- Townhouses would be an ‘eyesore,’ council told (14)
- Public hearing set on townhouse proposal (11)
- Kennel owner not disclosing dogs’ whereabouts (10)
- Optics around office closure ‘horrible’: YEU (10)
- Pedestrian sues cabbie, company over accident (7)
- Rollover takes life of award-winning firefighter (5)
- Yukon loses respected flood forecaster (4)
- Bright picture forecast for affordable housing (4)
Supplements published on Monday June 18, 2018
Stories published on Monday June 18, 2018
- Cyclists on the Kluane Chilkat relay battled wind for most of the race The wind took its toll Saturday during the 25th running of the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay.
- Paddle safely and protect the loons Always good to see paddlers, of all sorts, out on the water. And this year, there seems to be more out, particularly, SUPers.
- Greed is trumping the welfare of the caribou On April 20, 2018, the U.S. government announced it would begin a 60-day public review on the sale of oil and gas leases in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
- Veterans are being treated shamefully Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a town hall meeting in Sackville, Nova Scotia, on Jan. 9, 2018.
- PM’s goal to be the big shot has backfired Chantal Hebert’s opinion column in the June 12 edition of the Star defending Justin Trudeau should surprise no one,
- Council briefed on B&B plans Approving a proposed conditional use application for a property on War Eagle Way would allow a local family to pursue their dream of owning and operating a bed and breakfast, thus contributing to the territory’s tourism industry.
- Council clears way for proxy voting Whitehorse voters will have the option to appoint a proxy to cast their ballot in the Oct. 18 municipal election.
- Cruising the show Photo Spread
- Updated taxi regulations moving forward A set of new regulations for taxis in Whitehorse is closer to becoming a reality
- Accused appears in court The man accused of murdering Wendy Carlick and Sarah MacIntosh was back in court Friday.
- MP not hearing us on gun law: YFGA A local association is upset with a federal bill intended to tighten firearms legislation, saying the Yukon’s lone MP is failing to stand up for residents.
- Ambulance was being returned, family says The family of Elizabeth Boyd has released a statement regarding her death from a highway rollover incident early last Wednesday.
- ATV bylaw passes first two readings The city is closer to having new regulations around off-road vehicles
- ‘I wish to be paid for the time worked’ A substitute teacher is taking the territorial Department of Education to small claims court for $5,710.28 in unpaid wages.