- Series of ambitious greenhouse gas controls unveiled (23)
- Supporters gather at café facing eviction (17)
- City council approves Centennial Street complex (12)
- Last call sounds for beloved cocktail inventor (6)
- Find a Family Doctor online program launched (5)
- The Yukon River freezes at Dawson City (3)
- Yukoner will be inducted into Canadian Mining Hall of Fame (2)
- A foreign company helped bring in Vivian Krause (1)
Supplements published on Monday November 18, 2019
Stories published on Monday November 18, 2019
- Oldtimers hockey action Darryl Cann showed no rust from a conditioning stint in the minors,
- Vanier cleans up at v-ball championships It was a weekend full of volleyball action as both Grade 8 and Grade 9/10 teams vied for the Volleyball Championships.
- Food for Fines approved The city’s bylaw department is estimating $4,800 in cash and donations of non-perishable food products will be collected during this year’s Christmas Food for Fines Program.
- Community resolves to keep Santa truck rolling Garbage Truck Santa will ride again, thanks to contributions from the Whitehorse community.
- Employers shouldn’t expect rebates Rebates from the territory’s workers’ compensation system will not be distributed to Yukon employers this year.
- First-ever WEKH hub North of 60 kicks off Tuesday Tomorrow will mark the official launch of the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH) North at Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E), Yukon College.
- Dawson honoured those who have served The Robert Service School gymnasium was crowded, as usual, for last Monday’s Remembrance Day service.
- Keeping The Roads Safe RCMP Const. Louis Allain is seen at a traffic check stop Friday evening
- Data chart crises in rental housing and soaring costs The launch of the Canadian Rental Housing Index has confirmed that the rental housing and cost crisis is alive and well in the Yukon.
- Hospital corporation reports progress on several fronts The Yukon Hospital Corp.’s year-in-review highlighted progress in collaborative meal programs, reduced wait times for cataract surgery and expanded language services in 2018-19.
- Optimism surrounds hard rock mining industry The future looks good for hard rock mining in the territory, though the drop in grass roots exploration is somewhat troubling.
- Inspect devices annually, coroner warns A 75-year-old Stewart Crossing woman died last month from carbon monoxide poisoning near Mayo, the Yukon Coroner’s Service has concluded.