The price of housing in Whitehorse hit another record-high in the second quarter of this year, according to the real estate report compiled by the Yukon Bureau of Statistics.
The Yukon Party official Opposition is asking the Liberal government to provide an update on plans and costs for its bid to host the 2027 Canada Winter Games (CWG) in Whitehorse.
A Whitehorse woman is making a public apology for her 2021 posting of false statements about a male student at F.H. Collins Secondary School allegedly sexually assaulting and harassing other students.
The Canada Games Centre was evacuated Wednesday afternoon because of an ammonia leak from one of the ice plants.
- ‘There is no excuse but to act with urgency’ (43)
- Projects will address violence against Indigenous women, girls (18)
- First Nations Birth Worker Program developed (12)
- Sister City connection to be feted (11)
- Aggressive dog investigation underway in Whitehorse (10)
- 40@-40 Society launches First Principles Project site (9)
- Way cleared for new housing development (9)
- Damaging social media post prompts an apology (8)
August 12, 2022
- City helps Yukon Cares City council has approved a $4,978 grant for Yukon Cares.
- Klondike Concert Scene Continues Ryan McNally,
- Funding bounty set for Yukon’s farming sector Energy, Mines and Resources Minister John Streicker has helped cultivate a five-year agricultural funding program that will support the field in the Yukon.
- The Colourful Five Per Cent Illustrated Snap Shots
- Pace of COVID-19 slackening in city The active COVID-19 case numbers continued to decline in Whitehorse between Wednesday and Thursday, but remained static in some of the smaller communities.
- Sassy and sexy Varietease: a Klondike cabaret Varietease is a live music and a dance-heavy cabaret of “epic proportions”, they said – and indeed it was.
August 11, 2022
- Aggressive dog investigation underway in Whitehorse City of Whitehorse Bylaw Services personnel are investigating an alleged attack by two aggressive dogs in the Copper Ridge area.
- Web hub available for early childhood educators The federal and territorial governments are providing $200,000 for early childhood educators employed in licensed programs with continued learning and development opportunities.
- ‘Pooling’ around at the Golden Age Society Pool players at the Golden Age Society have a new pool table thanks to Norma and Allan Johnston.
- Woman rides to Arctic Ocean with four-legged pal Canadian Jess Stone is celebrating reaching the Arctic Ocean by motorcycle with her 75-pound German shepherd, Moxie, riding as co-pilot.
- Celebrating Civic Sisterhood The City of Whitehorse and the Association franco-yukonnaise celebrated the 22nd anniversary of the Whitehorse-Lancieux sister city connection Thursday evening at NorthLight Innovation.
- Runway plan takes another step City council has approved first reading of a zoning amendment required to allow for the extension of the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport runway closest to the escarpment.
August 10, 2022
- ‘There is no excuse but to act with urgency’ The Safe at Home Society has released 10 Calls to Action in response to the serious homelessness crisis in Whitehorse.
- Way cleared for new housing development A zoning amendment for Kwanlin Dün First Nation land west of Falcon Drive to allow for a housing development was passed by city council at its meeting Monday.
- 40@-40 Society launches First Principles Project site Over a bitterly cold weekend in January, 2020,
- Mayor formally declares Yukon Pride Month Mayor Laura Cabott has declared August to be Yukon Pride Month in the city of Whitehorse.
- Rockslides trigger more bad news for Skagway Two rockslides in a three-day period last week have led to a partial closure of the White Pass and Yukon Route dock in Skagway.
- Concord Floral is an emotional rollercoaster Yukon Theatre for Young People and the Heart of Riverdale Community Centre are presenting Concord Floral by Jordan Tannahill.