Bruce Bergman is being remembered as a talented musician
Mike Smith, a former lawyer, Council for Yukon Indians chair, and Kwanlin Dün First Nation chief, died Wednesday in Whitehorse.
Yukon RCMP laid several charges over the Thanksgiving weekend for driving behaviours that put road users at risk.
The Yukon government will make radon testing and mitigation a licensing requirement
- 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)
October 20, 2017
- City can do little to help Winterval: mayor Santa Claus is still coming to town.
- 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.
- 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.
- Trial hears different stories from complainant, accused Yukon Territorial Court heard conflicting testimony this week
- Destination: Warmth While this week’s snow
- 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.
- 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.
- Truck Topples Pole This single-vehicle collision
- Coffee operations will begin in 2021-22 Goldcorp continued its regular series of information sessions in Dawson City last weekend.
- A Special Occasion Lara Lewis
- 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.
- Identification Exercise The Yukon Energy, Mines and Resources library held its annual open house Wednesday.
- 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,
- Chambers welcome revised tax reforms The Whitehorse Chamber and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce
- Speaker set for International Archaeology Day Speaker set for International Archaeology Day
October 19, 2017
- Placer miner plans exploration work Darrell Carey will be conducting exploration work on placer claims in Dawson City – even though his application to mine the claims has been denied.
- Whitehorse Transit is out to design a better bus service Whitehorse Transit recently kicked off a project to make its services more effective and efficient.
- Francophones get new source of mental health support French-speaking Yukoners dealing with psychological distress now have access to free,
- Sustainable Arctic development conference continues Since 2015, Jen Jones—a Trudeau Foundation Scholar, PhD candidate and long-time Yukon resident—has been working alongside Little Salmon-Carmacks First Nation (LSCFN).
- Pact inked for Indigenous land use planning Three First Nations leaders have agreed to foster a partnership to conduct land use planning in the Southern Lakes region.
- RCMP investigate fatal crash near Rancheria The Alaska Highway in southeast Yukon was closed all night following a fatal two-vehicle collision on Wednesday afternoon.
October 18, 2017
- City asked to support annual Yukoner Appreciation Day The Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce is asking for the city’s support in what’s become a Whitehorse shopping tradition.
- More discontent surfaces about act consultation City councillor Samson Hartland and Great River Air owner Craig Unterschute
- MLA challenges minister on bus service stance The impending termination of the Greyhound bus route
- Corner Collision Whitehorse firefighters
- City asked to spend more on waste, compost carts City council is being asked to approve a budget change that would see it spend $29,000 on waste and compost carts.
- Tunes With Connections Paris Seymore performs
- New deputy minister appointed Jaime Pitfield has been appointed as deputy minister for the Department of Highways and Public Works,
- Marking Number 84 Jim Robb,
- Dishing Out The Grub Jordan Keats, right,