Whitehorse artist Nicole Bauberger has created a new exhibition in the Free Space Gallery at Northern Front Studio in the Waterfront Station Building.
Following the advice of the chief medical officer the Respiratory Assessment Centre closed last Sunday, 70 days after opening.
The Yukon government will launch phase two of the COVID-19 reopening plan on July 1, a phase that includes reopening the border between the Yukon and B.C.
Alpine Aviation is feeling the hurt from the COVID-19 pandemic, says its owner, Gerd Mannsperger.
- Liberals report radio silence from parties (19)
- ‘Operators feel like they’re sitting on death row’ (9)
- Patient queries hospital staff’s tendency not to wear masks (9)
- Sport Yukon doles out year-end awards (6)
- Lepage Park resurfacing work begins (3)
- Anti-Poverty coalition applauds health report’s conclusions (2)
- Border relaxation details being worked out (2)
- This overeaction has created a welfare state (1)
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June 2, 2020
- Watson Lake blaze snuffed out Yukon Wildland Fire Management crews responded to a 0.01-hectare critical zone fire near the Watson Lake airport last weekend.
June 1, 2020
- Parks and campgrounds set to open Thursday Territorial parks and campgrounds will open at 9 a.m. Thursday.
- Contract awarded for new stairs A $171,160 contract to build stairs linking the Canada Games Centre and the Mount McIntyre Recreation Centre was awarded by city council at its meeting last Monday.
- An Unusual Sight A Delta Air Lines Boeing 737 lands behind a Delta Airbus A220 on Saturday at Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport.
- Contract is awarded for major apartment complex Wildstone Construction Group of Whitehorse has been awarded a $16.9-million contract to build a 47-unit apartment complex at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Jeckell Street.
May 29, 2020
- ‘Operators feel like they’re sitting on death row’ During National Tourism Week, there is little to celebrate for the Yukon’s industry operators.
- Patient queries hospital staff’s tendency not to wear masks A Yukon senior who visited Whitehorse General Hospital for blood tests last Friday said he was startled to see staff weren’t wearing masks.
- Liberals report radio silence from parties The Yukon’s opposition parties are telling only half of the story in their bid to criticize the government, the Liberal caucus said today.
- Gas prices rose briefly Gasoline prices spiked briefly earlier this week to 114.9 for a litre of regular gas, but they fell just as quickly.
- Blaze Extinguished City firefighters responded to an alleyway mattress fire at about 12:35 p.m.
- Local rescue centre celebrates a new arrival Major’s Promise Yukon Large Animal Rescue delivered its first foal May 20, and is now seeking support from the public to pay for the associated veterinary bills.
- Moves may violate Charter: group The Canadian Civil Liberties Association says some of the territorial government’s actions may violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
- Seasonal Market Debuts The Fireweed Community Market opened for the season Thursday.
- No urgency for moose management changes, Yukon government told The Yukon Fish and Game Association wants the territorial government to slow down with its proposals to alter management of moose populations, says the association’s executive director.
- Helping Reduce The Fire Risk The Copper Ridge Neighbourhood Association (CRNA) and FireSmart Committee have been FireSmarting the neighbourhood.
- Yukon University announces fall semester program plans Yukon University has rolled out a plan for the delivery of its credit programs, aiming to ensure there is a path in place for every learner.
- United Way provides grocery support to students Thanks to United Way Yukon, some 50 Yukon University students have received $25 grocery gift cards to assist them during the COVID-19 pandemic response.