- Officials unveil $23 M for road, city works (21)
- Embrace renewable energy, council urged (15)
- Pilot project will study ‘smart devices’ use (14)
- Help conserve energy, YEC asks Yukoners (11)
- Court spurns man’s appeal of dangerous driving sentence (4)
- Group home’s staff endangered youth: report (4)
- Yukoners flock to private cannabis store (4)
- Aggravated assault sentence toughened (2)
Supplements published on Thursday April 18, 2019
Stories published on Thursday April 18, 2019
- AON downs Medicine Chest 5-3 for Oldtimers title Medicine Chest forced the one-game final by defeating AON 3-0 Tuesday night.
- Polarettes have successful B.C. Championships The Polarettes Gymnastics club continued to wrack-up the air miles,
- Run Ending Soon Saturday evening will be the last time audience members can see the final Guild Hall play of the season, The Drowsy Chaperone.
- Examining the differences between men and women ( Bookends ) The story begins with a woman who calls herself Evie, this time around, though she has had other names.
- T-Rex Pet Of The Week
- Our personal civil liberties are being eroded The Yukon Prospectors Association (YPA) would like to address the gradual but inexorable erosion of Yukon’s land base for responsible exploration.
- Heaving a spontaneous collective sigh On April 10, I heard a spontaneous collective sigh of relief sweep across our grand land.
- Biomass: green energy or renewable pollution? Biomass energy in the Yukon is produced by burning either wood chips or pellets.
- Congratulations for a ‘promise’ kept When Justin Trudeau said his government would be “doing politics differently,”
- Why hunting is part of wildlife management The subject came up the other day with a person who was hell-bent on stopping all the killing of all wildlife, and the word was, “We must preserve what we now have and stop killing the animals.”
- Street gets a whole new moniker I see where Wood Street will soon be Weed Street.
- A dog-gone tale that will never fade away ( Comment ) In ’95, I had a hard winter in Dawson City.
- Health reforms delayed; a radio stalwart departs ( Editorial ) Will Yukoners learn how their government plans to retool their health care system before they vote for their next government?
- Council approves AYC resolutions The city is seeking the support of other Yukon communities in pushing the territorial government for improved consultation with municipalities and First Nations.
- A Spring Ritual Work has begun
- Support someone on Denim Day, Yukoners urged Support someone on Denim Day, Yukoners urged
- Mayor makes Earth Day declaration Mayor Dan Curtis has declared the coming Monday as Earth Day in Whitehorse.
- Athlete named chef de mission for Lima 2019, Tokyo 2020 With just under 500 days to go until the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games,
- A Work In Progress Yukon aviation historian Bob Cameron
- Judge explains conviction of impaired driver A Yukon judge has convicted a Whitehorse man of impaired driving and refusing to provide a breath sample to the RCMP.
- Process ‘fraught with setbacks and delays’ The Yukon’s first private retail cannabis store opened its doors today after being granted a licence Wednesday – a day that should be celebrated but also one that didn’t come without its kinks.
- Group home’s staff endangered youth: report Wrongdoing occurred in the treatment of a young person by the staff of a Whitehorse group home, concludes a report released Wednesday.
- Yukoners flock to private cannabis store A handful of eager customers entered the territory’s first private retail store this morning, as Triple J’s Canna Space swung open its doors at 10 a.m. in downtown Whitehorse.
- Man faces cell time after 2017 collision A Yukon judge has sentenced a Whitehorse man to 5 1/2 months in jail for two counts of impaired driving causing bodily harm and two counts of blood concentration equal or over the legal limit causing bodily harm.