- Tax will be ‘bureaucratic nightmare,’ YP predicts (16)
- Incentive pact proposed for downtown property (8)
- Man’s sentence was excessive, court told (8)
- Help cheers victim of endless break-ins (7)
- S-6 failed to offer perfect solutions: Cathers (5)
- Home owner sues city following 2016 fire (4)
- Famous pony car to be auctioned off Saturday (3)
- Ex-mayoral hopeful loses his appeal of driving conviction (3)
Supplements published on Wednesday May 24, 2017
Stories published on Wednesday May 24, 2017
- Special Olympics Yukon announces new partnership ahead of B.C. Summer Games Special Olympics Yukon has announced a new partnership with a local Whitehorse business.
- Tour de Skagway soaks in cold coastal weather Road cyclists taking part in the Tour de Skagway’s notorious hill climb had more than the vertical challenge to overcome.
- The First One The log for the first boat to officially start the Canada 150 project
- Galloping Along The Grey Mountain Gallop
- Arts centre recruits a new CEO A Banff Centre executive will come on board as the new chief executive officer for the Yukon Arts Centre starting Sept. 5.
- We listened to the mining community’s concerns Ed. note: the Yukon Party released this statement Tuesday.
- Tax will raise gas prices but create prospects As the refineries move to producing summer fuel,
- ID demanders getting carried away Some people think that if something is worth doing, it’s worth overdoing.
- Dawson’s housing stock gets eight new units Young Trinity Vittrekwa flipped light switches and showed off the new bedroom she will be soon be moving into.
- Enforcing A Tasty Lunch Whitehorse RCMP held their annual community barbecue
- TV star, company fined for Waters Act violations Another mining reality TV star has been convicted of offences under the Yukon Waters Act.
- Another Sign Of Summer It was a full house at LePage Park at lunchtime
- Parks Canada and Air North team up to promote tourism Parks Canada and Air North
- Music For A Milestone Soda Pony – Aiden Tentrees (left) and Patrick Hamilton, perform last Sunday
- Two more bears shot; total is now six Two black bears bothering livestock were shot over the Victoria Day long weekend.
- City moves to legitimize dirt bike area use The Yukon Cross Country Motorcycle Association has a place to call home – at least for now.
- Consultation begins on residential lots infills Fewer than 24 hours after city council unanimously approved moving ahead
- Confusion shares the air with the carbon A senior official within the federal Department of Environment and Climate Change says the details of a carbon pricing plan in the Yukon are “up in the air.”