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Yukon sees 40 bears killed so far this year

‘Most of these bear deaths can be prevented’

Contaminated soil at F.H. Collins now tops 900 cubic metres

Environment Yukon says it will be another week or two before work is done

Blood Ties Four Directions holds BBQ for hep C awareness

Baby boomers, people who share needles most at risk of contracting disease

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Whitehorse residents like living here, survey finds

Trail system gets thumbs up, economy, transit system could use improvement, respondents say

Whitehorse city council mulls tighter criminal record checks for some business owners

Taxi companies, pawn shops would face more scrutiny under new rules

Researchers asking Yukoners for input on food policy

‘As Northerners we’re defining our own needs’

  • Jul 26th, 2017

Explainer: How does the Marwell lift station work?

In line for millions in repairs, station handles 80 per cent of Whitehorse’s sewage

Low traffic: Yukon Rideshare sees limited use since 2016 launch

‘Nobody knows about it, nobody uses it’

  • Jul 21st, 2017

Yukon Muslim Society plans Whitehorse mosque

‘It gives the opportunity for people to move here, but not only move here but stay here’

  • Jul 21st, 2017

Don’t get too excited about chinook salmon numbers yet, officials warn

‘I am cautiously optimistic, but again, emphasis on the caution’

Yukon sending money, firefighting equipment to wildfire-stricken British Columbia

Yukon government will donate $25k, while Whitehorse is mulling its own contribution

  • Jul 19th, 2017

‘Unfortunate’ some Indigenous leaders boycotted CoF meeting, Silver says

First Nations, Metis and Inuit groups want seat a premiers’ meeting

  • Jul 19th, 2017

It happens: Whitehorse sewage repair costs balloon

Budgeted at $880,000 in 2016, Marwell lift station project could cost $3.5M

Whooping cough cases continue to rise in the Yukon

‘It does not yet appear to have peaked’

  • Jul 17th, 2017

The beginner’s guide to city hall

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

Whitehorse summer more rainy than average

Environment Canada records rainy June and July

  • Jul 17th, 2017

Whitehorse waste bins a ‘smorgasbord’ for bears, conservation officials say

Bear killed in Copper Ridge had gotten used to easy meals from compost containers