- Eight-member family easing into Yukon life (32)
- Trail improvements planned (11)
- Court hears details of tense YG workplace (10)
- Minto Mine’s labour force is continuing to become smaller (3)
- Ten new homes draw closer to being built (2)
- YG proposes changes to accessing information (2)
- Local bid lowest for construction of new track and field (1)
- Air North begins Whitehorse-Victoria flights (1)
May 3, 2018
- Weekend Concerts Coming Up Barbara Chamberlin (far right) conducts the Whitehorse Community Choir Tuesday evening during a rehearsal at the Yukon Arts Centre.
- A Monthly Happening Nicole Bauberger performs
- Thrift store will pop up soon The first iteration of a new Whitehorse thrift store is about to “pop up” this week.
- Another Sign Of Spring The annual 20 Minute Makeover took place Wednesday.
- YG has ‘full confidence’ in YESAB process The Yukon government is standing behind the territory’s assessment board, after a First Nation called for the highest level of review of the Coffee gold mine project.
- Live Words kicks off Yukon Writers Festival The 2018 edition of the Yukon Writers’ Festival, which has been running since 1990,
- Territory receives new medical leadership There will be a new face providing leadership to Yukon hospitals in the coming months.
- Infrastructure funding called ‘historic moment’ More than $594 million worth of infrastructure projects are expected to happen in the territory over the next 10 years.
May 2, 2018
- Keeping Skills Sharp Eric Grassholm, left, and Shelly Penner
- Music By The River The Fiddleheads
- Judge upholds fines against reality TV star and company Justice Leigh Gower has dismissed an appeal made by Anton Beets and Tamarack Inc. stemming from a stunt on the TV show Gold Rush.
- Impaired Driving Investigation Underway Just after 3:30 p.m. Tuesday,
- Heritage fair marks 20 years This week, students from schools throughout the Yukon and Atlin, B.C. will come together to celebrate 20 years of the Yukon Stikine Regional Heritage Fair,
- Memorial Created This memorial has been set up at the corner of King Street and Second Avenue in Dawson City,
- Resisting arrest case sees judge dismiss appeal Justice Myra Bielby has dismissed the Crown’s appeal in a case involving a charge of resisting arrest.
- Faro minesite moves to federal hands The maintenance and care of the Faro mine is expected to be officially handed to the federal government today.
- Project would create 44 downtown condo units A proposed development for Waterfront Place could add 44 new condo units to the downtown area.
- First Nation presses YESAB for full panel review A Yukon First Nation is pressuring the territory’s assessment board for the highest level of assessment it says is needed for a nearby mining project.
May 1, 2018
- Six school council elections set Nominations of candidates for school council elections took place throughout the Yukon last Thursday.
- Wrapping Up The Season Saturday was the last day of a banner season
- L’AFY, Café des Voix to begin musical events Starting this evening, the Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY) is teaming up with the local jazz collective Café des Voix to present a series of musical events over the next year.
- Suspicious Death Investigated Dawson City RCMP are probing a sudden death in the community’s downtown area early Monday.
- Event celebrated Yukon’s francophone culture The Secondaire en spectacle: Celebrating French culture through the arts event
- Group’s priorities include linking trails A connection between the escarpment trails and waterfront trails downtown,
- Yukoners among Jane Glassco Northern Fellows Fifteen new Fellows are joining the Jane Glassco Northern Fellowship Program.
- Council endorses employees’ agreement City council has ratified the new collective agreements with most of the city’s employees.
- Games worth $3.8 M to territory, council told Whitehorse could host its share of intense competition two years down the road.