- ‘I wish to be paid for the time worked’ (19)
- Riders could avoid downtown trips under bus plan (14)
- ATV bylaw passes first two readings (8)
- Ambulance was being returned, family says (7)
- As summer dawns, YLC boosts its prices (7)
- Townhouses should proceed, city staff say (2)
- Missing man found in wilderness (2)
- Proposed rezoning emerges for new downtown fire hall (1)
June 18, 2018
- Council briefed on B&B plans Approving a proposed conditional use application for a property on War Eagle Way would allow a local family to pursue their dream of owning and operating a bed and breakfast, thus contributing to the territory’s tourism industry.
- Council clears way for proxy voting Whitehorse voters will have the option to appoint a proxy to cast their ballot in the Oct. 18 municipal election.
- Cruising the show Photo Spread
- Updated taxi regulations moving forward A set of new regulations for taxis in Whitehorse is closer to becoming a reality
- Accused appears in court The man accused of murdering Wendy Carlick and Sarah MacIntosh was back in court Friday.
- MP not hearing us on gun law: YFGA A local association is upset with a federal bill intended to tighten firearms legislation, saying the Yukon’s lone MP is failing to stand up for residents.
- Ambulance was being returned, family says The family of Elizabeth Boyd has released a statement regarding her death from a highway rollover incident early last Wednesday.
- ATV bylaw passes first two readings The city is closer to having new regulations around off-road vehicles
- ‘I wish to be paid for the time worked’ A substitute teacher is taking the territorial Department of Education to small claims court for $5,710.28 in unpaid wages.
June 15, 2018
- School council seats still open for upcoming years School council seats are still open at some Yukon schools,
- Print, publishing event added to its story component After several years attached to the Riverside Arts Festival,
- Board seeks input into Yukon’s minimum wage The Employment Standards Board is reviewing the Yukon’s minimum wage at the request of the territorial government.
- Accessibility To Natural Beauty Improved Consultant Darryl Tait, left, and Derek Crowe, the project manager,
- Students learn to protect their privacy Diane McLeod-McKay, the Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner, recently wrapped up a tour of Whitehorse-area schools.
- Walking For Vital Reasons The annual MS Walk took place last Saturday at Rotary Peace Park.
- Heavy rains close part of campground The Department of Environment has closed loops 2 and 3 at the Kusawa Lake territorial campground due to Thursday’s heavy rain.
- New judge vows to work hard, do her best The Yukon Supreme Court has a new justice as Edith Campbell steps up to the bench.
- Now Showing Anthony Wallace is one of the artists featured in Audible Landscapes at the Yukon Arts Centre.
- Rescue personnel searching for new home Officials with the local branch of the Civil Air Search And Rescue (CASAR) are scrambling to find a new permanent home.
- Lightning strike delays flight arrival An Air North passenger plane flying over Alberta was struck by lightning Thursday evening.
- Property owner hails go-ahead for townhouses Lilabeth Gallanosa says council’s 6-1 vote Monday to rezone her property at 21 12th Ave. came as a relief.
- Airport cleared; package scrutinized The Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport was closed at mid-day due to a safety concern.
- Probation breach returns man to cells A 40-year-old Whitehorse man will be serving 60 days in jail after breaching his probation order.
- Rollover takes life of award-winning firefighter A vehicle rollover on the Alaska Highway near Haines Junction on Wednesday morning claimed the life of a 19-year-old Commissioner’s Award winner and volunteer firefighter.
- Optics around office closure ‘horrible’: YEU The territory’s employees’ union is speaking out against the temporary closure of a youth office under the purview of the Department of Health and Social Services.
June 14, 2018
- Inquiry extension draws mixed reaction The Yukon Aboriginal Women’s Council says it has mixed reactions to the six-month work extension for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
- Ex-premier’s speech was informative, chamber believes Former New Brunswick premier Frank McKenna was an informative speaker last week in Whitehorse, the Yukon Chamber of Commerce said Tuesday.
- Young People Rule The Vanier Senior Jazz combo performs Wednesday at Arts in the Park at LePage Park in downtown Whitehorse.
- Students help recycle directories Northwestel Inc. has congratulated students at Robert Service School in Dawson City for saving 780 directories from the dump as part of the annual Northwestel Directory Recycling contest.
- Winged And Waterlogged A gull sits on a nest in the Yukon River by Quartz Road
- CDF awards more than $1.2 M to projects The Yukon government is awarding more than $1.2 million to 12 organizations through the Community Development Fund (CDF).
- Local farm to supply products to NVD for restaurants, events Northern Vision Development (NVD) and Flat Creek Farms plan to bring a greener,
- Bright picture forecast for affordable housing A Yellowknife-based affordable housing consultant calls the territory “well-positioned” to tackle the issue of affordable housing in the coming years.
- Investigation into fatality continues A single-vehicle collision left one person dead 10 kilometres east of Haines Junction on Wednesday morning.