- Marwell is closer to being pot shop location (13)
- Council hears details on proposed group home (8)
- Changes have diluted label study: researcher (7)
- VIP bus riders celebrate projects’ completion (6)
- Quakes may be factor in water main break (5)
- Store owner shocked by flood’s magnitude (5)
- Funding of Gladue reports called long overdue (5)
- Progress made on climate change strategy: YG (2)
February 1, 2018
- There's Light Amid The Darkness Jenny Hamilton, a Whitehorse writer and comedian,
- Council awards sewer-fix contract Norcope Enterprises has been awarded the contract for a major sewer repair project set for this summer along part of Wilson Drive at Thompson Road in Granger.
- Going Places A caribou
- Yukon venture receives Arctic Inspiration Prize Canadian couple says their decision to donate $60 million – the bulk of their wealth – to a fund aimed at promoting Arctic innovation was inspired by a deep love for the Far North and the people who live there.
- Tire Topper An ermine is seen last weekend near Teslin.
- Proposed grid link to B.C. is called a nation-building plan The government owes it to Yukoners to at least have the conversation about tying into B.C.’s electrical grid, says Energy, Mines and Resources Minister Ranj Pillai.
- Premier, ministers, chiefs plan activities in Ottawa For the second straight year, Premier Sandy Silver and several ministers have joined with a delegation of First Nations chiefs for Yukon Days meetings in Ottawa.
- Music festival catalyst given Governor General’s honour Wednesday’s presentation of the Governor General’s Meritorious Service Decoration took place in the Kwanlin Koyotes ski chalet.
- Filmmaker’s suit reels out variety of claims A Yukon filmmaker is suing his former co-producer over a number of projects they worked on together.
January 31, 2018
- Author’s latest work will have northern theme Lawrence Hill read to a packed audience of at least 50 last Thursday at the Dawson Community Library.
- Intrusion From The Sky This raven was quite interested in these wood fuel pellets in the Qwanlin Mall parking lot last Sunday.
- Elders share memories of landmark trip to Ottawa It’s been almost 45 years since a group of Yukon First Nation leaders went to Ottawa to present Together Today for our Children Tomorrow to then-prime minister Pierre Trudeau.
- Super-Sight The moon rises Tuesday evening over Whitehorse.
- Police taking applications for a pre-cadet training program The Yukon RCMP are accepting applications for the 2018 Aboriginal Pre-Cadet Training Program.
- Way cleared for tiny houses project Five affordable housing units for vulnerable people living in Whitehorse will not solve the housing problem.
- Retired paramedic receives prestigious award For more than three decades,
- Father relieved that verdict has been rendered Darryl Sheepway has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the August 2015 shooting death of Christopher Brisson.
January 30, 2018
- Festival Continues Local performer Eric Epstein
- Every Student, Every Day Fund taking 2018-19 applications The application deadline for the Every Student,
- Readying For Rendezvous Snowmaking equipment from Mount Sima
- YG earns poor grade on red tape reduction The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has awarded the Yukon government a “D” on its annual Red Tape Report Card.
- Judge weighs officer’s fate in sexual assault case A former Whitehorse RCMP officer is facing either a conditional discharge or a suspended sentence for a sexual assault conviction related to his on-duty conduct.
- Francophone school construction to start in 2019 Construction of the Yukon’s first francophone high school is scheduled to start in May 2019 at the former F.H. Collins Secondary School site.
- Councillors oppose proposed budget The city’s proposed $77-million operating budget for 2018 passed first reading Monday evening, but not all council members are on board with the plans.