- Advisory committee on inclusivity endorsed (33)
- Premier is nearing retirement, YP speculates (26)
- Silver, Trudeau pore over several issues (21)
- Slide area continues to be monitored (20)
- Wall requires special equipment from Alberta (19)
- Research funding supports green power initiatives (15)
- Inaugural Whitehorse-Yellowknife-Toronto flight takes off (13)
- Minister challenged on border crossing remarks (11)
Supplements published on Friday May 13, 2022
Stories published on Friday May 13, 2022
- Probing murder in Picturesque Provence (Bookends) It often happens that producers who adapt well-known books to television will make necessary changes to plots and characters for the small screen.
- Rango Pet Of The Week
- Not short-staffed, but short-sighted It distresses me when I hear news about problems inflicted on people exercising their mobility rights.
- Health and safety at the shelter is our priority I am deeply saddened and concerned as the number of people losing their lives to opioids, substance use and suicide persists at an unacceptable rate in the Yukon.
- Liberals can’t keep ignoring fuel prices While the price of fuel has been steadily increasing over the past several months, the recent jump above $2.00 a litre for regular gasoline was crushing for many Yukoners.
- 2023 – I didn’t forget about digital ID “Freedom Camp, here we come!” sang the small child with the tousled hair.
- Planning for Dawson’s new sewage lagoon (Uffish Thoughts) Dawson’s council members, most of whom are relatively new to this file, were treated to a project update on the planning for the Dawson City Lagoon on April 27.
- Ditch the tissues: a pharmacist’s allergy relief tips (Comment) Spring is in full swing – which also means that allergy season has arrived in full force for many of us Whitehorse.
- The NDP probes the elephant in the room (Editorial) Is the act of disregarding a major, jobs-toting corporation’s human rights violations an outrageous case of tunnel vision, or cold pragmatism amid the world’s considerable business and political turbulance?
- A Barbecue With A Purpose Hundreds of people enjoyed a barbecue at noon Thursday behind the Council of Yukon First Nations building.
- Sleeping Beauty awakens on stage The Northern Lights School of Dance is presenting Sleeping Beauty this evening at the Yukon Arts Centre.
- Maiden Market Musical Entertainment Brian Zink busks
- Taking A Stand Pro-life supporters marched from the Anglican Church on Elliott Street and up Main Street and back on Thursday afternoon.
- Absence of waste-water testing questioned Like the Yukon Party and perhaps many Yukoners, the NDP is wondering why the territory is one of only two jurisdictions in Canada not using waste- water testing to track COVID-19 spread in the communities.
- Front Street foxes still entertaining There are foxes under a house on Front Street near Strickland Street again this year.
- After The Tumble The Carmacks-area bear shown on today’s front page
- Wetlands protection rose late in sitting The NDP is once again asking the Liberal government what it plans to do to protect wetlands.
- Vaccination attempts frustrated local resident Sometimes it pays to be the squeaky wheel, apparently.
- Silver, Trudeau pore over several issues Fresh off his ride to Toronto to mark Air North’s inaugural flight on the new route, Premier Sandy Silver trundled off to Ottawa to meet with the prime minister this morning.
- Wall requires special equipment from Alberta Robert Service Way will remain closed for a few more weeks as the city looks to implement a plan to make the area safe, says Mayor Laura Cabott.