It’s been a full century since Klondike Joe Boyle,
Transit riders heading out of Riverdale will once again be back in the regular traffic mix next week.
The Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN) has taken a historic step toward revitalizing First Nations languages in the territory.
Kluane Adamek has been named Yukon’s interim regional chief to the Assembly of First Nations (AFN).
- Condo units will start at $369,500 (17)
- Crown, family had opposed open custody (16)
- Pot sale’s limit to Marwell draws objection (11)
- Test lane helped buses adhere to schedules (10)
- Quarry bid didn’t get a full airing: proponent (7)
- Stop-work order issued for Mah’s Point 2 site (7)
- Parents left in lurch with daycare’s sudden closure (5)
- Dedicated transit lane deemed a success as experiment ends (5)
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January 19, 2018
- Mine production would mean about 165 jobs Alexco Resource Corp. is moving toward bringing its Keno Hill Silver District back into production this year, says a senior company official.
- MADD on the road to fewer impaired drivers Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Whitehorse is working to change impaired driving rates in the Yukon.
- Displaying Diversity The Pride flag has been flying in front of Yukon RCMP headquarters in Whitehorse this week.
- Support builds for tiny houses project The Blood Ties Four Directions Centre’s proposal to build five tiny homes on its lot at Jarvis Street and Sixth Avenue was praised Monday night as a step in bringing more affordable housing options to those who need it.
- Council studies bylaw for automated vote counting It’s anticipated the city will once again use an automatic system to tally votes in the Oct. 18 municipal election.
- Locally-built ice roads help West Dawsonites Work continues on the project to make a ”Band-Aid ice bridge”,
- Artist’s childhood inspired his show Artist and carver Dennis Shorty has happy childhood memories of growing up in Kaska territory with his family, listening to stories from his grandfather and spending time out on the land.
January 18, 2018
- Stop-work order issued for Mah’s Point 2 site A stop-work order was set to be issued today for the vacant lot at Second Avenue and Strickland Street that will see the building of Mah’s Point 2, an eight-storey condo structure.
- RCMP seek help Carcross RCMP are seeking the public’s help in investigating an attempted break and enter in Tagish on New Year’s Eve.
- Finale Goes Tonight The Extremely Moving Youth Society will present the Go Nuts
- New rec centre a possibility for Dawson Back in November 2017, Dawson’s council spent several meetings poring over a series of options related to the future of the Art and Margaret Fry Recreation Centre (AMFRC).
- Into The Drink A member of the Whitehorse Fire Department participates Monday in an ice rescue refresher session in the Yukon River.
January 17, 2018
- Condo units will start at $369,500 At eight storeys, a planned condominium development will be the tallest residential building in Whitehorse – in fact, in the territory.
- Ice bridge initiative begins in Dawson City In the midst of the current mild weather, Yukon government staff and contractors began their attempt to build an ice bridge in Dawson City on Tuesday afternoon.
- Tenants relocated after pipe bursts Residents of four apartment units at 60 Selkirk St. have been moved to hotels or other Yukon Housing Corp. units after a pipe burst in one of the eight unit buildings at the Riverdale site.
- Suspicious noise was from fireworks Whitehorse RCMP were called to investigate a suspicious noise at Elijah Smith Elementary School at around noon Monday.
- New learning space unveiled at Yukon College The Innovation Commons at Yukon College’s Ayamdigut campus was officially opened Tuesday morning.
- Impressive Choreography The Extremely Moving Youth Society will take the stage with the Go Nuts
- YG gains time for questions on tailings proposal The Yukon government has been given more time to answer questions about its proposal to use tailings from placer mines for road maintenance and construction.
- Preparing For An Emergency Six members of the Whitehorse Fire Department took part in an ice rescue refresher session in the Yukon River on Monday afternoon.
- Council approves lot infill plans Plans to add residential lots to three neighbourhoods around the city can move ahead.
- Whistle Bend’s fifth phase cleared by city Work on the fifth phase of the Whistle Bend subdivision moved forward Monday evening when council unanimously approved its subdivision.