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Whitehorse’s seniors’ centre, the Golden Age Society, has received $18,000 from the federal government’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.
The City of Whitehorse is getting two new buses. At its meeting Feb. 27, council approved the purchase of two new buses to be delivered sometime in 2018.
Updated: West Dawson residents are going to have to travel even farther if they want to make it into town following a collapse in the ice Feb. 25.
Air North has agreed to a string of conditions to avoid a possible conviction under the Fisheries Act after 1,100 litres of diesel was spilled in Old Crow more than two years ago.
Before he became premier, Sandy Silver referred to Dawson’s wastewater treatment facility as the WTF. The reference to a curse word is one way someone might describe the plant that, years after being built, still doesn’t work quite right, according to the government. Now the territory is prepared to take its builder — Corix Water Systems — to court.
The Yukon government says it has no plans to remove a former Liberal candidate from a territorial property assessment board while she faces charges related to her election campaign.
Dawson City is hoping to do more work on the old CIBC building to help preserve the historic site.
Two familiar acts from the Yukon arts and culture scene have come together to fuse Tlingit songs and electronic dance music into a one-of-a-kind multimedia show.
Updated: A problem with the biggest hydro turbine at the Whitehorse dam knocked out power to most of the territory for a few hours on Feb. 18.
The Council of Yukon First Nations has filled two empty spots on the territory’s water board.
The agenda and detailed information packages that go along with Whitehorse City Council meetings will continue to be available to the public on Friday afternoons.
The RCMP have charged a former Liberal candidate in the 2016 territorial election with violating the Yukon Elections Act.
Whitehorse’s airport is getting a facelift.
When Dawson City artist Jackie Olson starts a new piece of work her first step is to cover the entire canvas in yellow paint.
Record-breaking warm temperatures had some people in Whitehorse basking in the sun over the last few days.
A Whistle Bend condo corporation is asking city council to refund more than $18,000 in water bills after its water meter was broken for 14 months.
The Kwanlin Dun First Nation and Yukon government have officially signed off on changes moving the First Nation one step closer to being able to register settlement land without losing aboriginal title.
Filmmaker Linda Ohama was at home in Canada in 2011 when news broke of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident that devastated the coastal Tohoku region of Japan.
London Fashion Week is considered one of the “big four” fashion events in the world. Along with weeks in Paris, Milan and New York City, it’s a chance for fashionistas of every stripe to strut their stuff and for top designers to have their creations seen by an international audience.
Updated: Watson Lake’s approximately 20 municipal employees are prepared to go on strike after failing to negotiate a new contract with the town.