- YG addressing shelter problems: minister (42)
- MP, challenger assess latest SNC-Lavalin twist (31)
- ‘This is the lowest point I’ve ever seen the shelter’ (12)
- Activities heat up at Brewery Creek minesite (6)
- Jury dismissed after judge declares a mistrial (5)
- ‘This beautiful garden is planted in unity’ (3)
- Curriculum changes loom on eve of school year (3)
- Man is entitled to review in territory: court (2)
August 13, 2019
- Eats In The Streets Jasmine Roush, with The Coffee Bar,
- YG’s quest for mine receiver can continue, court rules The territorial government can proceed with its application in Yukon Supreme Court to seek a court-appointed receiver to take control of the troubled Wolverine Mine.
- Activities heat up at Brewery Creek minesite Golden Predator Mining has announced that it’s ramping up its Brewery Creek operation in preparation to recommence production.
- Man is entitled to review in territory: court A Yukon Supreme Court justice has granted a man’s application to have his annual review hearing in the territory, quashing the Yukon Review Board’s order to hold it at a hospital in Edmonton.
August 12, 2019
- Show’s expanded run to wind down this week Live evening theatre has returned to the Palace Grand again this summer, with the Friends of the Palace Grand’s production of The Cabin of Curiosities.
- Final Peel River Watershed plan to emerge next week The final land use plan for the Peel River Watershed is scheduled for release next week, the Yukon government announced this morning.
- Don’t harvest Porcupine caribou, board urges The Porcupine Caribou Management Board (PCMB) is asking hunters to voluntarily refrain from shooting Porcupine caribou during their southern migration this year.
- City awards water main work City council has awarded the contract and set aside more money for water main improvement on Lambert Street to Sixth Avenue.
- Research farm yields new discoveries The territorial government’s research farm has proved that oats, barley, multiple haskap varieties and Camelina oil seeds will flourish at Yukon farms.
- YG addressing shelter problems: minister In response to widespread concern, the minister of Health and Social Services is vowing a short-term action plan for the Whitehorse Emergency Shelter.
August 9, 2019
- College students can take advantage of funds Two significant new financial awards are available to Yukon College students, the college said recently.
- Projects proceeding with $126,000-plus in funding Nine community projects have been awarded a total of $126,801 in Tier 1 funding from the Community Development Fund (CDF).
- Mines for Minds award helping Yukon students Environmental Monitoring certificate students at Yukon College can now benefit from a new fund created by the Yukon Party executive designed to help remove barriers to education and employment.
- Pre-Weekend Rehearsal Veteran Yukon composer Daniel Janke, left,
- Contract awarded for Tlingit Street project services City council has unanimously approved the contract award and is increasing the spending for the consulting services regarding the Tlingit Street reconstruction project.
- Intriguing Pattern Overhead .
- Several Teslin projects funded Several infrastructure projects, including a new fire station, were announced Tuesday in Teslin
- No Sourness Here Jen Majiski, left, and Shanta Ferguson
- Artists absorbed guidance on getting into the industry Whitehorse artists embarking on a professional music career were given advice on how to break into the industry by a panel of experts late last week, thanks to a Music Yukon initiative.
- Jobs numbers still sizzling July’s Yukon employment statistics suggest the territory is thriving economically.
- Heavy-Duty Mishap .
- Service providers offered brunch As part of the ongoing efforts to end homelessness across the city,
- City may get its first winery Whitehorse is on the way to having its very first winery.
- Railway megaproject returns to the track When the former lieutenant governor of Alaska arrived in Los Angeles on business last week,
- Judge overturns conviction, orders new trial The Court of Appeal of Yukon has overturned a Carcross man’s convictions of breaking and entering and sexual assault.
- ‘They should be ashamed of themselves’ A mural of Whitehorse’s beloved “Skateboard Grandma” was defaced this week.
- Shock, sadness greet losses of two young lives Shawn Kitchen, the pilot involved in Tuesday’s fatal plane crash at Mayo Lake, is being remembered as a talented and well-respected man.