- ‘There is no excuse but to act with urgency’ (43)
- Projects will address violence against Indigenous women, girls (18)
- First Nations Birth Worker Program developed (12)
- Sister City connection to be feted (11)
- Aggressive dog investigation underway in Whitehorse (10)
- 40@-40 Society launches First Principles Project site (9)
- Way cleared for new housing development (9)
- Damaging social media post prompts an apology (8)
Supplements published on Friday August 12, 2022
Stories published on Friday August 12, 2022
- KROCKER, Kenneth Abraham November 1, 1936 - July 17, 2022
- Yukon River Trail Marathon off and running Photo Spread
- Yukon falls to B.C., bounces back to capture seventh place at 2022 CSG It was that close.
- Pursuing adventures in the Roach Motel (Bookends) The book begins by introducing us to Tim Jamieson,
- Snowy Pet Of The Week
- Media should have seen the lights Re: the Yukon winners of this year’s Celebration of Light fireworks competition in Vancouver.
- Yukoners have outdone themselves! I want to take this opportunity to thank the donors, the buyers, and most especially my teams for making this year’s Royal Canadian Legion sales successful.
- Come help us stand against discrimination Jewish Canadians are 10 times more likely than members of any other religious community to be the target of a hate crime.
- Sassy and sexy Varietease: a Klondike cabaret Varietease is a live music and a dance-heavy cabaret of “epic proportions”, they said – and indeed it was.
- Pace of COVID-19 slackening in city The active COVID-19 case numbers continued to decline in Whitehorse between Wednesday and Thursday, but remained static in some of the smaller communities.
- The Colourful Five Per Cent Illustrated Snap Shots
- Funding bounty set for Yukon’s farming sector Energy, Mines and Resources Minister John Streicker has helped cultivate a five-year agricultural funding program that will support the field in the Yukon.
- Klondike Concert Scene Continues Ryan McNally,
- Building honours responsible government icon Jim Smith didn’t swallow copious amounts of bitter coffee, sitting up until 2:30 a.m. wearily toiling over architectural blueprints for the now-former Yukon
- Feting Finned Friends Despite the lack of fish,
- City helps Yukon Cares City council has approved a $4,978 grant for Yukon Cares.
- Damaging social media post prompts an apology A Whitehorse woman is making a public apology for her 2021 posting of false statements about a male student at F.H. Collins Secondary School allegedly sexually assaulting and harassing other students.
- Clarification needed on bid to host Games:Yukon Party The Yukon Party official Opposition is asking the Liberal government to provide an update on plans and costs for its bid to host the 2027 Canada Winter Games (CWG) in Whitehorse.
- Properties continue to gain in their value The price of housing in Whitehorse hit another record-high in the second quarter of this year, according to the real estate report compiled by the Yukon Bureau of Statistics.