The first hardtop Ford Mustang that was accidentally shipped to Whitehorse in 1964 was auctioned off Saturday for $175,000 US.
The territory officially cut the ribbon on its newest tiny homes project on Sixth Avenue on Friday afternoon.
DAWSON CITY – While the Yukon government continues with its formal attempt to create an ice bridge north of the ferry landing, local folks have tried a different method – and seem to have succeeded.
- The cheque’s in the mail: YG unveils rebates plan (33)
- Concerns expressed over proposed child care centre (19)
- Dawson needs a new wastewater solution (15)
- Retailer eyes 420 opening date (12)
- Teslin Tlingit Council wins a pivotal lawsuit (12)
- Transport truck clips school bus (10)
- Parties critical of rebate framework (9)
- Cannabis sellers will have two model options (8)
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January 21, 2019
- City sole-sources $360,000 contract to Microsoft City council has formally passed a resolution to sole-source a $360,000 three-year contract to Microsoft Canada.
- Yukon Cares to receive bus passes City council will provide Yukon Cares with two one-year transit passes.
- Call opens for housing concepts The territorial government is calling for those who have their sights set on work to offer affordable housing options to Yukoners to apply for funding from a pot of money totalling $3.6 million.
January 18, 2019
- Airport crews finding cracks in runway asphalt The territory’s sole international airport has been seeing debris and cracks in its main runway asphalt this winter through inspections – after it was newly paved last summer as part of $5.1 million worth of work.
- Parties critical of rebate framework The territory’s opposition parties are saying the Yukon government’s carbon pricing rebate framework misses the mark,
- Man acquitted of failing to remain at accident scene The Yukon Court of Appeal has overturned three convictions of a rural Yukon resident for dangerous driving and two counts of failing to stop at the scene of an accident.
- Case involving breath sample is adjourned The trial of a Whitehorse man charged with refusing to provide a breath sample to the RCMP has been adjourned.
- City shifts its budget vote date The fate of a proposed 2.3 per cent property tax increase city taxes and hike service fees for 2019 won’t be known until at least Feb. 11.
- Act on strike, NDP tells Liberals nce again, the Yukon NDP is urging the territorial government to get involved in the Many Rivers Counselling and Support Services Society strike that began in early November 2018.
- Indigenous leaders recall struggle for recognition Past Indigenous leaders from the Yukon recalled this week their struggle back in the early 1970s to assert the rights of non-status Indians in the territory.
- Premier shuffles government’s senior ranks Some of the territorial government’s senior managers are on the move.
- Fibre optic project is on track: YG Work to close the northern fibre optic loop is on track to begin later this year, as promised in mid-2018, the Yukon government said recently.
- Annual fundraiser’s final show set for tonight at arts centre The Heart of Riverdale will present the finale of Go Nuts 2019 with Leaping Feats, at 7:00 this evening at the Yukon Arts Centre.
January 17, 2019
- The cheque’s in the mail: YG unveils rebates plan The Yukon government lifted the curtain on its long-awaited proposed model for the carbon price rebate this morning,
- Major court decision provides clarity, chief says Major court decision provides clarity, chief says
- Transport truck clips school bus A transport truck driver is facing a charge of failing to stop for a school bus after a collision Wednesday morning on the Alaska Highway south of Whitehorse.
- Driver accused of failing to provide breath sample A Whitehorse man is standing trial on a charge of failing to provide a breath sample to police.
- Pivot Festival Fare Whitehorse resident Nicole Bauberger presents spicy poetry
- Winter weather construction continues in Dawson Construction is continuing on several projects in Dawson City over the winter months.
- Truth In A Sign Ethan Lien confirms