The Yukon and federal governments are forming a partnership that will be child’s play.
The city is considering expanding the number of caretaker suites for a new commercial-industrial development at 107 Titanium Way in the Marwell subdivision.
Another Yukon giant has left us.
Thursday was just another day on the job for Scott McDougall.
- Downtown site chosen for drug safe-house (57)
- COVID-19 cases still declining (13)
- City asked to agree to charges reduction (12)
- Public notified of 20 new COVID-19 cases (10)
- Worries expressed over easing of COVID rules (10)
- Families to be refunded for July’s child care expenses (6)
- ‘I’m just glad it turned out the way it did’ (5)
- U.S. border stays closed for another month (4)
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July 26, 2021
- Worries expressed over easing of COVID rules As Yukon medical officials continue to report new COVID-19 cases daily, some First Nations are expressing serious anxieties about the pending relaxations in rules.
- Capsized boaters found safe on Marsh Lake Three people and a dog are safe after a boat capsized on Marsh Lake last Monday evening.
- Southern Lakes levels receding Water levels on the Southern Lakes are continuing to drop, according to an update released this morning by the Emergency Co-ordination Centre.
July 23, 2021
- Politicians fondly recall ‘Gentleman Jack’ Currie Dixon, the leader of the Yukon Party, was quick to pay tribute to Jack Cable on Thursday morning.
- RCMP assist canoeists in trouble Teslin RCMP responded to two stranded canoeists on July 15.
- Dancing Into Cypherfest The Heart of Riverdale will present Cypherfest this weekend.
- Remembering Shipyards Park’s spirited history Strolling along the delightful Shipyards Park river trail, with its manicured lawns, flowers and restored historic houses, one can enjoy a spic-and-span picture, garnished with high-end condos at each end.
- Millions in rental housing set for Whistle Bend It was with great fanfare that a new $22.2-million rental housing project was announced Thursday morning in Whistle Bend.
- Chappie and Mattie Chapman By Liesel Briggs
- Water levels are beginning to drop Water levels on the big lakes are receding, according to the most recent information recorded at 6 p.m. Thursday by the Emergency Coordination Centre.
- New campground building set for the spring The replacement of the main building at the Robert Service Campground is scheduled for next spring, city council was told at its meeting Monday.
July 22, 2021
- Lightning continues to start wildfires Yukon Wildland Fire Management recorded 17 new wildfires Wednesday evening across central and southern Yukon.
- City asked to agree to charges reduction City council is being asked to approve a $91,770 reduction in development cost charges for a housing development at 213 Keno Way in the Whistle Bend subdivision.
- Man’s body discovered in Takhini The body of a 33-year-old Whitehorse man was found early Monday afternoon in the Takhini area of Whitehorse.
- Former commissioner remembered for many public roles Another distinguished Yukoner has left us behind.
- COVID-19 restrictions to be relaxed next month In a move that’s bound to be cheered in some quarters and jeered in others,