- Collision injures cyclist (15)
- Ex-Yukon Party MLA eyes seat on council (15)
- Couple fined for wildlife violations (13)
- Many Rivers Counselling strike a possibility (8)
- Segregation tops list of suggested WCC reforms (5)
- Fond memories followed bust’s unveiling (4)
- Man’s sentencing hearing put off (1)
- What is the place of Twitter in matters of governance? (Uffish Thoughts) (1)
Supplements published on Friday August 17, 2018
Stories published on Friday August 17, 2018
- Team Yukon heading to Canada 55+ Games Team Yukon begins competing Tuesday at the Canada 55+ Games in Saint John, N.B.
- Over 500 athletes registered for orienteering championships The North American Orienteering Championships are underway in Whitehorse
- Telling of the lives of an immortal crow I first encountered John Crowley back in the late 1970s
- A hockey legend glides to the Great Rink in the Sky Last week, unarguably one of the greatest hockey players in history died.
- What is the place of Twitter in matters of governance? (Uffish Thoughts) As Twitter tweets go, it was a fairly polite and innocuous message.
- Don’t imprison these ideas in bureaucratic inertia ( Editorial ) Several years ago, Nehass attracted national headlines
- Our campaign will help house the homeless We are writing to inform you about an exciting initiative occurring in Whitehorse.
- I’ll be watching the PM next month If you were the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Canada
- Sir John A. deserves our thanks, not our scorn The man who fostered our identity as Canadians
- Should our city have a ward system? Riverdale, Copper Ridge, Porter Creek, downtown, country residential, Crestview or some other neighbourhood.
- Is lawmakers’ high pay helping the taxpayer? Does the City of Whitehorse really need an overpaid mayor and council?
- How do ‘rights’ apply to hunting and fishing? “Rights” are being used more often since our federal and territorial governments have cause a boondoggle dealing with land claim agreements.
- GREAT GRUB .
- Former government employee declared a vexatious litigant Juanita Wood has been declared a vexatious litigant
- Fatal accident remains under investigation A recent accident on the Davidson Glacier River has resulted in the death of 50-year old Las Vegas resident Todd Willis.
- Expansive barge under construction The Whitehorse industrial area is the site of the construction of a large barge
- City settles case with flood-affected resident The $3,896.48 lawsuit between a Dogwood Street resident and the City of Whitehorse has been resolved.
- Biking couple passes through Whitehorse You might have seen them around Whitehorse earlier this month
- Preliminary hearing date scheduled A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for a 20-year-old Pelly Crossing woman
- Date set for Crown’s appeal hearing A date for the Crown’s appeal hearing of Curtis Steven Rowat’s acquittal has been set.
- Man sentenced for three breaches of court order A 41-year-old Old Crow man has been sentenced for three breaches of a recognizance order.
- Yukon firefighters head to British Columbia The British Columbia government declared a province-wide state of emergency
- Drugs, weapons seized in Hillcrest Whitehorse RCMP have released information about an incident that occurred in June.
- Man’s sentencing hearing put off The sentencing hearing of a 32-year-old Pelly Crossing man has been pushed back a day due to his lawyer’s unavailability.
- First Nation inclusion urged in WCC reforms The Council of Yukon First Nations (CYFN) is applauding the recommendations made in an inspection report
- Couple fined for wildlife violations A German couple has been convicted and fined for violating the Wildlife Act
- BLAIR Pet of the Week