- 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 3, 2020
- Golf Gala raises $13,000 for Special Olympics Yukon The Whitehorse Toyota and Meadow Lakes Golf Club presented the Special Olympics Golf Gala 2020 last Saturday.
September 2, 2020
- New track and field facility officially opens The official ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new $8.2-million track and field facility at F.H. Collins Secondary School was held Tuesday afternoon.
September 1, 2020
- Sport and rec groups receiving COVID-19 relief funding The Government of Yukon has begun distributing $1,687,000 in federal relief funds to support local not-for-profit sport and recreation organizations affected by COVID-19.
August 31, 2020
- Trilogy Challenge popularity continues to rise Year six of the Whitehorse Disc Golf Association (WDGA) Trilogy Challenge was a “bit twisted” due to COVID-19. The Challenge is typically over two days at Mount McIntyre Disc Golf Course and Solstice Disc Golf Course.
August 28, 2020
- Guidelines for the return to contact sports have been released Guidelines for the return to contact sports were released Wednesday by Dr. Brendan Hanley, the Yukon’s chief medical officer of health.
- New $8.2-million track and field facility looking good and ready for use The new track and field facility at the F.H. Collins Secondary School is nothing less than impressive.
August 26, 2020
- Bradford posts fastest time in the Claim 10-Miler road race It’s looking like Dominic Bradford recorded the fastest time for the Claim 10-Miler run held on the weekend, says Don White of Athletics Yukon.
August 24, 2020
- Parker, Vandermeer crowned King and Queen in 50-km events Like all sporting events affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Royalty of the Canyon mountain bike race was different.