The Yukon’s NDP leader is calling on the Yukon Liberal government to remove Tamara Goeppel as chair of the Central Yukon Assessment Review Board in light of the former election candidate’s charges under the Yukon Elections Act.
The RCMP have charged Tamara Goeppel,
If you were to ask two Yukon First Nations how to spell partnership,
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- Yukoners protest Liberals’ broken promise (16)
- Nehass case believed to have carved legal history (10)
- Revoke Goeppel’s appointment, NDP tells Liberals (6)
- Silver stresses building an economy as partners (5)
- Man basing his appeal on judge’s comments (4)
- Whitehorse cadets qualify for national competition (3)
- Public will still access council packages on Fridays (2)
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February 17, 2017
- Man sentenced for setting fire to Dawson home A Kamloops, B.C. man was sentenced for arson Tuesday in Yukon Supreme Court.
- Insults flowed both ways: subject of complaint The former owner of White Tornado Cleaning services,
- Premier confident census won’t comprise federal funds The Yukon government is not expecting the 2016 census to significantly affect federal transfer payments to the territory,
- Specialist speaks of marijuana use, safe workplaces An Alberta addictions specialist spoke to Yukoners Thursday morning about marijuana and workplace safety.
- Syrian Conflict Discussed In association with the exhibit Behind The Lines: Contemporary Syrian Art,
- Musher’s wrong turn proved costly A Yukon Quest musher appears to have made a costly wrong turn with fewer than 20 miles left in the 1,000-mile race.
- For rookie musher, Quest is tough but worth it It was warm and calm Thursday
- CBA president apprised of legal system gaps The Canadian Bar Association (CBA) is bringing attention to issues with access to justice in remote communities.
- Students’ murals unveiled at RCMP detachment Two student murals were unveiled Monday at the RCMP detachment in Carmacks.
- Celebrating Francophone Culture Zumba instructor Audrey Percheron
- Officials work to get city ready to host Iditarod start Preparations for the world’s most famous sled dog race
- Syrian refugees still adjusting to community The biggest obstacle on the Aarafats’ path to financial independence is the language barrier, says the founder of Yukon Cares.
February 16, 2017
- Faro officials won’t be forcing mobile home residents to move Faro Mayor Jack Bowers says the town will not be forcing residents of a municipally-owned mobile home park to leave or move their homes.
- Malt brings three silver medals for Yukon Brewing Less than a year since their inaugural whisky release,
- Noted Playwright Visits Daniel MacIvor gives a talk on practical playwriting Monday evening
- Heritage fair draws praise from mayor, receives city financing For four years, Mayor Dan Curtis has been among the approximately 30 volunteer judges
- Storytelling Icon Remembered Stuart McLean,
- Batch of dog teams cross Quest finish line Wednesday was a busy day at the Yukon Quest finish line in downtown Fairbanks.
February 15, 2017
- Nehass case believed to have carved legal history A mistrial has been declared in the landmark Nehass case.
- Yukoners protest Liberals’ broken promise Roses are red, violets are blue, these protesters say that Trudeau lied to you.
- Health, wellness is theme of Innovation Prize The Cold Climate Innovation (CCI) of the Yukon Research Centre and territorial Department of Economic Development have launched the third annual Yukon Innovation Prize, Yukon College said last Friday.
- Winds block final teams from summit High winds have bottlenecked the final six mushers in the Yukon Quest on the far side of Eagle Summit.
- Board overstepped its authority, parties agree What looked like the potential for another tug-of-war over the jurisdiction of the Yukon Water Board ended peacefully Jan. 26.
- Splish-Splash Puddles in downtown Whitehorse in February
- Well-wishers, special rose greet Quest victor Two Rivers, Alaska musher Matt Hall won the 2017 Yukon Quest Tuesday,
- Malnutrition, stress key factors in doe’s death The cause of death has been determined for a deer that died last week on the Yukon River in Whitehorse.