- Near-collision called ‘incredibly alarming’ (24)
- Peace bond denied after tensions with YG staff (9)
- City strike would disrupt many services (9)
- Campsite-holding has discouraged other users (6)
- YG’s ‘glaring mistake’ cited in woman’s plight (5)
- Klondike Follies to retake the stage (3)
- Critic wants audit of family, children’s branch (2)
- Since when is our transit not essential? (1)
Supplements published on Thursday April 19, 2018
Stories published on Thursday April 19, 2018
- Gas attack: Ottawa’s complicity in war is un-Canadian There remains little physical possibility or space left for a gas attack to have occurred, beyond perhaps the spraying of a few bedbugs with an aerosol can.
- If the model is hopelessly broken, fix it! ( Comment ) If the model is broken, should you try to fix it, or should you scrap it and get a new one?
- Yukon curlers find success in international field Taking on club teams on the Pacific coast, two Yukon teams found success on the international stage.
- Families compete at Yukon snowboard champs It was a competitive event with a twist at the 2018 Yukon Snowboard Championships in the quest to make the two-day event a family affair.
- Let on-call teachers into YTA: petition Before the Yukon Teachers Association (YTA) could welcome teachers on call (substitute teachers) to the union, the territorial government would have to reopen the territorial legislation.
- Screened Creativity This was the scene Wednesday evening
- Carmacks to receive new grader station The Yukon government will replace the current, 50-year-old Carmacks grader station with a new, more efficient building this summer.
- Free dump days proposed for May, Boxing Day May 14 to 21 could be a busy week at the Whitehorse landfill.
- Zero waste forum called a fruitful endeavour The Territory-Wide Recycling and Zero Waste Working Forum proved to be a success, as interest in the event went over and above expectations.
- Performance Time Coco Krauzig performs Tuesday morning
- Groups may gain $150,000 in recreation grants The city could provided close to $150,000 to a wide range of community groups and facilities in the form of spring recreation grants.
- Plans made to finish high school The Yukon government of is working with the F.H. Collins Secondary School community and investing $3.12 million to complete the F.H. Collins Secondary School project.
- Premier’s carbon tax vow ‘fiction’: opposition Premier Sandy Silver’s alleged broken promise to voters about carbon tax rebates left the official opposition crying foul Wednesday.
- Groups denounce alterations in funding Three local Indigenous women’s organizations have spoken out to challenge a funding change they say the Yukon government presented to them as an improvement,
- Ombudsman seeks expansion in authority Diane McLeod-McKay wants to see the Yukon Ombudsman’s powers expanded to allow the independent officer of the legislative assembly to initiate his or her own investigations, rather than having to wait for a complaint.