In deciding to sell two Ogilvie Street lots, the city has essentially taken from one to sell to another, says Sally Wright of the Escarpment Parks Society.
Kim Beggs’ upcoming tour through the territory will be a three-for-one deal for fans of Beggs, Justin Rutledge and Oh Susana.
A total of $1 million is up for grabs and some, possibly all of it, could go to projects happening in the Yukon.
Securing more than $2.5 million in Yukon government funding over the next five years means the Northern Institute of Social Justice can continue its work bringing training to front line workers not only in the Yukon, but across the North.
Selkirk First Nation chief Kevin McGinty will serve a second term in office.
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.