Lori Garrison

Nearly a dozen of the Faro properties put up for sale last month already snapped up

Eleven of 37 properties have already been sold to Yukoners and buyers from Outside

Company proposes new method for mining at Yukon’s Burwash Creek

If it’s approved, the technique for finding gold could be used in the Yukon for the first time

Whitehorse pares down infill proposal, eyes next stage

‘You really can’t do much of anything on bedrock’

‘No question’ about need for more affordable housing: YAPC

Rental vacancy rate drops to under two per cent in Whitehorse

Yukon government signs on to new Canadian agriculture agreement

Community Agriculture Program, will bring in up to $4 million over five years, Pillai says

Invasive species a threat to Yukon environment and economy

‘I worry about zebra mussels, to be honest’

Sale of Kotaneelee wells by Apache should not affect abandonment

New owners Paramount Resources responsible for three of four wells

After five years, Dawson City’s League of Lady Wrestlers to storm the ring one last time

‘It’s going to be a lot of emotion and a lot of energy. It’s a big work of beauty.’

Unhappy trails: Decision to scrap Whitehorse greenways committee surprises some councillors

‘It is not that the comittee failed the council, it’s that the council failed the comittee’

In Haines, the salmon are biting

I don’t come to Haines for bears. I come for fish

Not a chance name change will affect $2.2 billion lawsuit against YG, company formerly known as Northern Cross says

Now named Chance Oil and Gas Limited, company plans focus on frack-free projects

Invaders: Many common ‘wildflowers’ are invasive species in the Yukon

Ox-eye daisies, sweet clover and hawkbeard are among the most common invaders

Whitehorse city council mulls tighter criminal record checks for some business owners

Taxi companies, pawn shops would face more scrutiny under new rules

Whitehorse residents like living here, survey finds

Trail system gets thumbs up, economy, transit system could use improvement, respondents say

Explainer: How does the Marwell lift station work?

In line for millions in repairs, station handles 80 per cent of Whitehorse’s sewage

Yukon sees 40 bears killed so far this year

‘Most of these bear deaths can be prevented’

The life and times (and bag limits) of Yukon’s lake trout

‘They’re something as spectactular as a grizzly’

Whitehorse waste bins a ‘smorgasbord’ for bears, conservation officials say

Bear killed in Copper Ridge had gotten used to easy meals from compost containers

It happens: Whitehorse sewage repair costs balloon

Budgeted at $880,000 in 2016, Marwell lift station project could cost $3.5M

Whitehorse council to vote on $18.8 million loan for new operations building

City staff says some funds could be used to pay off higher-interest debt