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More money needed for Whistle Bend Phase 8 planning, Whitehorse staff say

‘There’s a mix of development planning and recreation planning going on’

Yukon government emits new radon rules

‘There could potentially be some additional cost for some operators’

Santa Claus to skip Whitehorse this year unless funding found

’We’re a not-for-profit. If we don’t have the money for an event we don’t put it on’

Yukon First Nations leader Mike Smith dies at 71

‘He was just a kind and gentle individual and he didn’t want anybody to want for anything’

Man dead after SUV and tractor trailer crash on Alaska Highway near Rancheria

‘Panic at the restaurant’ after highway shut down overnight for investigation

Yukon government hears more complaints about proposed airport act

‘I don’t know why you wouldn’t avail yourself of extra time to get feedback’

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          Whitehorse lawyer offers snarky reply to Crown request to adjourn appeal hearing

          ‘Perhaps PPSC Yukon could stop prosecuting bail breaches at a rate 415,000.00% higher than in Quebec’

          Yukon government silent on scope of sex abuse settlements

          Justice department refuses to answer questions

          Water study for Whitehorse infill lots technically sound, consultant says

          ‘This study is based on a lot of good information’

          Conservation officers probe waste of moose meat near Dawson City

          Seven to nine kilos of fresh meat found with part of game bag still attached

          Tagish dog rescue owner to be limited to keeping two dogs

          A judge has ordered an injuction on the number of dogs Shelley Cuthbert can keep on her property

          Body of missing Haines Junction man found

          Officials don’t suspect foul play in death of Darrell Richard Brown

          Drugs at 4 months. Sexual abuse as a child. And a lifetime of dealing with the pain

          ‘It wasn’t an upbringing. It was an existence he had’

          • Oct 14th, 2017

          The Yukon government is quietly settling lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by a former school principal

          ‘It’s something that you carry inside you for a long time. It doesn’t go away’

          • Oct 14th, 2017

          YG says it will consider upgrading to Alberta standards for capping abandoned gas wells

          YESAB recommended a standard that’s technically against Yukon law

          Airlines raise concerns about the Yukon’s proposed airports bill

          ‘It doesn’t appear it’s as harmless as we were led to believe’

          Whitehorse man facing eviction after social assistance didn’t fully cover rent

          Ted Shepherd, 59, says landlord won’t relent over $160 shortfall

          Yukon Liberals table supplementary budget

          Projected surplus continues to shrink from $6.5M to $3.1M