- Group home’s staff endangered youth: report (26)
- Help conserve energy, YEC asks Yukoners (17)
- Yukoners flock to private cannabis store (10)
- Report lays out wide-ranging suggestions (9)
- Ottawa pours money into economic diversification (4)
- Man faces cell time after 2017 collision (2)
- Apartment complex set (2)
- Athlete named chef de mission for Lima 2019, Tokyo 2020 (1)
April 17, 2019
- The Highway In Quilts The Kluane Quilters Guild opened The Alcan Highway in Quilts last Thursday evening at the Yukon Transportation Museum.
- New playground equipment set for Rotary Peace Park Rotary Peace Park is up for a $389,920 facelift with new playground equipment.
- Building Bridges There were fewer bridges
- Charges laid after incident A 28-year-old man is facing numerous charges following an armed robbery that took place last Sunday in Whitehorse.
- Food Bank Enriched The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at Yukon & British Columbia donated $5,630 to the Food Bank Society of Whitehorse last month.
- Shelter plan timeline may shift A six-month timeline the Yukon government gave itself for taking over operations of the now-defunct Salvation Army’s Centre of Hope and re-evaluating from there is flexible, it said Tuesday.
- Changes to workers rules coming The Yukon government is hoping to revamp rules around the territory’s workers’ compensation system and occupational health and safety system,
- Help conserve energy, YEC asks Yukoners Yukon Energy is asking Yukoners to make a conscious effort to conserve energy as the mild winter and below-average snowpack means less water for generating electricity.
- Apartment complex set City administration is recommending that city council approve two development incentive agreements for multi-residential projects.
April 16, 2019
- Aggravated assault sentence toughened The Court of Appeal of Yukon has toughened the sentence of a man convicted of aggravated assault resulting from a knife attack in the McIntyre subdivision.
- Details for health review unveiled Details that will guide the Yukon government’s comprehensive health care review were made public Monday, coming complete with an extension that will see a final report given to YG in March 2020.
- Embrace renewable energy, council urged City council heard Monday from two local activists pressing for more focus on the need to embrace renewable energy.
April 15, 2019
- Premiering Tomorrow Larrikin Entertainment and the Yukon Arts Centre
- YG looks to cancel cooling work at Ross River school The Yukon government is considering cancelling some cooling work on the Ross River School that has come in over-budget from a bidder, but is expecting to still go ahead with other structural bracing work this year.
- Record-Shattering Migration Swan Haven by M’Clintock Bay
- Youth Parliament returns after eight-year absence The territorial legislature was the scene of a rare Friday sitting last week.
- Court spurns man’s appeal of dangerous driving sentence The Court of Appeal of Yukon has dismissed the appeal of a Yukon man who was challenging his sentence for dangerous driving causing bodily harm.
- Officials unveil $23 M for road, city works Whitehorse city hall, the city’s new services building and asphalt overlay work all received a nod from the federal government Friday afternoon.
- Pilot project will study ‘smart devices’ use A $1.3-million, two-year pilot project to investigate the feasibility of using smart devices across the Yukon grid was unveiled Friday afternoon.