The F.H. Collins Secondary School’s Grade 11 social studies class put three youth issues on the record last Thursday in the Yukon legislature.
The Yukon Supreme Court heard clashing views Monday as to the threat posed and punishment deserved of a 23-year-old woman involved in the attempted murder of an RCMP officer during a high-speed chase that followed an armed robbery in 2011.
A large caretaker suite in an industrial area has received the go-ahead from city council.
The Yukon College cafeteria was full of young scientists last Saturday as 76 students vied for cash prizes, scholarships and other special awards at the 2013 Yukon/Stikine Regional Science Fair.
The city’s 2014 $12.9-million budget has been adopted without any last-minute changes.
A peer review has supported initial engineering findings that the Ross River Suspension Bridge will need to be demolished.
Territorial government employees package goods this morning as part of the YG Employees Bare Essentials Christmas Campaign, now in the 13th year.
A fire engulfed an RV parked at a Ninth Avenue property early Monday afternoon, destroying the vehicle as its batteries were charging.
A celebration of life for ʻHonest Al,ʼ
The City of Whitehorse is getting behind the annual Food for Fines program for the seventh year in a row.