Three of seven multi-family lots in phase one of the new Whistle Bend subdivision were awarded to three companies at Friday afternoon’s tender opening.
A land lottery specifically for builders and contractors will be held for single-family residential lots in Whistle Bend left over from last Wednesday’s draw.
Local golfers have vandals to thank for the early closing of nine holes at the Mountain View Golf Course.
Voters will get a better idea of where each of the candidates running in the Oct. 18 municipal election stand on a variety of issues as the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce gets set to host two candidates’ forums.
Friday’s story on the municipal election races in the communities said Peter Percival
As he seeks a city council seat Oct. 18, John Streicker says he is fully committed to fiscal responsibility and being open and accountable on every financial decision made during the next council term.
Dan Curtis has promised to seek “innovative and collaborative solutions” to expand diversion from the city’s landfill if he’s elected mayor on Oct. 18.
Colleen Segrif, with the Family Literacy Centre,
The Carcross-Tagish First Nation and the federal government will enter into a three-month mediation in an attempt to reach a new Financial Transfer Agreement (FTA).
Federal government saying little about dispute