- Dog rescue owner will appeal court order (24)
- Data confirm significant hunger numbers evident in Whitehorse (17)
- Liberals plan groundbreaking radon legislation (11)
- Pilots’ group expresses concern over legislation (7)
- Rig driver among those charged during operation (6)
- City asked to support annual Yukoner Appreciation Day (5)
- End of Greyhound service seems a certainty (4)
- Survivors’ voices being silenced, Hanson says (4)
Supplements published on Friday October 20, 2017
Stories published on Friday October 20, 2017
- Library Has Open House The Yukon Energy Mines and Resources library
- Little Books that delve into important feelings ( Bookends ) As the first snow comes down to stay,
- Destination: Warmth Pet Of The Week
- One-On-One The captain for Hvactech Systems (centre)
- River Quest to increase numbers, celebrations for 20th anniversary race Heading into the 20th year,
- Two soccer players jump across the pond Jake Hanson, the head coach for the Yukon Selects men’s team last season
- We were gutted and cleaned out, like a fish! My name is Christopher Lewis.
- Compensation – then reconciliation in perpetuity Like Red Rose tea, it’s only available in Canada, right?
- A Herculean defender of Indigenous rights is gone ( Editorial ) Once again,
- Speaker set for International Archaeology Day Speaker set for International Archaeology Day
- Chambers welcome revised tax reforms The Whitehorse Chamber and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce
- City considers event, recreation grants Community groups around the city will know next week whether they will receive funding for a variety of events and programs,
- Identification Exercise The Yukon Energy, Mines and Resources library held its annual open house Wednesday.
- Liberals’ work on procurement file is being watched A local industry association and the official Opposition are closely following a Yukon Liberal campaign promise to fix government procurement.
- A Special Occasion Lara Lewis
- Coffee operations will begin in 2021-22 Goldcorp continued its regular series of information sessions in Dawson City last weekend.
- Truck Topples Pole This single-vehicle collision
- From The North gets set to hit the road A celebration of the North will take to stages and community spaces in all three territories and three major Southern cities beginning with a free event at 11 a.m. Sunday at the Canada Games Centre.
- Home owner awaits city decision on addition A Hillcrest property owner will know next week whether she can go ahead with a planned addition to her home.
- Destination: Warmth While this week’s snow
- Trial hears different stories from complainant, accused Yukon Territorial Court heard conflicting testimony this week
- Winter's Havoc This week’s slippery road conditions
- Groups out to reinvigorate fur industry The intent is to create a greater market for Yukon fur and local fur products made by local sewers and artisans.
- Charge upgraded to first-degree murder A man initially charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Carmacks man is now facing a first-degree murder charge.
- Family, friends mourn ‘a musician’s musician’ Bruce Bergman is being remembered as a talented musician
- Close court for man’s sentencing: Crown The Yukon Crown is asking that sentencing be closed to the public for a man convicted of 19 charges for sexual offences against young girls.
- City can do little to help Winterval: mayor Santa Claus is still coming to town.