How the carcasses of two puppies, believed to be stillborn, came to be left in a bag next to the mailbox at the Carcross Corner will likely never be known, say Whitehorse RCMP.
A pair of locally famous eagles appear to be choosing privacy over fame this summer.
Mayor Dan Curtis isn’t ruling out the possibility of land on Wann Road being sold in the future, but he says now is not the right time.
At $287 a pop and three points off each licence, Whitehorse drivers are facing more than $11,000 in fines and a total loss of 120 points.
A park envisioned for the end of Ogilvie Street would be the city’s first vegetable-producing park while also sharing the history of the area and the “displaced” people who once called it home.
A report on grant funds used for the Mount Sima recreational facility over a two-year period detected weaknesses in accounting practices, but there was no wrongdoing in how the funds were used.
A home to be built at 37-14th Ave. in Porter Creek will not feature the additional suite that had been planned for the house.
Gary Bailie has been bringing both skiing and music to the lives of local youth and others for the past 14 years.
A regional parks plan is a “good start” to planning for the city’s five park areas which make up nearly 13,000 hectares in the city, says a Yukon Conservation Society co-ordinator.
Using data gathered from century-old White Pass and Yukon Route railway logbooks, Yukon College students have confirmed the territory is indeed getting warmer.