On Oct. 18, city voters will elect a new mayor.
The Yukon’s coroner has officially ruled that a man whose body was found floating in Nisutlin Bay during the summer died of accidental drowning.
A busy long weekend for RCMP around the territory led to contact with nearly 500 people.
Don Taylor fought the political establishment for decades, and for the past three years he kept up that fight while battling lung cancer.
This year, two local schools took a new approach to fund-raising.
A local developer can move forward with his plans for a new townhouse development in Hillcrest after council voted 5-2 in favour of third reading to rezone four properties on Hillcrest Drive.
Whitehorse polio survivor Ramesh Ferris meets late last month with President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Commissioner Doug Phillips will visit Yukon schools over the next several weeks to discuss the role of the monarchy and the commissioner’s office with Grades 5 and 6 students.
Addressing the issues associated with growth and engaging citizens in city decision-making are two key priorities for Michael Kokiw as he runs for one of six council seats.
One city councillor is hoping Whitehorse citizens will bet on her again.