The city will vote next week on whether to sole-source a contract worth more than $1 million.
A protest is planned for Tuesday’s sentencing of a convicted killer in Whitehorse.
Goldcorp intends to have its proposal for the Coffee gold project into the screening agency no later than March 31, says mine manager Buddy Crill.
The Yukon’s NDP leader is calling on the Yukon Liberal government to remove Tamara Goeppel as chair of the Central Yukon Assessment Review Board in light of the former election candidate’s charges under the Yukon Elections Act.
- Goeppel to ‘rigorously’ defend herself: lawyer (20)
- Revoke Goeppel’s appointment, NDP tells Liberals (13)
- Protest intends to give a voice to victims (8)
- Tearful mom speaks of pain of son’s loss (5)
- Man sentenced for setting fire to Dawson home (2)
- Insults flowed both ways: subject of complaint (2)
- Faro officials won’t be forcing mobile home residents to move (2)
- Power failure’s duration: seven minutes to three hours (2)
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February 21, 2017
- Tearful mom speaks of pain of son’s loss Michael MacPherson was in Yukon Supreme Court this morning
- Accused tried to charge at lawyer, court told The trial of a Dawson City man has continued in his absence.
- Liberals reconstruct housing corporation board The Yukon’s Liberal government has appointed a new chair and one new member to the Yukon Housing Corp.’s board of directors, and plans to appoint a third new member soon.
- Dawson fire could have proved far more serious Disaster was averted Sunday
- For most, the 2017 Yukon Quest was a labour of love There is a slogan the Yukon Quest uses
February 20, 2017
- Power failure’s duration: seven minutes to three hours Saturday’s grid-wide power outage lasted up to three hours for some 17,000 customers affected, but as few as seven minutes for others.
- Court proceedings stall shortly after starting The trial of a Dawson City man is off to a bumpy start.
- Only The Memories Will Survive An excavator works Friday
- 2017 Yukon Quest concludes with awards Out on Yukon Quest trail, the experience of the dog team and the musher typically determines the winners.
- New member appointed to committee Shelby Maunder could be bringing a youth perspective to the city’s advisory committee for the Canadian Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism and Discrimination (CCMARD).
February 17, 2017
- Man sentenced for setting fire to Dawson home A Kamloops, B.C. man was sentenced for arson Tuesday in Yukon Supreme Court.
- Insults flowed both ways: subject of complaint The former owner of White Tornado Cleaning services,
- Wildlife viewing ventures foiled by lack of land tenure The potential for commercial wildlife viewing opportunities in the Yukon is immense –
- Premier confident census won’t comprise federal funds The Yukon government is not expecting the 2016 census to significantly affect federal transfer payments to the territory,
- River Questers help cancer patients in Yukon, Atlin It’s a warm afternoon for a February,
- Specialist speaks of marijuana use, safe workplaces An Alberta addictions specialist spoke to Yukoners Thursday morning about marijuana and workplace safety.
- Syrian Conflict Discussed In association with the exhibit Behind The Lines: Contemporary Syrian Art,
- Musher’s wrong turn proved costly A Yukon Quest musher appears to have made a costly wrong turn with fewer than 20 miles left in the 1,000-mile race.
- For rookie musher, Quest is tough but worth it It was warm and calm Thursday
- CBA president apprised of legal system gaps The Canadian Bar Association (CBA) is bringing attention to issues with access to justice in remote communities.
- Students’ murals unveiled at RCMP detachment Two student murals were unveiled Monday at the RCMP detachment in Carmacks.
- Celebrating Francophone Culture Zumba instructor Audrey Percheron
- Officials work to get city ready to host Iditarod start Preparations for the world’s most famous sled dog race
- Syrian refugees still adjusting to community The biggest obstacle on the Aarafats’ path to financial independence is the language barrier, says the founder of Yukon Cares.