For 16 years, Sheila Dodd has welcomed tourists and newcomers to the city and worked to generate revenue in Whitehorse.
The Yukon government knew the Minto Mine was preparing to breach its water licence last spring by milling ore from a new deposit, according to an inspector’s memo.
Mayoral candidate Scott Howell never meant for it to appear that he was running a slate.
Deborah Coyne, the first declared candidate for the leadership of the Liberal Party of Canada, is in Whitehorse today.
Tracy Wallace puts up posters Monday
Premier Darrell Pasloski has unveiled the names of the nominees for the 2012 Premier’s Award of Excellence.
Business owner Patrick Singh says Whitehorse needs councillors who would think “outside the box” as the city continues to grow.
Comedian Steve Levine was in the Yukon touring schools and handing out money and advice about money.
Four years ago, Jean-Sebastien Blais and his wife, Dorothy, arrived in Whitehorse from Toronto for their next big adventure.
Preserving First Nations history in Whitehorse would be a priority for Sharon Shorty if she is elected to city council Thursday.