Matthew Grant

Residents may flush their support of city

Tying replacement costs of ancient plumbing lines to new housing-lot construction is unacceptable, say Takhini North residents.

Takhini North set to balloon in size, residents wary

Takhini North residents have had enough. After participating in a six-month planning process that could see lot development in the subdivision grow…

Monopoly’s cable game irks TV lovers

Northwestel’s new stranglehold on cable TV service is forcing families to make some tough entertainment choices, says a Whitehorse couple.

Yukon polluter teams up with China

A mining executive who left an environmental mess at Canadian taxpayers’ feet near Carmacks is teaming up with the Chinese government to…

Residents and city lock horns on army plumbing

Sticking 82 households with thousands of dollars in plumbing bills may not be the best way for the city to avoid a class-action lawsuit, say Takhini…

Tuning the Yukon, one key at a time

If you own a piano, here’s some bad news for you: It’s probably out of tune. Most pianos are. Don’t feel bad.

Fentie is hunting for caribou conservation

One week after announcing his government won’t enforce the rules that protect the Porcupine caribou herd, Premier Dennis Fentie said he’s…

Leaders shoot the breeze on conservation

Hunters are still free to blast caribou from the side of the Dempster Highway while Premier Dennis Fentie and First Nations chiefs work on a…

Drug Dog in, High School Student Out

A drug-sniffing dog will be on guard at Porter Creek Secondary School tomorrow morning. An injunction being sought by a Porter Creek student to…

Justice officials shore up nasty workplace

Three years after female guards reported sexual harassment by male colleagues and inmates at the Whitehorse Correctional Facility, Justice officials…

Justice officials shore up nasty workplace

Three years after female guards reported sexual harassment by male colleagues and inmates at the Whitehorse Correctional Facility, Justice officials…

De facto US tariff hurts Yukon distributors

A local company moving king crab and frozen french fries into Alaska has hit the radar of American bioterrorism watchdogs.

First Nation challenge opens road to hunters

A new kind of road kill in the territory troubles Yukon Conservation Society spokesperson Lewis Rifkind.

Yukon jailors harass female colleagues

Female employees at the Whitehorse Correctional Centre are being harassed by both inmates and facility supervisors, according to a three-year-old…