- 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 1, 2017
- Yukon College ranks well Yukon College ranked second out of comparable smaller colleges in Canada for the number of paid student researchers.
- Deconstruct/Reconstruct revitalizes Tlingit culture A new album recorded in Whitehorse by local artists is helping to revitalize and reclaim Inland Tlingit culture.
- Poetry anthology to be launched Dec. 8 Yukoners are invited to join Yukon,
- Good things come in art packages, gallery shows A cornucopia of gift ideas will flourish in the Yukon Artists @ Work solo show room for the pre-Christmas season.
- Court hears appeal of sentence for assault A Vuntut Gwitchin woman from Old Crow is appealing her sentence for an assault charge, claiming it was improperly based on her marijuana use.
- RCMP out to encourage the reading habit An RCMP program is hoping to encourage literacy outside of the classroom among Yukon elementary students.
- City backs Food For Fines fundraiser In the spirit of sharing with citizens who are less fortunate,
- Resident still pressing for traffic-slowing plan The city is considering looking next year at the traffic using Tamarack Drive in Porter Creek,
- Campaign has defamed us, couple claims A Dawson City couple engaged in a legal battle over property on the Dome Road claim they have been defamed by a fundraising campaign for the woman who lives there.
- Victim of military’s ‘witch-hunt’ hails apology Nearly a year after joining the Canadian military at the age of 23, Marilyn “Lindy-Jo” Aston was discharged for being gay.
- Man says YG released him for being transgender Three days after the federal government apologized to the LGBTQ2 community for systemic, state-sanctioned discrimination,
- ‘This is a great day for the Peel watershed’ The unanimous decision by the Supreme Court of Canada
- ‘This is a victory for Yukon,’ Silver says The Yukon government officially lost the Peel watershed land use case this morning in a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court of Canada.
November 30, 2017
- Opening Tomorrow Neil Graham is one of the artists
- City finalizes lease plan The city will spend $6,050 per month to lease a 6,600 square foot shop space on Laberge Road.
- Moon Over The Mountain The moon rises
- Teslin community feast kicks off college meetings Yukon College launched a series of community meetings
- Book Sales Feed Food Bank Tristan Newsome, centre, with the Whitehorse Food Bank,
- Council approves lease between city, business Council has passed third reading on a lease agreement between the city and Marsh Lake Tents and Events.
- Everything Has A Use Re:Design3 – the craft fair took place last Saturday at The Old Fire Hall.
- Christmas festival aims to raise funds It has all the features of a market, but for organizers, it’s less about the shopping and more about the celebration.
- Advisory committee bylaw adopted Praises were high for assistant city clerk Norma Felker
- Shorter wolverine trapping season urged Ethics, image and increased management are driving a proposal to reduce the length of the wolverine trapping season in the Yukon.
- Court told how crack cocaine can impact one’s mental state Court told how crack cocaine can impact one’s mental state
November 29, 2017
- First Nation to keep up the fight for ANWR The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation (VGFN) is “doubling down”
- Black bear hunters should have a choice, council says Black bear hunters should have a choice, council says
- Salvaging And Creating Phillipe LeBlond is seen with his recycled clocks made from computer and bicycle parts,
- Genus of stilt-legged horses has Yukon link An international team of researchers has discovered a previously unrecognized genus of stilt-legged horses that once roamed North America.
- Invasive mussels’ danger under scrutiny here The Yukon is surrounded by jurisdictions with legal authority to maximize efforts to prevent the arrival of invasive mussels that have hammered the Great Lakes – and beyond.
- Council OKs $30,000 in water system work City council has approved taking at least $30,000 out of reserves to look at repairs needed for the city’s wastewater system.
- Season has been gruelling on bears, COs It’s been a record-breaking season for bear kills in the territory,