A Yukon construction company is appealing a Yukon Supreme Court summary appeal decision which overturned an acquittal.
First Nations are resilient and want to help build a citizenship who will help benefit the entire territory,
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.
The Whitehorse Condominium Corp. has filed a civil lawsuit against Audette Construction and the City of Whitehorse.
- 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)
Subscribers only access
October 23, 2018
- 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.
- Bus route sees improvements Bus service to Ingram, Granger, Porter Creek and Whistle Bend improved Oct. 15, the City of Whitehorse has noted.
- 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,
October 22, 2018
- Renos to new group home estimated up to $1 M A Liberal cabinet minister has offered some clarification,
- YG, Alaska seek highway money The territorial government has joined its neighbours to the west in requesting funding a long-term work on a section of highways from Haines, Alaska to Beaver Creek.
- Driver’s acquittal was wrong, court told The Crown’s appeal of an impaired driving acquittal was heard earlier this month by Yukon Supreme Court Justice Leigh Gower.
- Sixty-three per cent of voters didn’t vote The numbers are in, and it turns out 37 per cent of eligible voters in the city cast ballots last Thursday to determine the next mayor and council for Whitehorse.
- School vote nomination deadline looms Elections Yukon will administer the byelection to fill one trustee vacancy on the Yukon Francophone School Board (CSFY).
- Ministers ended gathering on a high note Human trafficking and the gender pay gap came under scrutiy as the 36th meeting of the federal-provincial-territorial ministers responsible for the Status of Women ended Friday in Whitehorse.
- Author to release book Tuesday evening Whitehorse author Al Pope is inviting the general public to attend the launch of his new book The Boreal Curmudgeon at Hamilton and Son Guitar Works at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
October 19, 2018
- Voters opt for familiarity in the mayoralty Voters in Whitehorse have handed Mayor Dan Curtis a third consecutive term.
- Voters give council a moderate overhaul Change wasn’t in the air for mayor last night – but it certainly was for the six seats that surround him. There will be three new ones.
- Council seat winners, pursuers reflect on results The Whitehorse municipal election wrapped up last night with Mayor Dan Curtis once again being elected as mayor with 2,933 votes.
- Mayoral race in Faro determined by a draw after candidates tie in votes The results of the Yukon-wide 2018 municipal elections are as follows:
- Dismiss ex-employee’s case, YG urges court The territorial government is asking a Yukon Supreme Court justice to strike a statement of claim and dismiss the case brought against it by a former government employee.
- Yukoner receives prestigious award Charlotte Hrenchuk of the Yukon Status of Women Council has been named as an award recipient for the 2018 Governor General Awards in Commemoration of the Persons Case.
- Access curtailed to illegal road The Yukon government is taking further steps to restrict access to the illegal 17-kilometre road built in 2016 between Carmacks and Pelly Crossing.
- Judge grants injunction against humane society in the face of litigation A Yukon Supreme court justice has granted a temporary injunction against the Humane Society Yukon.
- Busy Chambers This was the scene Thursday evening at city council chambers as candidates,
- Animal care standards to be improved – YG Yukoners are being asked to help improve the legal framework that governs the protection and control of animals in the territory.
- Board recommends approval of stocking plan It’s looking like the list of stocked lakes in the Yukon will grow by one for the first time in a couple of decades.
- Search underway for armed robber Whitehorse RCMP are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the Trails North complex Wednesday evening.
- Wanted In The Yukon Garrick Daniel James, 31,
- Archaeologist to kick off the Long Ago Yukon events Norm Easton, the principal investigator at the Little John archaeological site near Beaver Creek,
- ‘Humbled’ by victory, chief declares Chief Kristina Kane of the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council said she is “humbled and honoured” to have been elected to her third term as chief on Monday.