- Ground problems stall work on care facility (30)
- Hartland, Boyd voted against ex-manager’s firing (16)
- Growth planned for Yukon Gardens greenhouse (12)
- Decision on quarry put off for several weeks (9)
- Details surrounding new judge remain unclear (3)
- Inquiry’s hearings will begin in Whitehorse (3)
- Please, let’s not build a quarry at Miles Canyon (2)
- Watson Lake workers strike after lockout (2)
Supplements published on Wednesday March 29, 2017
Stories published on Wednesday March 29, 2017
- Sparta overpower River Kings for first win of Coy Cup; will face North Island Capitals tonight The Kelowna Sparta are 1-0-0 after beating the 2016 Coy Cup runner-up in the tournament’s opening game at Takhini Arena last night.
- Huskies open Coy Cup tournament with a win All the time the Whitehorse Huskies have dedicated to special teams in practice
- Police need more support, not more limitations I know, the politically correct (PC) people don’t like me. I know, I know.
- Liberals see Yukon as an afterthought Stacey Hassard,
- Get over it, people – King Coal is dead ( Comment ) “My administration is putting an end to the war on coal,” said Donald Trump.
- Yukon to be at Frankfurt Book Fair 2020 In 2020, Canada will be the guest of honour at the Frankfurter Buchmesse (FBM),
- Yukoners hop aboard national art exhibit Yukon artists are coming together to take part in a national art exhibit for Canada 150.
- Innovation Prize finalists picked Four ideas from five Yukon innovators have been shortlisted for the 2017 Yukon Innovation Prize.
- Winner moved to Dawson to live out mushing dream “I wouldn’t really say that I had a bad moment out there.”
- New reservoir entrance is step closer to reality The city is closer to erecting a new entrance to the building at the reservoir in Valleyview.
- Engineering assessment of facility begins An independent engineering assessment of the new Whistle Bend continuing care facility has begun, says cabinet spokeswoman Sunny Patch.
- A Triumphant Homecoming Special Olympians Mike Sumner, Tijana McCarthy and Ernest Chua, l
- Power rebate program to continue, Pillai confirms The Interim Electrical Rebate will continue for another year,
- City will sole-source $108,000 contract City council has voted to sole-source a contract worth $108,000 for data storage to CDW Canada.
- Maternity and baby fair set for Saturday The Community Midwifery Association of Yukon will host its second annual fundraising maternity and baby fair on Saturday at The Old Fire Hall.
- Hillcrest residents will vote on local improvement charge Hillcrest property owners will be asked whether they favour a local improvement charge (LIC) after council passed first reading of the bylaw Monday night allowing for the LIC vote.
- Crown will not accept a manslaughter plea A Whitehorse man has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree murder.
- RCMP launch ‘bait car’ program in Whitehorse “Bait cars are everywhere. Steal one. Go to jail.”
- Mine would eventually employ 400 people A private company affiliated with deep pockets in London, England has submitted a project proposal for a new mine east of Ross River.