The Trails Only Yukon Association (TOYA) has a message for MLAs on both sides of the legislature: “Keep your promise.”
Education concerns dominated question period in the legislature Tuesday as opposition members grilled Education Minister Scott Kent on issues ranging from graduation rates to Yukon College endowment lands.
A former long-serving member of Whitehorse city council died last week at the age of 83.
The Yukon Transportation Museum is improving accessibility for people with disabilities with funding from the federal and territorial governments.
City council is being asked to let Whitehorse Search and Rescue use the old Two Mile Hill fire hall for storage.
Whitehorse-area farmer Barbara Drury says more emphasis should be placed on promoting agricultural opportunities inside the city’s urban areas.
Students from eight schools
City staff are recommending Castle Rock Enterprises be awarded the water and sewer work in the reconstruction of the Marwell industrial area.
Red tape and labour shortages are on the agenda as the organization representing 200 small business owners in the Yukon meets with government officials this week.
Ed. note: these historic items, submitted by the Whitehorse History Book Society, are published every second Wednesday