- Impaired drivers to pay higher fines (19)
- Contract for $29M awarded for francophone high school (17)
- Bagnell aims for another term in Ottawa (15)
- Spanish citizen sentenced for child porn offence (10)
- Council’s decision disappoints local flight company (8)
- Woman’s assailant jailed 27 months (5)
- Fat bikers hit the trails at Wolf Creek (4)
- Pat Duncan ascends from political obscurity (1)
Supplements published on Tuesday December 18, 2018
Stories published on Tuesday December 18, 2018
- Seeing The Sunrise Athletics Yukon had their Winter Solstice Run Saturday at Grey Mountain.
- CFSAY has end of 2018 exhibition The Canadian Filipino Sports Association of the Yukon (CFSAY) and the Whitehorse Women’s Basketball League played each other in two exhibition games Sunday at Vanier Secondary School.
- No-plastics challenge was educational Members of the Whitehorse United Church took on a four-week challenge to eliminate single-use plastics from mid-October to mid-November.
- The politicians aren’t listening, folks! Four hundred parts per million are called a trace gas for good reason.
- Wake up and see what Trudeau is doing! Why are we blissfully allowing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sell our country out from under us?
- Beware of sheep on the highway: Parks Canada Parks Canada is advising motorists that they can expect to see sheep on the road along a short section of the Alaska Highway northwest of Haines Junction.
- Secure your vehicles againstthefts, RCMP warn public In the past few weeks, Whitehorse RCMP have investigated several stolen vehicle complaints.
- Taking The Stage This Evening Gurdeep Pandher and the Yukon Punjabi Bhangra Society will present the Bhangra Show at 7:00 this evening at the Yukon Arts Centre.
- Former minister named to management team A former Yukon Party cabinet minister has joined ALX Exploration & Mining Supplies in its management team as its director of business development.
- Man sentenced for aggravated assault A 33-year-old Ross River man has been sentenced to 18 months’ jail time with seven months time served for aggravated assault and other offences.
- Globe’s largest gold producer terminates option with ATAC Barrick Gold Corp. has terminated its option with ATAC Resources to acquire an interest in the Orion Project northeast of Keno City of Mayo, ATAC announced last week.
- Dazzling, decorated rig may be on borrowed time A familiar, if somewhat unconventional, holiday event has resumed for its 27th season in Whitehorse, but the man who’s better known as Garbage Truck Santa worries he’s celebrating on borrowed time.
- YG, feds confirm nearly $1 M in opioids-related funding Nearly $1 million in combined federal and territorial government funding will go toward improving access to opioid treatment services for those living with substance use disorders, it was announced Monday in Whitehorse.