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In Whitehorse, businesses don’t compost. Not restaurants, not cafes, not hotels and not supermarkets.
For the dogs trying to strut their stuff at the Mae Bachur Animal Shelter, the last few years have been tough.
People going to the Lake Laberge Lions Yukon Trade Show can again gorge on carnival-style goodies. After getting the boot last year, due to an…
Yukon parents and their children have the right to know which Yukon companies are safe to work for and which aren’t.
Every two months, the Salvation Army trucks about 13,600 kilos of clothing and other donated textiles out of Whitehorse.
Asking students in wheelchairs to put their human rights on hold until the next fiscal year is ludicrous, say opposition critics.
Digging up oil tanks from the backyards of former army houses is expensive business. Especially if you were told they were empty and weren’t a…
Nothing says lovin’ like earth greens and raw chicken. In recent efforts to lengthen lives and tighten waistlines, raw chicken, cow, lamb,…
akhini North residents are responsible for plumbing costs on their properties, says the lawyer who sold them the houses.
The city could soon be billing for another utility — bus service. At the city charrette on sustainability last week, the idea of sending…
In an effort to keep our homes warm in an environmentally sensitive way, Whitehorse has become the first Canadian city to map the earth’s heat.
Before offering opinions on the Trade Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement, Doug Graham should hit the books, says Yukon Federation of Labour…
There’s a day care in town that takes great pains to ensure those under its watch are socialized properly, get a nap and don’t piddle on…
Wheelchair-bound youth at FH Collins will have to deal with being physically carried up and down steps until the next fiscal year.
Members of the Yukon’s labour movement are spouting off against an inter-provincial trade deal without doing their homework, says a municipal…
Nothing says fall like a 200-pound pumpkin … unless of course it’s two 200-pound pumpkins.
Kim Watkins has vowed never to report thuggery, or any other crime, to police ever again. Civic duty simply costs too much, she said.
In a neighbourhood that has proven dangerous for the likes of concrete bunnies and garden gnomes, a Whitehorse woman is building monuments that will…
Education Minister Patrick Rouble is sitting on a report that recommends massive changes to the territory’s education system, say opposition…
Hundreds of aboriginal Canadians who suffered through the federal government’s residential school program will gather in Whitehorse this week,…