- Tribute’s absence was disrespectful: LFN citizen (22)
- $20-M francophone school’s timeline uncertain (21)
- Yukoners spurn a sales tax, panel found (17)
- Frost cites ‘misappropriation’ in stalled project (12)
- Man is charged after unloaded gun is seized at the airport (10)
- ‘NIMBYism is alive and well here in Whitehorse’ (9)
- Silver rules out sales tax and job cuts (9)
- Mayor explains $20-M spending plans (7)
November 14, 2017
- Mayor may attend forum Mayor Dan Curtis could be on his way to Richmond, B.C. early next month for a forum aimed at those elected to office.
- Remembrance Day ceremony Photo Spread
- Alexander Street local improvement charge bylaw to be voted on With what’s described as “clear support” for improvements to Alexander Street and some other nearby roads,
- Final Soup Servings Keenan, left, and Kaylee Johnson prepare food Sunday for the final CYO soup kitchen.
- Aboriginal Veterans Day observed in Dawson City Dawsonites gathered last Wednesday morning
- $20-M francophone school’s timeline uncertain Francophone students and parents counting on the completion of the Whitehorse French-language high school by the end of 2019
- Trial hears more evidence before week’s break The first week of the trial for Darryl Sheepway came to a close in Yukon Supreme Court last Friday afternoon.
- Tribute’s absence was disrespectful: LFN citizen A member of the Liard First Nation is calling out the Yukon government for failing to acknowledge Aboriginal Veterans Day on Nov. 8.
November 10, 2017
- Committees may be subject to new bylaw Committees that bring forward recommendations to city council could soon be subject to and governed by a new bylaw.
- Art Join Permanent Collection Meshel Melvin is seen at last month’s opening of On Our Way Home,
- Proposed new rules tighten fishing restrictions Tighter fishing restrictions on six more Yukon lakes are being recommended among 14 proposed changes to fishing and hunting regulations.
- Production chugs on after Boyce shunted to Ontario The cast and crew of Stonecliff
- Stonecliff on track for its musical tour Conrad Boyce was motivated to write a musical about Michael J. Heney, the man who oversaw the building of the White Pass and Yukon Route railway, for a number of reasons.
- Gold Rush’s effects on Indigenous peoples studied New research is shedding a light on how the Klondike Gold Rush mining boom impacted Indigenous peoples.
- Ham operators teach youth radio skills George Privett loves with the wizardry of radio.
- Traditional foods offered during hospital stays Indigenous patients at the three hospitals in the territory
- Coming In 2018 City of Whitehorse firefighters display a prototype of a poppy made from fire hose and helmets
- CYO Hall soup kitchen puts down the ladle After 25 years-plus of serving the hungry in Whitehorse,
- Vote on Whistle Bend zoning set City council could confirm the plans for Phase 5 of the Whistle Bend neighbourhood as early as next week.
- Accused not guilty of violating Forest Resources Act A 17-kilometre road through forest and lowlands was constructed north of Carmacks in 2016 illegally, says territorial Crown prosecutor Megan Seiling.
- Day care’s closure leaves parents scrambling This is last afternoon Jean MacLean will pick up her two-year-old son from the Watson Lake Day Care – for a while, at least.
- Murder trial hears about crime scene evidence Expert crime scene evidence dominated the fourth day of Darryl Sheepway’s trial in Yukon Supreme Court on Thursday.
- Tagish kennel owner appeals court injunction Shelley Cuthbert is continuing her fight to keep her Tagish kennel operating.
- Pro-cannabis respondents smoke dissidents A significant majority of Yukoners are behind the federal government’s plan to legalize marijuana for recreational use
November 9, 2017
- Gov’t. increases its funding for family care agreements The Yukon government is enriching the financial assistance provided through Extended Family Care Agreements to match the funding levels that foster parents receive.
- Rockin' At The Festival The Ukes Of Hazard perform
- Redesigned curriculum is expressed in artwork Education Minister Tracy-Anne McPhee unveiled a visual art project Tuesday
- Exhibit Continues Jackie Dowell-Irvine
- City may lease shop space Coun. Betty Irwin says she’s looking forward to the day the city’s new operations building is opened
- MP ‘pretty excited’ watching Bill C-17 pass Bill C-17 is headed for scrutiny in the Senate after passing third reading in the House of Commons this morning.
- Government pressed on hospital beds shortage Based on comments from its Health and Social Services minister,
- Accused said death wasn’t accidental: witness More details about Chris Brisson’s death were revealed Wednesday in Yukon Supreme Court.