The White Pass and Yukon Route railway has been ordered to pay $100,000 after dumping 24 rail cars’ worth of rocks and sediment into Bennett Lake in 2009.
Robyn Benson, the national president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is in Whitehorse this week to start discussions among Yukon Employees Union (YEU) members about their upcoming contract negotiations with the territorial government.
A Watson Lake man is awaiting sentencing for two counts of sexual assault, one involving a minor, and one count of sexual interference.
For more than a decade, Julie Menard has called Whitehorse home.
Even with a loss in the last fiscal year, the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce is in a strong position moving into next year.
With a glowing touch screen, tubing, conveyor belts and a cylinder full of bright green liquid, the B240 third generation might be confused with Dr. Frankenstein’s latest science experiment.
The federal government has issued a call for proposals for projects to help stifle violence against women and girls in Canada.