- Firearms bill brings Alberta MP to town (19)
- Townhouses would be an ‘eyesore,’ council told (14)
- Public hearing set on townhouse proposal (10)
- Historic bridge reopens after a $3-million investment (9)
- Kennel owner not disclosing dogs’ whereabouts (9)
- Alkan Air’s withdrawal to have major impact (8)
- Pedestrian sues cabbie, company over accident (7)
- Optics around office closure ‘horrible’: YEU (7)
June 7, 2018
- Helping The Cause Ethan Davis, left, and Mitchell Rudolph
- Combining Comedy And Ballet The Northern Lights School of Dance is presenting the comedy ballet Coppelia tonight and Friday night at the Yukon Arts Centre.
- Yukoners receive Community Safety Awards Six Yukoners and three groups have been recognized for their efforts to prevent crime and foster community safety at the sixth annual Minister of Justice Community Safety Awards.
- Passing Through Four U.S. Army Chinook helicopters
- Ride for Dad to affect streets Motorists are advised that the Yukon Ride for Dad will take place on Saturday, affecting downtown traffic flows.
- Accused gives his version of sexual encounter A Tagish man took the stand Wednesday to testify to his version of events surrounding an accusation of sexual assault.
- Yukon well-poised to tackle aging trend: speaker The territory is “in a good position” to help Yukoners find the right fit in determining where they will live as they age, says an expert on aging.
- Railway sets off on new ownership track If a proposed deal goes through, the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway will be in the hands of Carnival Corp. & plc, the owners of the Holland America Princess Alaska Tours cruise ships.
June 6, 2018
- Ball returns to the fabled Palace Grand After two years of operating out of a very large, comfortable tent behind the Commissioner’s Residence, the Commissioner’s Klondike Ball returned to its traditional home at the Palace Grand Theatre last Saturday evening.
- Procurement body set to provide advice The new Procurement Business Committee will foster collaboration with industry associations and First Nation development corporations as the Yukon government launches its modern procurement framework, the government vows.
- Hands-On Learning These youngsters were among the hundreds of people
- Brothers on trial for alleged sexual assault A former Whitehorse woman has accused two brothers of sexual assault, and the matter is in court this week.
- Registrar, Enrolment Services dean appointed Dr. Wally Rude is the new registrar and dean of Enrolment Services at Yukon College, it was announced Tuesday. He has been on the job since May 7.
- Frost having negative impact on water park The Whitehorse Lions Splash Park in Rotary Peace Park downtown could be dry for some time to come.
- Summit on aging in Yukon draws large crowd Upwards of 200 people filled the ballroom of the Coast High Country Inn this morning
- Remediation could take as long as 15 years The federal government is moving ahead with its plans for the long-abandoned Faro mine,
June 5, 2018
- Kinder Morgan pipeline protest hits Whitehorse Mounting opposition to the federal government’s $4.5 billion-plan to buy the Kinder Morgan pipeline was on display in Whitehorse Monday with a protest outside the Yukon MP’s office.
- Commissioner’s first Tea judged a success The sky threatened to the north Saturday, and rain could be seen falling on the hills to the south along the Yukon River.
- Charges laid following hit-and-run A Whitehorse woman is facing several charges after a hit-and-run incident last Friday in the downtown area.
- Respected former N.B. premier headed to city The territory will play host to a former Liberal-turned-TD Bank Group executive this week at Yukon College.
- Climber surrendered $10,000 in gear to Logan She became the first solo woman to reach the top of the nation’s highest peak – Mount Logan.