With the development of the Stevens quarry off the table, it appears a vacant 14-hectare chunk of land off the Copper Haul Road could serve as a quarry site.
Replacing a site designated for a school with three new country residential lots on Moraine Drive in the Whitehorse Copper neighbourhood could mean a loss in quality of life and property values for neighbours, not to mention the loss of a community space.
Whether the Mount Sima recreational facility stays open or shuts down, city taxpayers could be on the hook for more than $460,000.
A malfunctioning heat trace has been determined as the cause of an Ibex Valley house fire which killed 69-year-old Donna Tull in April.
The city will spend more than half a million dollars in its efforts to make Whitehorse more sustainable.
A group of protesters concerned about bigamy laws turned up at the Yukon government’s main administration building, then moved on to the law courts early Thursday afternoon.
For nearly four decades, the Yukon Historical and Museums Associations has brought the city’s history to life each summer with its guided walking tours.
A local developer will take the lead on a project to upgrade the Sixth Avenue-Main Street area, in both managing the work and paying half the $135,000 costs.
The city will not be fast-tracking its review of contract policies after council defeated 5-2 a motion from Coun. Kirk Cameron to do so at its meeting Monday night.
City staff have been directed by council members to investigate the costs of both shutting down the Mount Sima recreational facility and keeping it running.