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Accident on Two Mile Hill creates jam Gridlock traffic greeted many Whitehorse residents on their drive home from work Thursday afternoon.
Council voted against a 25-unit condominium for seniors on Monday night. The owners of three lots on the corner of Dogwood Street and Wann Road in…
Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation is experiencing déjà vu. Even while the First Nation fought a landmark court case against an…
Don Ellis is what doctors call noncompliant. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder over four years ago, the Whitehorse man has refused to take the…
A young boy, barely tall enough to see over the counter, pushes some change through the window of the stand. He's not buying a coke, potato chips or a hotdog. He's come for his daily onigiri.
The Dawson Regional Planning Commission released its first report on Tuesday. The Interests and Issues Report is a preliminary record of the feedback it has received from governments and stakeholders so far.
Two officers were attacked while making an arrest at Jake’s Corner on Thursday afternoon. Whitehorse RCMP received two complaints of a man…
Imagine for a second what it must be like to live in extreme poverty. You likely have inadequate housing and find it hard to get a good night sleep. As a result you're a little slow - a little out of it.
Council has deferred a decision on its Controlled Substance Properties Bylaw. On Monday, some councillors challenged the bylaw, which would allow…
The average workers' compensation assessment rates will decrease by 15.6 per cent next year. The announcement last week received "a big thumbs-up" from both chambers of commerce.
The cost of roadwork to accommodate the new Whitehorse Copper subdivision has increased more than 300 per cent. Upgrading the intersection at Mt.
City council rejected a First Nations Arts Festival’s request for a closure of First Avenue on Monday night.
Costumer service was never lacking at Rose Music shop. There wasn’t much in the way of Top 40s though; the focus was on the finer things in…
Environment Canada is muzzling government scientists. On January 31, the National Post reported the department had ordered scientists to refer all…
Liesel Briggs held on tight as the scooter she was riding swung off the monsoon-drenched road and into the ditch. A truck had pulled out to pass another vehicle and had run Briggs and her friend off the road.
After four years of boil-water advisories and E. coli scares, Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation is getting some help from an unlikely source.
Retired empty-nesters aren't the only ones downsizing their homes these days. Just ask Laird Herbert. He's building a house for himself that's only slightly bigger than a garden shed.
Don’t bother calling Northwestel to report problems with your internet, you’ll only hear a recording.
On Thursday, RCMP charged a man who barricaded himself inside a McIntyre apartment block. RCMP received a report of an assault in the McIntyre…
A woman was sexually assaulted when a man broke into her Ibex Valley home early Tuesday morning. The 51-year-old woman was alone at the residence.