Implementing the final closure plan for the second-worst contaminated site in Canada should begin in five years, says the federal official in charge.
Kwanlin Dün citizens don’t necessarily call the RCMP in times of need
After spending $200,000 to have a garden suite built on his property,
The City of Whitehorse has responded to a lawsuit over a fire that gutted a mobile home late last summer.
- Problems with building inspections exposed (12)
- Lang looking forward to kicking back at home with family (10)
- Fire department acted appropriately, city argues (9)
- Rollover, road closures affected many people (6)
- ‘We’re here to hopefully make things better’ (5)
- Power rates headed for an upswing (5)
- New environmental grant policy proposed by administration (2)
- Lang’s departure opens up an oppportunity (1)
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June 27, 2017
- Company denied a review of YESAB decision The Federal Court has dismissed Northern Cross’s application for a judicial review of the Yukon Environment and Socio-economic Assessment Board’s (YESAB) 2016 decision to have its executive committee review a multi-well exploration proposal.
- City adopts Chadburn Lake Management Plan The city’s Chadburn Lake Park Management Plan is in place after a unanimous vote by city council Monday evening to adopt the document.
- Food-conditioned bears had to be shot A sow grizzly and her two cubs were shot Monday night by a Watson Lake conservation officer near Contact Creek after they had repeatedly harrassed motorists.
- Dirt bike accident claims young man A young Whitehorse man has died after a dirt bike accident.
- Lightning sparks four fires near Old Crow Four new lightning-caused fires in the Old Crow district were reported Monday, Yukon Wildland Fire Management said today.
- Court Watch releases some training videos Court Watch Yukon,
June 26, 2017
- Fifty wildfires burning across Yukon Fifty wildfires burning across YukonThe Yukon saw its wildfire total reach 50 for the season as two new wildfires were confirmed Sunday.
- SCAN shut down nine properties in six months The Yukon’s Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) unit shut down nine properties,
- Council sets schedule into 2018 Council sets schedule into 2018
- New field school pilot starts in Pelly Crossing A new program at Yukon College’s Hets’edän Kú’ (Learning House) campus in Pelly Crossing
June 23, 2017
- Power rates headed for an upswing Yukon Energy has applied to the Yukon Utilities Board
- Rollover, road closures affected many people Whitehorse RCMP are continuing to investigate the cause of Thursday’s rollover of a tanker truck carrying aviation fuel.
- It’s time for a new chapter, senator declares Yukon Senator Dan Lang said allegations made against him of workplace harassment had nothing to do with his decision to retire.
- More alcohol abusers are entering hospital The Yukon has almost three times the national rate of hospitalizations caused entirely by alcohol.
- Dawson hotel’s toe is returned – with an apology The Dawson City sourtoe has been returned to its rightful owner – with an anonymous note of apology from the thief.
- Corrections Last Friday’s story
- Resources from B.C. deployed to Klondike B.C. firefighting personnel are being deployed to the Yukon today
- Drawings chart ideas for francophone high school Early concept drawings for the Yukon’s new French-language high school
- Pop-up U.S. consulate is on today American citizens in the Yukon looking to update their travel documents are attending a pop-up U.S. consulate today at the Multicultural Centre on Fourth Avenue.
- Skincare product earns Dawsonites Yukon Innovation Prize Dawson City’s Elise McCormick and Joanne Sherrard are this year’s winners of the Yukon Innovation Prize.
- YG gives funds to the Golden Age Society The Government of Yukon’s Community Development Fund awarded
- Balancing Art Borealis Soul is presenting Dark, Cold, and Quiet at the Yukon Arts Centre
- The Yukon Imagination Library celebrates 10 years The Yukon Imagination Library celebrates 10 years