- Tribute’s absence was disrespectful: LFN citizen (22)
- $20-M francophone school’s timeline uncertain (21)
- Yukoners spurn a sales tax, panel found (17)
- Frost cites ‘misappropriation’ in stalled project (12)
- Man is charged after unloaded gun is seized at the airport (10)
- ‘NIMBYism is alive and well here in Whitehorse’ (9)
- Silver rules out sales tax and job cuts (9)
- Mayor explains $20-M spending plans (7)
November 7, 2017
- Fedoriak named to all-star team In a record-breaking season for the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) women’s soccer team,
- Rams power through to Super Volley finals After both teams earned a bye straight into the final last season in senior high school volleyball,
November 6, 2017
- First turn of the season for Rapids speedskaters It was the first test of the year for the Whitehorse Rapids Speed Skating Club at the first club races of the season Sunday evening.
- Glacier Bears make a splash at first meet Three new Whitehorse Glacier Bears club records, along with 15 meet records,
November 3, 2017
- Hands Up The Vanier Catholic Secondary School Crusaders
- Coach, captain reflect on Huskies farewell A journey that started three years ago with the goal of hoisting the championship trophy on home ice will end just as planned.
- First test for new snowmakers as cross-country ski season kicks off Gliding along the fresh powder to the hills to practise their tricks, the Yukon cross-country ski team was certainly in their element.
November 2, 2017
- Volleyball teams bring back gold from Dawson Three Whitehorse high schools took home some hardware this past weekend at the Dawson Invitational Volleyball Tournament.
- Three curling rinks headed to national events Three rinks out of the Whitehorse Curling Club are preparing to represent the territory at national competitions this month.
November 1, 2017
- Five-star Ladroue leads Yukon Info JP Ladroue was in magnificent form for Yukon Info.com
- Glacier Bears to make a splash Jumping into the pool this weekend for the first competition of the season,
- Dawson runner wins B.C. cross-country gold Dawson City runner Jack Amos moved to Victoria at the start of the school year
October 31, 2017
- Commemorative name sought for Dawson pitch Speaking for the Dawson City Football Club/Minor Soccer Association,
- Huskies will not return to defend Coy Cup The Whitehorse Huskies will not be defending their Coy Cup title this season, not having enough personnel to ice a team.