Pet Of The Week
- Declare climate emergency, MLAs urge government (35)
- Yukon Energy ices 20-megawatt generating station (18)
- Minister questioned on tree removal (16)
- YG store reported $2 M in cannabis sales in five months (12)
- Councillor wants free store reopened (10)
- Board begins recruitment of Yukon University president (10)
- Minister peppered with questions about housing (9)
- YG should follow suit, make the declaration (4)
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October 4, 2019
- Our Community as One The schools of Whitehorse are coming together on October 9th for the annual food drive,
October 2, 2019
- A Familiar Face Harreson Tanner
September 27, 2019
- Experiencing adventures in the Unfolded World (Bookends) I suppose it all started when Mr. Weston walked into Dan Carter’s office and handed him his inheritance.
- The Sounds Of Music The Squeak & Squawk concert,
September 25, 2019
September 20, 2019
- A mystery with many misunderstandings (Bookends) While this is the first book in a new series, you may spend quite a bit of it wondering if there was not some earlier book that you somehow missed.
September 13, 2019
- Clay Pet Of The Week
- A journey where history is also a mystery (Bookends) I accidentally connected with Trevor Ferguson a few months ago, and recognized him as the real person behind the John Farrow pseudonym.
- Marking Four Decades Brandon Wicke, the general manager of the Guild Hall,
- Currently Showing Lillian Loponen has opened Kalevala at the Yukon Arts Centre.
September 11, 2019
- City, association mark 19-year sisterhood link The City of Whitehorse and the Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY) celebrated the 19th anniversary of the Whitehorse-Lancieux Sister City connection last Friday afternoon at city hall.
September 6, 2019
- Drake Pet Of The Week
- Examining three books celebrating kid stuff (Bookends) The point of this book is to teach kids about the way that a Buddy Bench type of program could be a big boon for helping kids to find each other as friends.
- Action Continues Dancers enjoy the sounds of DJKJ, a.k.a. Kevin Jack, Aug. 29 on The Wharf
August 30, 2019
- Mavis Pet Of The Week
- When real people become fictional players (Bookends) Historical fiction liberally sprinkled with real people always leaves you wondering how much material you have to research in order to make sense of it.
- Yukoner gaining valuable skills in Armed Forces I found Cpl. Bethany Savage in the back of her light support vehicle wheeled ambulance deep in the training area of Garrison Petawawa, Ont.,