- Yukon Liberals: the first one hundred days (14)
- Potential sole-sourced contract stirs concerns (10)
- Many travel to Ottawa for Supreme Court of Canada hearing (9)
- ‘Due process’ urged for OCP change for quarry (6)
- Hillcrest property owners may face city charge (4)
- Ground problems stall work on care facility (4)
- ‘I actually teared up a couple of times’ (3)
- Sisters were insulted and harassed, board finds (2)
March 21, 2017
- Goldcorp investment has a link to interests in Yukon Goldcorp has made an investment into a company with exploration interests in the Freegold Mountain area west of Carmacks.
- Sending Off The CEO .
- Long winter’s blues will soon go up in smoke As the weather finally warms up,
- Many travel to Ottawa for Supreme Court of Canada hearing Those who’ve led the legal battle over the Peel River watershed expressed optimism Sunday as they prepared to depart for the Supreme Court of Canada hearing in Ottawa.
- Yukon Liberals: the first one hundred days The Yukon Party took the Yukon Liberals’ 100th day in office on March 13 as an occasion to fire a few potshots at the new government,
- ‘Due process’ urged for OCP change for quarry Norcope Construction is urging Whitehorse city council to at least allow for public input into an amendment it’s seeking to the Official Community Plan (OCP).
March 20, 2017
- YP challenges premier on deficit The Yukon Party is continuing to vehemently dispute Premier Sandy Silver’s claim that it exited office last year with the territory in the red,
- Whiskered Visitors After a fruitless attempt at chasing a marten in the Teslin area,
- Uncertainty reigns in Nehass case The court location for the trial of Michael Nehass remains undecided due to an unclear technicality.
- Getting The Picture On Patriotism Grade 3 students at Elijah Smith Elementary School pose Friday
- Council approves travel expenses for two members Travel and per diem expenses were approved last Monday evening
- Food From The Firehouses Whitehorse firefighter Oliver Hallickman
- City’s rezoning of Lorne Road property has been approved by city council Annie Lake Trucking can now move toward subdivision of a 1.32 -hectare piece of vacant Commissioner’s land on Lorne Road.
- Federal Minister Visits Tournament The 40th Annual Yukon Native Hockey Tournamnet
- Food vendors can apply for city spaces Grilled cheese, pad thai, curry, and so much more – oh my!
- Warning issued about fraudulent air passes Air North is warning customers that segments of fraudulently purchased air passes are being sold online.
- Railway society, MacBride Museum to merge Two museums in the city are slated to become one.
- Sisters were insulted and harassed, board finds A Whitehorse woman has been ordered to pay two of her former employees a total of $5,000 for calling them derogatory names while they were seeking payment for a job.
March 17, 2017
- Minister attends UN event on the status of women Jeanie Dendys, the minister responsible for the Women’s Directorate,
- Miners express fears about World Heritage Status The advisory committee working on the project to bring UNESCO World Heritage Status for the Klondike region has learned that more outreach is needed to assuage fears among the mining community working the gold fields.
- City council adopts umbrella bylaws The city has summed up its 2016 spending in three bylaws council adopted last month.
- Don’t fiscally over-indulge, YP warns Today, in recognition of St. Patrick’s Day, the Official Opposition released the following statement:
- Rotary scholar heads to South Africa Yukoner Allison Furniss has been awarded a prestigious $30,000 US Rotary global grant scholarship with a focus in peace, conflict prevention/resolution.
- Commissioner, Visitors Drop In Commissioner Doug Phillips
- Burned-out motor triggers evacuation The RBC Centre was evacuated Thursday afternoon due to some light smoke.
- Bike rack among five projects getting environmental grants École Whitehorse Elementary School students will soon have a new spot to park their bikes in the coming months.
- Council passes resolutions it will take to AYC Community infrastructure and waste management programs
- Evidence justified man’s sentence, lawyer says The defence lawyer in a case where a Pelly Crossing man received a suspended sentence says it was appropriate, given the evidence.
- Federal minister attends Intergovernmental Forum Canada needs
- Yukon model to walk the runway in Denver A Pelly Crossing woman is heading to Colorado to strut her stuff in a First Nations fashion show.
- RCMP want to hear from witnesses to arrest Some Whitehorse residents are concerned the RCMP may have used excessive force in an incident at a downtown restaurant on Wednesday evening.