Kelly Patrick’s enthusiasm for swimming and just being in the water was evident whether she was playing Fishy In The Middle with a group of toddlers or leading a seniors’ aquafit class.
Former city manager Stan Westby, who was fired from his position last fall, has left the North for flatter ground in the Prairies.
As Bell Mobility continues seeking an exemption from Transport Canada enabling it to build its planned new cell tower in Copper Ridge, city staff are developing a protocol that would guide approvals for new towers.
Zoning changes in the Hillcrest neighbourhood could prevent homeowners from doing any major roofing repairs if their house is more than nine metres tall.
There could be a change of pace for drivers in Hillcrest if an adjustment to the speed limit is approved by the city.
For five years, Christine Smith has worked with municipalities throughout the territory as the director of community affairs for the Yukon government’s Department of Community Services.
The city will postpone a decision on whether to sell off three lots in the downtown area and Porter Creek.
In 1990, paramedic Eric Grasholm began his career with the territory’s Emergency Medical Services.
Zucchini bread, fruit kabobs, egg floats and veggie sticks were all on the menu Thursday afternoon
Will the moves of nearly 40 dancers from the Yukon be enough to capture the attention of talk show host Ellen Degeneres?