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UPDATED: B.C. man dead after shooting near Alaska Highway

Police still routing traffic around scene in Porter Creek

Whitehorse council pay bylaw on hold

‘In general, I have no issue with these changes’

  • Sep 21st, 2017
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      Yukon Teachers Association claims ‘victory’ on temp teachers case

      ‘Obviously, this has been a problem before, or the act wouldn’t exist’

      KDFN begins clearing decrepit cars off Old Village land

      First Nation filed suit against man living on site

      Dawson’s recreation centre set to re-open

      Building doesn’t meet new earthquake standards but is otherwise stable, report says

      Yukon’s justice minister to order inspection of WCC following Nehass case

      ‘This case has raised a lot of questions that need to be addressed’

      Cleanup of contaminated soil under old F.H. Collins wraps up

      Government estimates workers dug up 3,800 cubic metres of dirty soil

      Wyatt’s World

      • Sep 15th, 2017

      Silver silent on finance panel recommendation

      Slash spending, upper management to save money, KPMA, union say

      City nearly $550,000 under budget due to staff vacancies

      High-ranking positions take up to a year to fill, finance manager says

      Yukon COs respond to five more bear calls

      58 bears have been euthanized this season

      Whitehorse mulls approving new country residential subdivision

      ‘As we’ve see in the market, country residential lots are going for between $200,000 to $250,000’

      Wyatt’s World

      • Sep 13th, 2017

      Financial advisory panel pitches sales tax to help balance Yukon budget

      Economists’ favoured method panned by Yukon Party, NDP critics

      Michael Nehass bound for psychiatric hospital in B.C.

      ‘It’s proper mental health care for Mr. Nehass that’s needed, not the criminalization of mental illness’

      Whitehorse city council formally axes trails committee

      ‘It made the most sense to end it right now’