Lori Garrison

The beginner’s guide to city hall

Got a beef with city hall? Unsure where to start? Here are the basics

YESAB approves Kotaneelee cleanup

Capping YG-owned well will cost $2.4 million

YESAB says Goldcorp failed to consult First Nations, halts Coffee mine assessment

‘They just came in and completely failed to read the local landscape,’ evironmentalist says

A hot day in Chicken, Alaska

Scenes from Chickenstock

Carcross man says CTFN demolished building he owned as part of residential school cleanup

‘Three-thousand dollars wouldn’t even build a lean-to for my car to stand under’

Angling for one of Yukon’s overlooked fishing gems

Fish and game association educates kids on the upside of the overlooked whitefish

Hopes grow for return of dental services to Dawson City

Klondike has been without a dentist since February

First we eat: Dawson woman to subsist on local food only for a year

Eggs, meat, fish, berries: Yes. Chocolate and coffee? No.

Yukon board recommends go-ahead for Haeckel Hill wind energy project

Up to four turbines could produce 3.6 MW

Federal Court dismisses Northern Cross claims against YESAB

Company argued review board was out of line giving Eagle Plains project extra scrutiny

Whitehorse city council signs off on Chadburn Lake management plan

Councillors approved the wide-ranging plan despite concerns it will constrict future development.

New whooping cough cases prompt Yukon health officials to call for vaccinations

Infectious disease is especially dangerous for infants

Dawson City’s Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in teaching farm grows up and out

Staff hope to eventually grow produce year round

Council mulls Wheeler Street tender

City staff are recommending P.S. Sidhu Trucking Limited, which presented the lowest bid.

‘A palette of gestures’: Capturing Dawson City’s rivers through sound and dance

Using a hydrophone, Susan Wolf will make recordings of the music of the Yukon and Klondike rivers.

B.C. wildlife official goes hog wild over imaginary wild hogs

Hunters in the market for free bacon are out of luck. There…

B.C. wildlife official goes hog wild over imaginary wild hogs

Hunters in the market for free bacon are out of luck.

Infill proposal ‘misleading to the people,’ Whitehorse resident claims

People in country residential areas say the city should greenspace in their neighbourhoods

Around seven bears killed so far this year, Environment Yukon says

A series of high-profile bear conflicts the week of June 10 has Environment Yukon urging the public to be careful, carry bear spray on outings, and properly manage garbage and livestock.