white sashes)
- Artist aims to bring comfort, cheer to the hospital A colourful, whimsical mural made by local artist Chris Caldwell will be installed at Whitehorse General Hospital.
- Peering For Prey An eagle
- Family’s sponsorship deal will expire soon In two weeks, Whitehorse’s first family of refugees from Syria will reach the end of their sponsorship deal with Yukon Cares and the Canadian government.
- Campaign starts to help pay for wheelchair-accessible van A local GoFundMe campaign has begun in the hopes of helping a Whitehorse family buy a wheelchair-accessible van.
- Accused is arrested in B.C.; is back in court Wednesday Michael MacPherson,
- ‘Today, the tone changed’: KDFN chief Friday’s meeting between First Nation and Yukon government leaders was described as a game changer.