Band housing in Ross River is in a “state of overwhelmed crisis,”
A senior official within the federal Department of Environment and Climate Change says the details of a carbon pricing plan in the Yukon are “up in the air.”
Fewer than 24 hours after city council unanimously approved moving ahead
The first hardtop Mustang to roll off Ford’s assembly line in 1964 was shipped to Whitehorse Motors by mistake.
- Tax will be ‘bureaucratic nightmare,’ YP predicts (22)
- Confusion shares the air with the carbon (11)
- Man’s sentence was excessive, court told (9)
- Help cheers victim of endless break-ins (7)
- Home owner sues city following 2016 fire (5)
- Ex-mayoral hopeful loses his appeal of driving conviction (4)
- Arctic Winter Games to return to council’s agenda (4)
- Famous pony car to be auctioned off Saturday (3)
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May 25, 2017
- Company files lawsuit against Watson Lake A waste management company is claiming unjust enrichment,
- City to prepare to host 2020 Arctic Games Let the planning begin.
- Grizzly bear survey deadline looms The Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board
- Yukon River level lower than usual, but hasn’t set a record If the Yukon River looks a little lower than normal,
May 24, 2017
- City moves to legitimize dirt bike area use The Yukon Cross Country Motorcycle Association has a place to call home – at least for now.
- Two more bears shot; total is now six Two black bears bothering livestock were shot over the Victoria Day long weekend.
- Music For A Milestone Soda Pony – Aiden Tentrees (left) and Patrick Hamilton, perform last Sunday
- Parks Canada and Air North team up to promote tourism Parks Canada and Air North
- Another Sign Of Summer It was a full house at LePage Park at lunchtime
- TV star, company fined for Waters Act violations Another mining reality TV star has been convicted of offences under the Yukon Waters Act.
- Enforcing A Tasty Lunch Whitehorse RCMP held their annual community barbecue
- Dawson’s housing stock gets eight new units Young Trinity Vittrekwa flipped light switches and showed off the new bedroom she will be soon be moving into.
May 23, 2017
- Stop-work order was applied following blast at minesite A Pelly Construction Ltd. employee
- Man’s sentence was excessive, court told The Yukon Court of Appeal has heard arguments that sentencing for a man convicted of a string of crimes including robbery was inappropriately harsh.
- Home owner sues city following 2016 fire A local man is suing the City of Whitehorse,
- YP leader expresses sorrow over explosion Following Monday evening’s news of the explosion during a concert in Manchester, United Kingdom,
- Firefighters determined tree was unsafe As strong winds gusted through the city and territory throughout the weekend,
- Famous Mustang failed to sell at U.S. auction The first hardtop Mustang to roll off Ford’s assembly line in 1964 didn’t sell in last Saturday’s auction because it didn’t reach the minimum bid.
- Rebel against harmful forces, graduates urged Nadia Joe’s earliest memory of racism takes her back to the playground behind her childhood home in Hillcrest.
- Man's Whereabouts Sought Whitehorse RCMP said
- Brewery seeks conditional use approval from council As the Winterlong brewery celebrates its second birthday,
- Two fires reported over long weekend Fire officials with Yukon Wildland Fire Management responded to two human-caused wildfires over the long weekend.