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Whitehorse city hall roundup

Council sets meeting date for Alexander Street improvement charge, punts pay hike

Yukon government and First Nations outline future plans

The new action plan outlines timelines for discussions on common issues

Two-car collision shuts down Klondike Highway Sept. 29

Vehicle occupants taken to hospital with minor injuries

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        Burwash Landing man cleared in axe attack trial

        A jury found Douglas Twiss not guilty of assault with a weapon and uttering threats but guilty of mischief

        Whitehorse RCMP gets new detachment commander

        Police seeking more funding from YG, won’t say how much

        Yukon RCMP make arrest in connection with Carmacks man’s killing

        27-year-old Tyler Aaron Skookum of Carmacks arrested in Whitehorse

        ‘Love triangle’ led to alleged axe attack, Whitehorse jury hears

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        Landmark Cinemas sold to Belgian company

        No word on future of Whitehorse’s two theatres

        Construction company, president found not guilty of environment charges

        ‘Unfair’ to prosecute company for failing to dig soil samples during winter, judge rules

        Gone to potholes: Whitehorse proposes local improvement charge to help fund Alexander St. repairs

        Under proposal, local property owners would cover $475k of $3.2M project

        Whitehorse council considers next step in infill process

        Rezoning would be required for seven of 10 potential infill areas

        Whistle Bend’s Phase 5 standing by

        20-hectare development will have enough lots for 575 units

        ‘Might not be enough time’ to review federal tax changes, Yukon premier says

        ‘Seventy-five days for a review, that might not be enough time’

        Schedule change means Porter Creek students can’t catch city bus

        New school hours make it difficult for students to get to downtown jobs

        Whitehorse park wiped down after kids show signs of bear spray exposure

        Lazulite Park in Copper Ridge is now safe to use, city says

        Tagish, Yukon, dog rescue trial comes to emotional end

        Lawyer Graham Lang and rescue owner Shelley Cuthbert gave their closing submissions Sept. 22.

        Owner of Tagish dog rescue testifies in her own defence

        ‘Nothing’s fancy at my place, but it’s practical’