Larry Bagnell will vote Wednesday to end debate on a private member’s bill aimed at scrapping the long-gun registry, ending speculation on how the Lib-Yukon MP will vote.
Search and Rescue 2010 (SAREX 2010) is a training competition being held in and around Whitehorse over the next several days.
A former Whitehorse city councillor is being remembered as a conscientious worker who listened to the concerns of his community.
A story in last Wednesday’s edition referred to Dave Loeks
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The city has taken the next step to allow a concrete batch plant to operate out of the McLean Lake area.
A Whitehorse teenager who claims she was fired from her day care job because of a then two-year-old Motor Vehicles Act infraction is taking her case to the human rights tribunal this week.
The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations (CAFN) announced last week it has awarded two important contracts for the CAFN Cultural Centre project in Haines Junction.
By early November, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) ambulance crews will begin around-the-clock service,
The Gold Pan Saloon was the place to be as local musician Andrea Burgoyne spiced up last week’s usual Thursday night jam by bringing along a pair of musical friends from Nova Scotia.