- Reality TV star faces Waters Act charges (15)
- Union calls attending sessions ‘waste of time’ (15)
- Turbines would power several hundred dwellings (11)
- Operations building cost could rise by $9.2 M (6)
- Key figures hushed on land claims bombshell (5)
- Questions raised on operations building contract (5)
- Clark Builders strike gold in attaining certification (2)
- ‘The families are grieving and the community is grieving’ (2)
April 19, 2017
- Second sudden death probed Whitehorse RCMP are investigating a sudden death in McIntyre.
- City sole-sources licence work City council was left with little option April 10 but to sole-source licence renewals with Microsoft Canada for the city’s software.
- Clark Builders strike gold in attaining certification F.H. Collins Secondary School has officially received the designation of being the territory’s first commercial/institutional building to be LEED Gold-certified.
- Apron panels dispute sees countersuit lodged The Whitehorse company hired to replace apron panels at the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport is countersuing the Yukon government.
- Cause of downtown bush fire unknown The Whitehorse Fire Department put out a small brush fire in the downtown area Tuesday afternoon.
- Final arguments set for reality TV star’s case Testimony concluded Tuesday afternoon in Whitehorse in the case of a mining reality TV star.
- Operations building cost could rise by $9.2 M The price tag on the city’s proposed operations building could rise by nearly $10 million.
- Mining company eyes production by mid-2018 Alexco Resource Corp. wants to have its Keno Hill Silver District back in production by the middle of next year, says the company president.
- Turbines would power several hundred dwellings A proposal to install enough wind generation on Haeckel Hill to power 525 homes
April 18, 2017
- Another Highway Casualty A coyote looks up from feeding on the carcass
- City OKs lower fees for small structure demolition Anyone looking to demolish a small structure may want to wait a few weeks.
- City’s 2017 biennial citizen survey planned Whitehorse will launch its citizen survey on Wednesday.
- CDF awards $131,000 for projects The Yukon government has awarded more than $131,000 to 10 community organizations through Tier 1 of the Community Development Fund (CDF).
- Preparing An Apres-Ski Treat Chris Gilbert, left, and Erin McIntyre
- Road closer to getting new name Residents of McLean Lake Road
- Spring's Relentless Approach Pussy willows
- Contract awarded for city building access Norcope Enterprises will be responsible for doing the road work on the access to the site of the city’s proposed operations building.
- Initial phase of online corporate registry a go The Yukon government has launched the first phase of the Yukon Corporate Online Registry (YCOR).
- Budget change approved in light of grant for lift Another $20,000 has been added to the city’s budget,
- Reality TV star faces Waters Act charges A star from the reality TV series Gold Rush (formerly Gold Rush Alaska) was in territorial court this morning facing charges under Yukon’s Waters Act.
- Key figures hushed on land claims bombshell Territorial and First Nations leaders are not saying much after counsel for the federal government dropped a bomb in Yukon Supreme Court last week.
April 17, 2017
- Three ministers visited Old Crow The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation’s chief and council welcomed three territorial ministers to their traditional territory last week.
- Polar Plunge Beth Ellis (in water)
- Writing for kids is a different genre: author “I grew up in Calgary,” said Stacey Matson,
- Hunting For Goodies Hundreds of people turned out on Sunday
- Exercise Baton Ranger II announced in Dawson City Lt. Col. Luis Carvallo, commanding officer, 1st Canadian Ranger Patrol Group,
- Correction The Star reported last Wednesday
- Yukon gov’t. endorses marijuana legalization The Yukon government supports Ottawa’s proposed federal marijuana legalization and regulation.
- Yukoners’ advice prompts delay in inquiry’s plans After hearing from loved ones and survivors of violence in Whitehorse last week,
- Former commissioner pushed for Yukon autonomy Commissioner Doug Phillips says the late James Smith was among those who pushed hard to bring responsible government to the Yukon.