- Bullying bylaw considered for city facilities (15)
- Murder trial enters its final stages (9)
- Man claims he was assaulted in custody (7)
- Salvation Army a long way from reaching $78,000 goal (7)
- Latest outage sees estimated 7,825 customers lose power (6)
- Whitehorse-Victoria flights to begin next May (4)
- Optimism reigns at major tourism summit (3)
- Council adopts 2018 spending plan (3)
December 6, 2017
- Twenty-First Century Companionship Martin Lehner, with Tangerine Technology,
- Celebrating The Jackpot Whitehorse residents Karine and Pascal Virmoux- Jackson are $25,000 richer after scratching a Set For Life lottery ticket.
- Chambers hail board’s $10-million rebate The Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board will distribute a $10-million rebate amongst employers in the territory for the third consecutive year.
- Youthful Warblers Hidden Valley School students perform
- Local campground project raises questions The future of Robert Service Campground could soon become more clear, depending on a vote by council next week.
- Parties assess critical Auditor General’s report The Auditor General of Canada has released a highly critical report of the Yukon government’s response to the impacts of climate change and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions over the past 11 years.
- Tiny house project envisioned for downtown The Blood Ties Four Directions Centre is moving ahead with plans for a five-unit tiny home development downtown.
- ‘Respect and dignity’ will permeate team’s work The Yukon government plans to launch a Sexualized Assault Response Team (SART) to provide co-ordinated, low-barrier support for victims of sexualized violence.
December 5, 2017
- Highway reopens to one-lane traffic The Alaska Highway reopened to one-lane traffic early this afternoon near Pink Mountain
- Fired Up For A Fundraiser Nicholas O’Carroll, Dale Van Damm and Mike Martin, left-right,
- Powerful domestic violence film to be shown As part of the 16 Days to End Gender-based Violence Campaign,
- Vehicles Tangle RCMP officers work at the scene
- Supreme Court nominee has Yukon ties Yukon MP Larry Bagnell is happy with last week’s nomination of Sheilah L. Martin to the Supreme Court of Canada.
- YG given failing grade on climate change work The Office of the Auditor General of Canada
- Minimum wage won’t be reviewed; MLAs’ pay will The Yukon NDP is questioning why the Yukon government is refusing to initiate a review of the territory’s minimum wage – while proceeding with a politician pay review.
- Crack dominates my thoughts: accused Darryl Sheepway testified in his own defence on Monday for the second time during his Yukon Supreme Court trial.
- Improve women’s safety in cabs, city urged Local women’s groups are calling on the City of Whitehorse to make changes to the vehicle for hire bylaw aimed at improving safety for women using taxis.
- RCMP officer touched colleague without her consent A former Whitehorse RCMP officer has pled guilty to sexual assault in relation to his on-duty conduct.
December 4, 2017
- Picture-Perfect Offerings Whitehorse resident Ingrid Wilcox
- Carcross Gets Into The Spirit The second annual Carcross Christmas Market was held Sunday in the new cultural centre in Carcross.
- Forensic psychiatrist can testify, judge rules A forensic psychiatrist will provide rebuttal evidence for the Yukon Crown in Darryl Sheepway’s first-degree murder trial.
- Mishap On The Hill The small car at the right
- U.S. Senate vote on refuge ‘disappointing’: MP The U.S. Senate passed the tax bill in which the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) drilling provision is contained with a 51-49 vote on Saturday.
- Heat gun, vapours spark fire at care facility A fire at the Whistle Bend care facility early Friday afternoon was caused by a heat gun combined with primer vapours.
- Peel ruling holds lesson in colonialism, MP says New Democratic Party MP Nathan Cullen has a special affinity for the Yukon.
- Excitement is hard to share, mines chamber says Yukoners should pay close attention as land use planning goes forward in the future, says the executive director of the Yukon Chamber of Mines.