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A delegation of representatives from First Nations and environmental groups were in Ottawa today to hear the Supreme Court of Canada case surrounding the Peel watershed planning process.
The Hillcrest Community Association will go door-to-door to make sure people vote on improvements planned for the neighbourhood that could add more fees to their taxes.
Whitehorse RCMP are looking to speak with anyone who witnessed an arrest last week or took video of the incident.
Whitehorse’s mayor and council are preparing for a round of town hall meetings through April.
Whitehorse’s former city manager says she was surprised to learn that she had been fired after three years as the city’s top administrator.
Len McGinnis has spent years cleaning up a property in Porter Creek, beginning back before he had any claim to the land.
Larry Bagnell spent March 14 doling out cash for seniors programs.
Whitehorse city council passed its new policy outlining how the municipality acquires art as part of new construction and where that art can be displayed.
Whitehorse’s top bureaucrat has been let go. Late March 14, city hall issued a press release stating that the city “has revoked the appointment of Christine Smith as city manager, effective immediately.”
Kids as young as three are staying in the territory’s group homes, sometimes living with older children, the News has learned.
A weekend fire destroyed a triplex in Porter Creek March 12 but everyone inside was able to get out of the building safely.
Yukon’s Department of Education says it will continue to offer an internationally recognized French fluency test for Grade 11 and 12 students.
The Vuntut Gwitchin people see Porcupine caribou as part of their lifeblood.
Whitehorse city staff are recommending that council approve nearly $7,500 worth of environmental grants to five different community projects.
Whitehorse’s mayor says he’s confident the city will meet its waste diversion goals even after the Salvation Army Thrift Store shuts its doors.
Officials are still working to figure out what caused the fire that destroyed Haines Junction’s only full-time auto repair shop last week.
More than $350,000 in public art budgeted for Whitehorse’s proposed new operations building won’t actually have to go inside the building if the city’s new arts policy is approved next week.
A former Kwanlin Dun First Nation councillor wants back into politics. Ray Webb is one of five people running for chief in the First Nation’s election this month.
After decades in Whitehorse, the Salvation Army thrift store is shutting its doors for good. Its last day will be April 12, the organization announced March 1.
Premier and Finance Minister Sandy Silver will have to issue a new special spending warrant ahead of his government’s first full legislative sitting, set for April 20.