- ‘We are facing a housing crisis in Ross River’ (17)
- Confusion shares the air with the carbon (15)
- Man’s sentence was excessive, court told (10)
- MLAs who vetoed wage study earn $93,000-plus: NDP (10)
- Home owner sues city following 2016 fire (6)
- Company files lawsuit against Watson Lake (3)
- Consultation begins on residential lots infills (3)
- City moves to legitimize dirt bike area use (2)
May 23, 2017
- Two fires reported over long weekend Fire officials with Yukon Wildland Fire Management responded to two human-caused wildfires over the long weekend.
- Brewery seeks conditional use approval from council As the Winterlong brewery celebrates its second birthday,
- Man's Whereabouts Sought Whitehorse RCMP said
- Rebel against harmful forces, graduates urged Nadia Joe’s earliest memory of racism takes her back to the playground behind her childhood home in Hillcrest.
- Famous Mustang failed to sell at U.S. auction The first hardtop Mustang to roll off Ford’s assembly line in 1964 didn’t sell in last Saturday’s auction because it didn’t reach the minimum bid.
- Firefighters determined tree was unsafe As strong winds gusted through the city and territory throughout the weekend,
- YP leader expresses sorrow over explosion Following Monday evening’s news of the explosion during a concert in Manchester, United Kingdom,
- Home owner sues city following 2016 fire A local man is suing the City of Whitehorse,
- Man’s sentence was excessive, court told The Yukon Court of Appeal has heard arguments that sentencing for a man convicted of a string of crimes including robbery was inappropriately harsh.
- Stop-work order was applied following blast at minesite A Pelly Construction Ltd. employee
May 19, 2017
- Clinics’ funding uncertainty raised in legislature The Yukon NDP expressed concerns about women’s sexual and reproductive health in the legislature this week.
- Spring identification blitz targets underage drinking As part of the Yukon’s Check 25 program,
- Who Goes There? A herd of sea lions
- YG pursuing solution to mining standoffs Energy, Mines and Resources Minister Ranj Pillai says there is still lots of work ahead to sort out the question of mining inside municipalities.
- Delectable Desserts Ranin Arafat and her family run a booth,
- Farmers heard of renowned research Dr. Temple Grandin briefed Yukon livestock farmers this morning about her groundbreaking research that promotes the humane treatment of animals.
- Ignorance, laziness despoil highway ditches Whitehorse resident Tony Grabowski says it’s disappointing to see so much garbage in the ditches along the Alaska Highway.
- New Addition To The Fleet Air North’s new ATR aircraft
- Council poised to vote on phone contract renewal The city may well be faced with a $756,000 phone bill over the next three years as it considers the future of traditional phone lines for city staff.
- Arctic Winter Games to return to council’s agenda City council is once again considering hosting athletes from across the North.
- Old CIBC gets $25,000 shot-in-the-arm The City of Dawson purchased the Old CIBC Building on Front Street
- Opioid management conference set The Yukon government will host a conference on May 31 and June 1
- Ex-mayoral hopeful loses his appeal of driving conviction The appeal of a driving offence by a former Whitehorse mayoral candidate has been denied by the Yukon Court of Appeal.
- Tax will be ‘bureaucratic nightmare,’ YP predicts The Yukon Party predicts the federal carbon pricing plan will be a “bureaucratic nightmare,”
- Help cheers victim of endless break-ins Antoinette Oliphant admits it took a few days for her to agree to let her friends Gary and Kristine Lachance launch a fundraiser to help her better secure her restaurant and install a security system.
- Famous pony car to be auctioned off Saturday The first hardtop Mustang to roll off Ford’s assembly line in 1964 was shipped to Whitehorse Motors by mistake.
May 18, 2017
- Renowned kids’ entertainer is on Yukon tour Nationally renowned children’s entertainer Will Stroet and his Backyard Band are on a Yukon tour.
- A 'Vantastick' Variety YuKonstruct’s third annual Van Slam
- Coalition will monitor food costs The Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition
- Artistic exploration, creative communities funded Artists and community organizations received a collective $261,700
- Wilderness Training Scouts Yukon members participated in a wilderness first aid course by Wilderness Medical Associates International over the weekend.
- Justice minister sets Yukon policing priorities Violence against women,
- Cellphones couldn’t link to land lines this morning The Yukon government and emergency services personnel were telling residents to use a landline when calling 911 this morning.
- City may ask territory to extend staking ban City council is considering asking the Yukon government to extend its ban on staking quartz claims in the city.
- Incentive pact proposed for downtown property A local developer
- S-6 failed to offer perfect solutions: Cathers In a rare turnabout,