City staff are suggesting a few changes to their plans to add more residential housing to Crestview and Porter Creek, but even more suggestions could be on their way at next week’s council meeting.
Kevin Barr, the territory’s New Democratic Party candidate, pushed his party’s focus on small business this morning at Well Read Books in Whitehorse.
Suggested changes to the city’s local improvement charge (LIC) formula has some council members confused on exactly what Industrial Road property owners can expect to pay for work planned for the road this year.
Yukon youth will have a new resource to help them discover their career options.
The Takhini Heartbeaters presented a performance at their school last Thursday morning.
Nothing much has changed since last month, when hydrologist Ric Janowicz predicted a pretty normal year for spring runoff, with little chance of flooding.
The city has given up on ever seeing more than $21,000 it’s owed in unpaid fees, taxes and interest.
Skills Canada-Yukon will present the 13th annual Yukon Territorial Skills Competition from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 29 at Yukon College in Whitehorse.