Pet Of Week
- ‘We are facing a housing crisis in Ross River’ (17)
- Confusion shares the air with the carbon (15)
- Man’s sentence was excessive, court told (10)
- MLAs who vetoed wage study earn $93,000-plus: NDP (10)
- Home owner sues city following 2016 fire (6)
- Company files lawsuit against Watson Lake (3)
- Consultation begins on residential lots infills (3)
- City moves to legitimize dirt bike area use (2)
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May 24, 2017
- The First One The log for the first boat to officially start the Canada 150 project
May 19, 2017
- DCAS sometimes struggles with its own success Peter Menzies, the president of the Dawson City Arts Society (DCAS),
- Considering free will in a murder investigation ( Bookends ) Rule 34 is set in the same futuristic Scotland (a more or less independent nation) that Stross used for Halting State,
- Engagement To End Saturday The Music, Art and Drama program is presenting Dreamers Often Lie,
May 18, 2017
- Smile, Please Gary Bremner, with GBP Creative,
May 17, 2017
- Author toured territory for children’s book week TD Canadian Children’s Book Week is an annual event that celebrates Canadian children’s books and reading.
- Helping Overseas Children École Whitehorse Elementary School
May 16, 2017
- Bringing Home Tne Bounty The All-City Junior Concert Band and All-City Senior Wind Ensemble travelled to the Whistler (B.C.) Cantando Music Festival from May 4 to May 8.
- Contributions Appreciated Scott Wilson (left) presents Duncan Sinclair with the Conrad Boyce Builders Award
May 15, 2017
- Youthful Talent Delights Audiences The Northern Lights School of Dance presented
May 12, 2017
- ‘Every step of the way has been a gift’ Michael Bearden has worked in advanced practice nursing for most of his nursing career and has specialized in mental health and addictions.
- Guidebooks to places of enduring interest ( Bookends ) There are some books that it’s really not possible or advisable to attempt to read all the way through.
- Gearing Up For Sunday The Music, Art and Drama program
May 11, 2017
- ‘I believe in the resiliency of the human spirit’ Jackie MacLaren left Iqaluit in 1984 and moved to the Yukon following completion of her BScN in 1986.
- Wares To Be Had The summer’s first flea market
May 10, 2017
- ‘Keep searching within nursing to find your passion’ This item was submitted by the Yukon Registered Nurses Association (YRNA).
- Available For Viewing John Steins opened John Steins: New Work