- Investigation starts into Yukon’s seventh homicide (21)
- Infilling plan would create more country lots (16)
- Qualified independent party to inspect WCC (13)
- Man seriously hurt in Porter Creek shooting (13)
- Dogs have made life unbearable, residents say (12)
- Witnesses testify in dog rescue owner’s defence (8)
- Learning partnership launched in Nanaimo, Carcross (6)
- Woman found (3)
September 20, 2017
- Government reaching out to societies The Yukon government is studying how to modernize the Societies Act and regulations.
- The New And The old Shākāt Journal:
- Party questions handling of opioid crisis The Yukon Party is expressing concerns about how the growing opioid crisis is being handled in the territory.
- Chum crossing Yukon-Alaska border in abundance This year’s run of Yukon River fall chum salmon was expected to be above average and it’s come in larger than expected.
- Subdivision’s fifth phase could be home to 600 The fifth phase of the Whistle Bend subdivision could house close to 600 people if plans go ahead as proposed.
- Dogs have made life unbearable, residents say Some Tagish residents claim loud barking at all hours and the smell of dog poop from a dog rescue facility have become unbearable over the last five years.
- Qualified independent party to inspect WCC he Yukon’s minister of Justice plans to direct an independent inspection into how the Whitehorse Correctional Centre (WCC) handles inmates with mental health concerns, including Michael Nehass.
September 19, 2017
- A Successful Foray For the ninth year,
- Anti-poverty advocate to speak Penny Goldsmith,
- Putting Food On Wheels Heidi French organizes the goods at last Saturday’s annual Stuff the Bus
- Alkan Air celebrating Nanaimo hangar, base Alkan Air Ltd. has opened a hangar and operations base at the Nanaimo Airport on Vancouver Island.
- Annual Terry Fox run fun .
- Videos designed to help victims of violence A new resource is raising awareness about the options available to victims of violence in Whitehorse.
- Woman found Yukon RCMP say a missing Whitehorse woman has been located safe.
- Infilling plan would create more country lots The city could be closer to adding several country residential lots after next week’s council meeting.
- Students having problems with bus schedule A minor change in the school day schedule
September 18, 2017
- Premier, minister led investment mission in Toronto Premier Sandy Silver and Ranj Pillai,
- Mining executives see Yukon gold bar Representatives of Golden Predator Mining Corp.
- River Searched Whitehorse RCMP dispatched a helicopter
- Museum lets artifacts speak for themselves When Sid van der Meer won his History Maker Award last February, Tourism and Culture Minister Jeanie Dendys made a mistake.
- Learning The Ropes Ken Rombough helps Devon Latham into the RV 8,
- Quake felt here In an event felt in Whitehorse and southern Yukon, a magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook Alaska about 135 miles (217 kilometres) northwest of Juneau.
- Home owner takes issue with city inspection A local home owner is taking issue with the city’s building inspection process
- Dog’s fate is bounding into a courtroom A dispute over a dog has landed in Yukon Small Claims Court.
- Decision bodies taking their time on road issue There is still no decision on the controversial proposal by ATAC