- Salvation Army a long way from reaching $78,000 goal (8)
- Latest outage sees estimated 7,825 customers lose power (7)
- Man claims he was assaulted in custody (7)
- Yukon government seeks dismissal of company’s claim (4)
- Council adopts 2018 spending plan (4)
- Optimism reigns at major tourism summit (3)
- Public hearing on tiny houses set for Jan. 15 (1)
- Canada won’t swallow five poison pills: MP (1)
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,
November 28, 2017
- Set To Take The Stage Susie Anne Bartsch performs in the Guild Hall play Good People, which will premiere at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
- Students help build more homes For the 11th consecutive year, Genworth Canada is asking students in Grades 4, 5, and 6 to consider what home means to them.
- Entertainment With Breakfast In partnership with the Whitehorse Rotary Club, the Skookum Asphalt Santa Breakfast was held Saturday
- Yukoner promotes self-help program to others in need A unique self-help program is supporting some Whitehorse residents in addiction recovery.
- It's That Time Of Year City of Whitehorse crews
- Money to be carried into 2018 It appears the city will carry over $52 million in funds to 2018 for projects that weren’t finished this year.
- Watershed moment in Peel saga looms Friday The Supreme Court of Canada announced Monday it will deliver its decision on the Peel land use case Friday morning.
- Budget lacking in certain area, resident says Mayor Dan Curtis says transit and environmental sustainability remain high priorities for the city.
- Parties offer different takes on sitting The fall sitting of the Yukon Liberal-majority legislature wrapped up Monday afternoon,
November 27, 2017
- Ross River Dena Council appeals The Ross River Dena Council is appealing the court decision finding the federal government has done what it could to settle a land claim with the First Nation.
- Afternoon Mishap Emergency responders
- Many events set for anti-violence campaign The 16 Days to End Gender-Based Violence campaign (formerly known as the 12 Days to End Violence Against Women) began Saturday,
- Judge to rule on forensic psychiatrist’s testimony Whether a forensic psychiatrist will be permitted to testify in a first-degree murder trial was up for debate Friday in Yukon Supreme Court.
- Golden Horn school closed for the day Flooding has forced Golden Horn Elementary School to be closed today.
- MADD has saved lives, premier tells launch It’s a message that has been delivered year after year – and will continue to be delivered as long as drivers need to hear it.
- Current system has its merits, premier says Democracy in the Yukon appears slated to go under an official microscope in the near future.