Northern Vision has purchased the old Canadian Tire store, and plans to have new retailers in there by next spring, says the company’s chief executive officer.
As snowmobile operators ready their equipment for the coming season, the city is reminding them to also get ready for new rules.
One of the city’s mayoral candidates is concerned that at least half a dozen of his election signs have been stolen off public property.
Stella Gregory says she’s not sure whether she and her husband, Tim, will appeal this week’s Yukon Supreme Court decision to dismiss their lawsuit against the territorial government.
The Potluck Food Co-op plans to launch an online grocery service in Whitehorse by the spring of 2013.
Musician Nicholas Mah entertains at this morning’s 18th annual United Way breakfast at the Yukon Convention Centre.
A second male has been charged in the violent assault of a 48-year-old man in the McIntyre subdivision a week ago.
Yukoners watching fire trucks and other emergency response vehicles speed to Whitehorse General Hospital on Thursday morning
Four Yukoners were recognized for their contributions to tourism in the territory Thursday at a breakfast celebrating World Tourism Day.
And the races are on....