- Officer reacted to tip, truck’s rolling stop (22)
- Petition against carbon tax, CTF urges Yukoners (13)
- Chinook salmon forecast still uncertain (6)
- Marwell lift station costs explode (6)
- Mayor content with citizens’ survey results (6)
- September trial to decide rescue’s future (5)
- Parties awaiting decision on Yukon all-season road (5)
- Premiers unified on key issues, Silver says (4)
July 18, 2017
- Firefighting equipment, $25,000 in cash are being sent to B.C. The Yukon is sending 40 firefighting pumps to B.C.
- Greenland Band Performs Joe Novelli and Nive Nielsen perform with Nive and the Deer Children on Monday evening
- Mineral claims staking moratorium extended The moratorium on staking mineral claims inside most of the City of Whitehorse was extended last Friday for another five years.
- Vehicle for hire bylaw may be changed Certain business owners could soon be subject to new city regulations.
- Strengths of people with disabilities emphasized Whitehorse played host last week to an international research project that is using improvisation to highlight the strengths of people with disabilities.
- More pertussis cases confirmed in territory More than 30 confirmed cases of pertussis (whooping cough) have been diagnosed in the Yukon, and cases continue to mount steadily.
- Marwell lift station costs explode The city is caught “between a rock and a hard place, as they say” when it comes to fixing up the Marwell lift station.
July 17, 2017
- Sixty-one fires burning in territory No new fires have been reported in the last 24 hours,
- Celebrating New Housing The latest Habitat for Humanity Yukon housing project was celebrated last Thursday afternoon.
- Silver to take part in Alberta premiers’ meetings Premier Sandy Silver will meet with his colleagues Tuesday and Wednesday in Edmonton.
- Rescued And Recovering This juvenile eagle
- Highway celebration show hits city Wednesday It’s a road show that’s been more than 75 years in the making.
- Website ‘susceptible to abuse,’ YP says The Yukon Party is poking holes in the financial advisory panel’s consultations process.
- Detours set as downtown street work kicks in Drivers heading downtown may want to rethink their routes
- Chinook salmon forecast still uncertain It will be another week or so before management officials are able to provide a forecast of how strong the run of chinook salmon will be into the Yukon.
- Officer reacted to tip, truck’s rolling stop Breath samples have been thrown out in the case of a man charged with impaired driving in Whitehorse.
July 14, 2017
- Sand, salt contracts awarded Skookum Asphalt and Canadian Lynden Transport will provide the city with sand and road salt next winter.
- Segregation at WCC subject to consistent scrutiny: officials The use of segregation or separate confinement in corrections is a hot topic across Canada. But how does the Yukon measure up?
- No sign of water wells being contaminated City drinking water has not been contaminated by an almost decade-old oil spill at the former F.H. Collins Secondary School.
- Medicine Hat tackling issue of homelessness effectively Can a city end homelessness?
- Youthful Dexterity The Cypherfest Breakdance Street Festival
- Hank Karr’s musical memories and more detailed in new book Hank Karr’s musical memories and more detailed in new book
- Aviation reunion provides a chance to catch up Close to 100 aviators who have been part of the North’s aviation scene
- Faro housing set to be put up for sale by town Two decades after the Faro mine shut down
- Goldcorp confident about first gold by end of 2020 The Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board says Goldcorp’s Coffee Gold Mine Project has not met consultation requirements with three First Nations.