A 34-year-old poacher from the Carcross Corner was sentenced Friday afternoon
- Council green-lights Kopper King drive-thru (13)
- YP to attend Mineral Exploration Roundup (13)
- Ex-Speaker enters plea to sexual assault charge (11)
- Liberals reaffirm stance on Peel’s management (10)
- City OKs zoning changes for affordable housing (9)
- Family’s lawyer hopes for ‘amicable’ resolution (8)
- Power failure plunged thousands into darkness (7)
- CO has never seen a worse case of poaching (5)
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January 23, 2017
- Francophone festival will close road The city is advising motorists that a portion of Main Street will be subject to a special event road closure for the duration of La Nocturne.
January 20, 2017
- NDP questions dissolving the united front “If you need unity, then we’ll be there for unity’s sake.”
- YCS has faith in Grits’pledge on Peel The Yukon Conservation Society remains confident t
- Roll back rate increase, chamber urges council The Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce
- City staff to reconsider procedures bylaw Members of the public will continue to have access to council information packages days ahead of a scheduled council meeting – at least until February.
- Award-winning director to show documentary A documentary film called A New Moon Over Tohoku (東北の新月)
- Exhibition Continues Lindsey Tyne Johnson’s exhibition Fluo
- Award-winning brewery brings back retired favourites To mark its 20th anniversary – which coincides with Canada’s 150th
- Hospital joins effort to harness food’s healing power Whitehorse General Hospital (WGH),
- Perparing For The Production Michael Gignac and Selene Vakharia
- Bakery loyalists break bread with new owners Some decisions in life are constant, while others are like taking a leap of faith.
January 19, 2017
- Liberals reaffirm stance on Peel’s management The Yukon government accepts the Peel land use planning process should go back to the drawing board,
- Ex-Speaker enters plea to sexual assault charge David Laxton, the former Speaker of the Yukon Legislative Assembly, has pleaded not guilty to a charge of sexual assault.
- YP to attend Mineral Exploration Roundup The Yukon Party official Opposition will send a delegation to this month’s annual Mineral Exploration Roundup in Vancouver.
- Yukoners to support Washington march Hundreds of thousands of women and their supporters are expected to march in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday.
- Vehicles Tangles Responders work
- Artist’s work to be exhibited at college Having made waves from Vancouver to Toronto in the last year,
- Solving The Problem Vancouver-based diver Brad McIntosh
- Go Nuts proceeds will be used wisely The proceeds from this and Friday evenings’ Go Nuts presentation