- Voters opt for familiarity in the mayoralty (22)
- RCMP out to keep roads safe in new era (20)
- Pot store opens, but online site not live on time (16)
- Voters give council a moderate overhaul (14)
- Renos to new group home estimated up to $1 M (8)
- Indigenous women’s groups get major funding boost (7)
- Cannabis sales site attracted 30,000 views (6)
- Council seat winners, pursuers reflect on results (6)
Supplements published on Tuesday October 23, 2018
Stories published on Tuesday October 23, 2018
- Broken stick? No problem; get it fixed Hockey players, how familiar does this scenario sound?
- The process needs more citizen involvement Given the way governments have been behaving in the last few years,
- High costs mean Canada Post is a service only for the rich Canada Post, a government corporation, has begun rotating strikes that will affect the delivery of mail and parcels to the Canadian taxpayers.
- Carbon tax will hit Yukon in July 2019 As the federal government treks across the country to chat with provinces and territories about the price on pollution today,
- Land is planned to be usable in two years Cleanup of the old contaminated tar pit in the Marwell area is well underway,
- Bus route sees improvements Bus service to Ingram, Granger, Porter Creek and Whistle Bend improved Oct. 15, the City of Whitehorse has noted.
- Entries sought for coin design contest The Yukon Mint™ Corp. (Yukon Mint™) is accepting submissions for the second My Kaska Nation gold coin design contest.
- Marine tragedy exhibit coming to Whitehorse A travelling artifacts exhibit related to a Royal Canadian Mint coin commemorating the sinking of SS Princess Sophia will be in Whitehorse on Thursday, the tragedy’s 100th anniversary.
- Get more feedback on Coroners Act, YG urged The territory’s opposition party continued to ask the government Monday to hold off on making any changes to the Coroners Act until more consultation is done with a number of groups.
- Conference begins with grand chief’s address First Nations are resilient and want to help build a citizenship who will help benefit the entire territory,
- Firm appeals overturn of acquittal A Yukon construction company is appealing a Yukon Supreme Court summary appeal decision which overturned an acquittal.