A wildlife corridor outside Haines Junction has been severely damaged after an ATV rally held by the St. Elias Lions on May 7.
The Yukon has reached its highest population in recent history,
If public safety is an issue at Mount Sima, or could become one, the city needs to be involved, says Mayor Bev Buckway.
Two airtanker groups were quick to battle a 28-hectare wildfire in the Ross River district late Tuesday afternoon.
Sue Starks works Tuesday with Grade 7 students from Takhini Elemntary School
An $800,000-plus contract should go to a local firm and not an Outside company as recommended by city administration, city council heard Tuesday night.
Tai Chi was demonstrated at the City of Whitehorse’s annual pancake breakfast held this morning at Shipyards Park.
The national Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) will be in Whitehorse on Thursday and Friday to gather statements from people impacted by residential schools.
City councillor Dave Austin (left) and Robert Fendrick, the city’s director of administrative services, flip pancakes this morning
Communities must be cautious during upcoming negotiations with the Yukon government to establish new financial transfer agreements, says a retired territorial bureaucrat.