Replacing a site designated for a school with three new country residential lots on Moraine Drive in the Whitehorse Copper neighbourhood could mean a loss in quality of life and property values for neighbours, not to mention the loss of a community space.
Economic Development Minister Currie Dixon (far left) makes a presentation this morning at the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s hearing.
Ed. note: these historic items, submitted by the Whitehorse History Book Society, are published every second Wednesday, though this is the final one until early September.
Mayor Dan Curtis recently made a call for action around reducing and diverting more waste into recycling.
Whether the Mount Sima recreational facility stays open or shuts down, city taxpayers could be on the hook for more than $460,000.
A newly discovered forest fire burning near the mouth of the Sixty Mile River is now an estimated 660 hectares.
“When there’s a problem that can’t be solved, I’m the final solution.”
High winds kept Whitehorse fire crews busy into the evening Monday responding to calls of downed power lines throughout Riverdale.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is pushing Ottawa to reform federal public service pension plans to bring them in line with private sector pensions.
Yukoners Concerned About Oil and Gas Exploration is kicking off its own community tour, group spokesman Don Roberts said Monday.