- Crown, family had opposed open custody (15)
- Condo units will start at $369,500 (13)
- Pot sale’s limit to Marwell draws objection (10)
- Test lane helped buses adhere to schedules (8)
- Quarry bid didn’t get a full airing: proponent (7)
- Parents left in lurch with daycare’s sudden closure (5)
- Stop-work order issued for Mah’s Point 2 site (2)
- Tenants relocated after pipe bursts (1)
January 15, 2018
- Governments agree to work on shared priorities Premier Sandy Silver and Teslin Tlingit Council Naa Sháade Háni Richard Sidney met Friday afternoon in Teslin to sign an intergovernmental agreement.
- Woman located, RCMP indicate Yukon RCMP say a 30-year-old Whitehorse woman who had been reported missing has been located safe and sound.
- Many savouring the fruits of a ‘pineapple express’ Many savouring the fruits of a ‘pineapple express’
- Youth delegate considered for next climate change meeting Environment Yukon says it could dispatch a youth representative to the next international climate change conference the territory sends a delegation to.
- Family Fun Planned The Carcross RCMP will host their annual sliding party from 1-4 p.m. Jan 20.
- Lynx called an important part of the family The Yukon Wildlife Preserve (YWP) is mourning the loss of its distinguished male lynx.
- Correction A story in Friday’s edition
- Test lane helped buses adhere to schedules Transit passengers making their way out of Riverdale this morning
- Council poised to decide on Whistle Bend’s fifth phase Plans for the fifth phase of the Whistle Bend subdivision could take the next step forward this evening.
- Crown, family had opposed open custody The young man convicted of manslaughter in the death of Brandy Vittrekwa has been granted less restrictive custody conditions.
January 12, 2018
- Sophia tragedy exhibit to tour the territory For the next two months, Arts Underground will be playing host to the Princess Sophia exhibit.
- Energy projects await implementation of policy ( Analysis ) From a technical aspect, ATCO Electric Yukon is ready for the renewable wind energy project on the shores of Kluane Lake, says the company’s general manager.
- YG gets an earful on recycling charges After two meetings focused on proposed changes to the territory’s Designated Materials Regulations, Community Services Minister John Streicker says input will be gathered until Feb. 1.
- Sun-Soaked Splendour Under a clear blue sky and a low-lying sun,
- Ex-premier in search of the Northern Character On the morning of this interview with Tony Penikett, U.S. President Donald Trump had just signed a “tax reform” bill.
- Mining proposal advances a step The open pit mining proposal by BMC Minerals for its Kudz Ze Kayah base metal property southeast of Ross River is moving into the public review stage.
- Special Couple Introduced This year’s Mr. and Mrs. Yukon for the Sourdough Rendezvous Festival are Carl and Donna Michaels.
- Don’t associate me with this TV show, Yukon miner says A longtime Yukon miner facing wildlife charges is frustrated he is being associated with a mining reality show.
- Food bank would welcome Loblaw’s gift cards Canadians, including northerners, are taking to social media to encourage the donation of Loblaw’s gift cards to local food banks.
- Response time to avalanche drama stirs concerns Kevin Daffe and three other backcountry skiers, including his wife, Kathleen, knew there was an avalanche risk when they went skiing in the mountains near Fraser last Sunday.
- Missing woman last seen on Dec. 26 Have you seen or heard from Bernadine Kingsbury?
- YG clears the air on proposed cannabis rules What legal recreational cannabis could look like in the Yukon come this summer has become a little less hazy.
January 11, 2018
- A Cold Night's Music Mackenzie Brown performs
- RCMP commander is going home A new commander has been chosen for the RCMP Mayo detachment.
- Pilot study portrays northern social work A group of Whitehorse social workers uprooted common assumptions about their field of practice in a series of interviews with researchers from Yukon College and Toronto’s Ryerson University.
- Frigid But Picturesque Hoar frost coats the trees
- YG, city out to improve ways to invite public engagement The Yukon government and the City of Whitehorse launched Talking Together: A stronger dialogue between you and your government on Wednesday.
- Don't Forget Weather History With climate change a world-wide topic for discussion,
- Art show explores city and wilderness Whitehorse is changing in many ways,
- YG seeks better-managed correctional facilities The Yukon government is researching how to better manage youth and adult correctional facilities and cases in the territory.
- Council to dig into quarry issue again City council will once again consider the possibility of an Official Community Plan (OCP) amendment that could start the process for a proposed Norcope Construction quarry in the Alaska Highway/Robert Service Way area.
- City staff seek decisions on infill lots Plans to add residential lots to a number of neighbourhoods around the city could soon move forward, depending on how council votes next week.