After two years of promoting the possibility of bringing ore to Skagway via train cars, White Pass and Yukon Route president Eugene Hretzay now says the company will not commit to operating an ore haul on the railroad.
The Youth of Today Society’s executive director was more than a little surprised to hear the territorial government and the Skookum Jim Friendship Centre are moving ahead with a new emergency youth shelter.
It’s a time of transition at city hall.
Staff at the Mae Bachur Animal Shelter may soon have a temporary home for a momma dog and her pups after a number of potential foster families have stepped up to house the animals.
The Department of Tourism and Culture has brought together tourism partners and interested Yukoners today for a day of information sessions and industry expert panel discussions.
Since RCMP Const. Michael Potvin drowned in the Stewart River while on duty in July 2010, many changes have been made, says an organization strategist with the police force.
The fall session of the legislative assembly began Thursday afternoon the same the way the spring session started and ended: with a rally outside and a full public gallery.
Business owners will be able to save a little cash next year, at least on their Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board assessment rates.
A Museum of MADness will take the stage at 6:30 and 8:00 this evening,
A tenant was evicted from the Mcintyre subdivision under the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) legislation on Oct. 15 on behalf of the landlord, the Kwanlin Dun First Nation.