The Minto Mine has extended its operating plan by 2 1/2 years and possibly longer, mine manager Ron Light said this morning.
The Yukon Party supports making National Aboriginal Day a statutory holiday,
Yukon RCMP offered some new details Tuesday on three recent deaths in Whitehorse
The library at Yukon College is empty.
- Carbon tax takes starring role in question period (17)
- Costs of new statutory holiday outlined (13)
- Operations building gets formal approval (9)
- Deaths ‘real shock, devastating,’ mayor says (8)
- ‘If you know something ... please come forward’ (5)
- Canada Day party budget may reach $285,100 (4)
- Canyon City Hockey League’s Sundogs hoist championship trophy (4)
- ‘The families are grieving and the community is grieving’ (2)
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April 26, 2017
- Yukon Party grills Liberals on carbon tax The Yukon government is not yet saying what the carbon tax will look like in terms of cents per litre of fuel at Yukon gas stations.
April 25, 2017
- Carbon tax takes starring role in question period Yukon Party used its first (and second, and last) question as the official Opposition on Monday to grill the Yukon Liberals on the carbon tax.
- Operations building gets formal approval The city will move forward
- Review method for well proposal lands in court The Federal Court heard arguments in Whitehorse Monday
April 24, 2017
- Deaths ‘real shock, devastating,’ mayor says Whitehorse RCMP have released the names of the two women found dead in the McIntrye subdivision last week.
- Burning conducted in Long Lake Road area Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.
- Canada Day party budget may reach $285,100 As the city gets set to host one of its biggest Canada Day celebrations
- Minister blames Yukon Party for ‘turmoil’ The minister responsible for the Public Service Commission
- Council members’ votes, attendance recapped City council’s “report card”, as Coun. Betty Irwin termed it, has been released.
- Places To Go A coyote
- Public comment invited on draft pharmacists rules The Yukon government is seeking public feedback on the draft regulation for pharmacists,
- Honouring A Famous Yukoner Commissioner Doug Phillips delivers the eulogy
- River still safe for walking While there’s a lineup of vehicles of all sizes on the east bank of the Yukon River near the ferry landing,