- Accused granted bail with many conditions (22)
- Former councillor wants back into city politics (13)
- Kennel owner must pay thousands in legal costs (12)
- YG turns inward for housing for new workers (12)
- Organics collection plan to cost much more (7)
- Hunting permit lottery to be looked at: Frost (6)
- LNG depot still being considered for Whitehorse (6)
- Call for new Yukon senator continues (5)
Supplements published on Tuesday July 17, 2018
Stories published on Tuesday July 17, 2018
- The story behind Syria’s changing demography With the fall of Deraa last Friday, the end of Syria’s civil war is within sight.
- Breezing along the lake The Yukon Breeze Sailing Society (YBSS) held the last of five kids’ camps last Friday on Schwatka Lake.
- Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation receives funding for housing The Yukon and federal governments are providing $500,000 to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation (VGFN) for the creation of 10 utility buildings in Old Crow.
- In Production A small indie production company has spent the last few weeks filming a short comedy film, Rise n’ Shine.
- Animals honoured at United Church blessing Thanking animals was the focus of the Blessing
- Government to update Coroners Act In an effort the modernize legislation that the territory’s justice minister said has been neglected for far too long,
- Drones, parking kiosks among recommendations Drones patrolling city trails, online payment options for parking tickets and possibly consolidating the city’s animal pound with the Mae Bachur Animal Shelter could be the way of the future for the city’s bylaw department.
- Most of escaped wild boars remain at large The Yukon agriculture branch continues to work with a farmer whose wild boars escaped in the Mendenhall subdivision, west of Whitehorse, several weeks ago.