- Strategy to cost $500 million over 10 years (38)
- Climate change strategy underwhelms NDP leader (18)
- Potential battery site generates wide opposition from neighbours (17)
- Cathers to seek another term in next election (13)
- Outside investors have been turned away, city told (13)
- Residents’ anxieties have been heard: Yukon Energy (13)
- Potential Tank Farm lots take another step (9)
- Van Bibber to seek second term in Porter Creek North (8)
September 15, 2020
- Chamber agrees with TIAY’s concerns The Yukon Chamber of Commerce says it shares the concerns expressed last Friday by the Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon (TIAY) about the potential, complete collapse of the tourism sector.
- Council nixes bid to build live-in suite City council has voted down a request to allow a 14th Avenue property owner to build a live-in suite in a home which is zoned restricted residential.
- Climate change strategy underwhelms NDP leader It’s hard not to be cynical about some components of the Yukon government’s strategy to fight climate change, NDP Leader Kate White said Monday.
- Glucose monitoring funding for adults to be permanent Yukoners over 18 years of age with type 1 diabetes will have access to fully-funded flash glucose monitors starting Oct. 1.
- Separate baggage drop-off area opens at airport Starting today, passengers using Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport must bring their baggage through the terminal to a separate drop-off area after check-in.
September 14, 2020
- Grant reporting to become window performance Whitehorse-based artist Nicole Bauberger will be taking a shift as the Artist in the Window this week at the Yukon Artists @ Work Society gallery.
- Virus makes annual breakfast an outdoors event Friday’s United Way annual breakfast took a different turn this year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the venue was outdoors.
- Create publicly funded midwifery: petition A petition demanding publicly funded midwifery in the Yukon has garnered hundreds of signatures, due to the territorial government’s delay in delivering the promised regulation.
- Cathers to seek another term in next election Brad Cathers, the longtime Yukon Party MLA for Lake Laberge, is once again seeking the Yukon Party nomination as the candidate for Lake Laberge for the next territorial election.
- Strategy to cost $500 million over 10 years Premier Sandy Silver and two of his cabinet minister rolled out their strategy this morning to battle climate change in the territory.
September 11, 2020
- Federal money has helped businesses survive More than $7 million in relief and recovery money has been targeted to 180-plus Yukon businesses, the federal government said today.
- Celebrating A New Look Keith Wolf Smarch, a Tinglit artist and carver, refurbished his original artwork on the outside of the Skookum Jim Friendship Centre, and the building received new paint recently.
- Art project will see intersection closed The intersection at Main Street and Front Street will be closed from approximately 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.
- Outdoor Eating At Its Best This morning’s United Way annual breakfast took a different turn this year.
- Rescuer’s performance was indeed the cat’s meow “I do this so friggin’ often, I have a cat carrier,” Russ Hobbis,
- Ther's Nothing Like A Good Scratch This grizzly made the most of a sunny day in the Kluane area
- Lot shortage could damage local economy Whitehorse is short on commercial and industrial lots outside the downtown area, says a report presented to city council at its meeting on Tuesday.
- Yukon Party regime would freeze all MLAs’ salaries A future Yukon Party government would freeze the pay and benefits of cabinet ministers and all 19 MLAs until the economy can fully reopen again.
- Uprooted program raises curtain to problems Students in the Music, Arts and Drama (MAD) program say that attending school at Porter Creek Secondary School has negatively impacted the integrity of the program.
- ‘We need to get real,’ TIA declares The Yukon’s tourism industry is sending out an SOS but nobody seems to be listening, says the executive director of the Tourism Industry Association of Yukon (TIA).