Whitehorse residents may get a chance to let city council and officials know what they think about how council meetings are run.
The site at Range Road and Mountainview Drive that’s being sold by the Yukon government to the Whitehorse Baptist Church may be rezoned to Neighbourhood Commercial.
A statue gifted to the city and dedicated to all Yukoners could soon be on display in front of city hall.
It appears the late spring has taken a toll on the city’s hungry.
Whitehorse residents may soon get a sobering reminder to call 911 if they think they’ve spotted an impaired driver or boater.
Cowley Creek subdivision residents may soon have a new community association to represent their interests.
In 1991, the news media were a very different beast.
If it looks like a cat and dances like a cat, it might be a Music, Arts and Drama (MAD) student.
The Yukon has come a long way in protecting against carbon monoxide poisoning, but there’s still a long way to go.
Despite serious erosion of the Millennium Trail, the city has no immediate plans to work on the trail this year.