- Cost of proposed infill lots: $230,000 (13)
- Senior injured on stairs after elevator fails (9)
- YP troubled by latest care facility plans (9)
- Some buses won’t run today, city says (8)
- Frost undeterred by vacant Sally Ann units (8)
- Southern Tutchone will adorn city signs (6)
- ‘It opens a door for communication’ (4)
- Financial analysis doesn’t support digging plan (3)
March 7, 2018
- Innovation workshop is planned The 2018 Research, Innovation and Commercialization workshop will take place Thursday and Friday in Whitehorse.
- Steep Boarding Graydon Keenan (above)
- Arts centre ticket services end at Arts Underground The Yukon Arts Centre and the Yukon Art Society have opted to discontinue the centre’s box office services at the Hougen ticket office, located at Arts Underground.
- Tattooing For The Community Molotov and Bricks Tattoo held a fundraiser last Saturday
- Southern Tutchone on entrance signs may greet visitors Those coming into the downtown area – either via Robert Service Way or Two Mile Hill – could soon be welcomed in Southern Tutchone thanks to the Yukon Arts Centre.
- Contract proposed for flush system repair Morrison Hershfield Ltd. may be tasked with continuing its work that will lead to fixing a leak in the city’s sewer system.
- Compost collection program may expand As city council considers expanding its compost collection program,
- College on tap to receive gasifier A gasifier that converts wood to heat and electricity is headed for Yukon College,
- ‘When is there going to be any justice?’ It’s been more than decade since 19-year-old Angel Carlick went missing and was found dead,
March 6, 2018
- Mining road will require land use plan The completion of a land use plan for portions of the Stewart River watershed is required before a new 65-kilometre mining road through wilderness can be built,
- College plans information session Yukon College will hold a joint information session this evening for prospective students considering a career in the helping professions.
- Popular Fundraiser Molotov and Bricks Tattoo held a fundraiser last Saturday
- Act to create Order of Yukon is tabled The territorial government tabled legislation to create the Order of Yukon on Monday.
- Mostyn quizzed over procurement exceptions The official Opposition challenged the Yukon government Monday over its inaugural use of procurement exceptions provided through free trade agreements signed last year.
- Council advised to approve group home 22 Wann Rd. will be on its way to becoming a group home for up to 10 youth if city council approves a recommendation city staff put forward Monday evening.
- YG has chosen option for fibre optic link A route has been chosen for a fibre optic redundancy link in the territory, Premier Sandy Silver told the legislative assembly Monday.
March 5, 2018
- Public hearing set to look at Copper Ridge living suites At a March 26 public hearing,
- Frostbite gets warm reception Frostbite was back again this year in full force
- Budget earns solid grade from chamber After reviewing the Yukon Liberal government’s 2018-2019 budget, released last Thursday, the Yukon Chamber of Commerce has awarded it a B+.
- City adopts policy around cell towers Companies installing cell towers are now subject to a city policy along with the federal guidelines that must be met.
- YEU renews concerns about lab proposals Last month, the Yukon Hospital Corp. put out a news release to “correct some misinformation being shared with Yukoners.”
- Mining access road receives clearance The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun and the Yukon government have agreed to allow the construction of a new 65-kilometre access road through wilderness north of Keno City.