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Adding a bicycle lane to the Robert Campbell Bridge could increase safety for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists alike. It will also cost the city $1.7 million.
The legacy of the blonde grizzly shot along the Tagish Road in May lives on. The female grizzly was shot legally, but its death has spurred a conversation about the ethics of the territory's laws that allow roadside hunting.
An adjunct professor at the University of Northern British Columbia is running for chief of Kluane First Nation. Alyce Johnson is one of three candidates vying for the top spot in the Burwash Landing-based First Nation.
Leon Nepper escaped his home at 1045 Tagish Estates Rd. with little more than the clothes on his back: an old, green work jacket, a black long-sleeved shirt, jeans and a felt hat.
Despite the recent closure of the water treatment plant at the Tulsequah Chief mine site, Chieftain Metals president and CEO Victor Wyprysky remains confident the project is viable.
Directing Craig Lucas's Prelude to a Kiss taught Clinton Walker to "not be such a jerk" when it comes to his views on romance. Playing the lead female role made Charlotte Courage realize her many feminine mannerisms.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his wife Laureen rode ATVs through the Carcross Desert on Tuesday - straight into a media frenzy.
After spring break, students at F.H. Collins Secondary School will lose more than a place to play sports, says the Liberals' Sandy Silver. For some at-risk students, a gym also serves as a "refuge," he said.
Garry Umbrich hopes to transform the Takhini Hot Springs from its current incarnation as a concrete recreational pool into a more natural-looking setting. The president of Takhini Hot Springs Ltd.
WildPlay park returns for second season Mt. Sima will be open this summer. This week, the Great Northern Ski Society announced it has reached a deal with WildPlay to have the British Columbia-based company run the summer adventure park at the ski hill.
Today's children swim in a culture of mean, said Barbara Coloroso, a Colorado-based parenting and teaching expert. The Internet and digital technologies allow bullying to happen all the time.
The city could be changing the name of First Avenue. A bylaw to change First Avenue's name to Front Street passed first and second reading unanimously on Monday night. Coun.
Jennifer Massie plans trips around one thing: toilets. "I have an entire toilet GPS of all of Whitehorse programmed into my brain," she said.
A 10-year-old boy is in a Vancouver hospital with non-life threatening injuries after being shot over the weekend. On Oct. 7, a group of people at a home in the Annie Lake Road area were preparing to go hunting.
The Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club has pleaded guilty to charges under the territory's Lands Act and Forest Resources Act.
A 28-year-old Whitehorse woman has been charged with impaired driving after a weekend collision. A pickup and SUV collided Saturday afternoon at Ray Street and Second Avenue.
Whitehorse clamps down on subdividing rural lots Owners of country-residential lots in Whitehorse face new restrictions on subdividing their property.
Copper Ridge residents like cellphones. They just don't want a cellphone tower in their neighbourhood. "Is this something that you would want in your backyard?" resident Tracey Twa asked city council Monday night.
The Liberals' Sandy Silver wants to know who is paying for the planned expansion of the Whitehorse General Hospital. The Yukon Hospital Corporation has a habit of borrowing money, he said.
The City of Whitehorse passed a new traffic bylaw on July 22. Council approved it unanimously, but not without some debate.