- Accused man had unhappy early life: forensic psychiatrist (17)
- Bullying bylaw considered for city facilities (13)
- Murder trial enters its final stages (8)
- Building 17-km road caused substantial damage (6)
- Man claims he was assaulted in custody (6)
- Latest outage sees estimated 7,825 customers lose power (4)
- Whitehorse-Victoria flights to begin next May (4)
- Optimism reigns at major tourism summit (3)
Supplements published on Tuesday December 12, 2017
Stories published on Tuesday December 12, 2017
- Don Sumanik races held in challenging conditions The first event in the Don Sumanik Memorial Races ran Satuday at Mount McIntyre even with the warm weather challenges that were affecting the course.
- Arctic Edge hosts Canada 150 Skating Day A main sport of the season was in full force at the Canada Games Centre Saturday and Sunday with the Yukon Figure Skating Championships,
- Brexit blues make it hard to be prime minister Politicians never lie.
- Troubled project back on track in Ross River The construction of three duplexes is back on track in Ross River, and legal action against the company “that abandoned” the project is going forward.
- The Expressions Say It All The youngsters who took part in the Heart of Riverdale Community Centre’s Holiday Open House,
- Expansion to help Yukon Archives preserve the past The Yukon Archives celebrated 45 years of acquiring,
- Lobby for delay of business tax changes, premier urged The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB) and the Yukon Party official Opposition have called on Premier Sandy Silver to lobby his federal counterpart to push pause on small business tax changes scheduled to come into effect Jan. 1.
- Lights of Life ceremony goes Thursday Hospice Yukon’s 27th annual Lights of Life ceremony will begin at 12:15 p.m. Thursday in the atrium of the Elijah Smith Building.
- Council adopts 2018 spending plan The city will spend up to $20 million next year after passing third reading – thus adopting – the 2018 capital budget at Monday’s city council meeting.
- Man claims he was assaulted in custody A Kaska citizen of the Daylu Dena First Nation is suing the RCMP and Attorney General of Canada,