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Outside of Whitehorse, Yukon communities grapple with bear boom

‘Officers have been going for two months straight with nothing but bear conflicts’

  • Aug 7th, 2017

Unsteady ground closes part of Dawson City’s recreation centre

Parts of the Art and Margaret Fry Recreation Centre are closed until at least mid September

Wyatt’s World

  • Aug 4th, 2017
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        Man facing charges after road rage incident in North Vancouver

           

          School to start on schedule for kids in Ross River

          Public works minister says school is structurally sound despite sitting on melting permafrost

          Whitehorse pares down infill proposal, eyes next stage

          ‘You really can’t do much of anything on bedrock’

          Swept away by the river, Yukon couple rescued by RCMP at Haines Junction say they’re ‘very lucky’

          Reinhard and Christin Bruengger were stranded at their cabin after the Jarvis River rose too high

          ‘No question’ about need for more affordable housing: YAPC

          Rental vacancy rate drops to under two per cent in Whitehorse

          Yukon government signs on to new Canadian agriculture agreement

          Community Agriculture Program, will bring in up to $4 million over five years, Pillai says

          Yukon government gauges interest in Alaska fibre optic loop

          South Klondike line seen as alternative to Northwestel-owned Dempster route

          Whitehorse mural honours Wendy and Angel Carlick

          ‘A lot of people are very saddened by this, so I think … it gives them a sense of closure’

          • Aug 3rd, 2017

          Researchers to study climate change impacts on Mayo, Aishihik rivers

          ‘Climate change is already impacting Yukon rivers and lakes in ways we don’t fully understand’

          • Aug 3rd, 2017

          Sale of Kotaneelee wells by Apache should not affect abandonment

          New owners Paramount Resources responsible for three of four wells

          Whitehorse parking meter tickets brought in $1.4M since 2014

          The city issued more than 62,000 parking meter tickets over the past three and a half years

          Dawson’s McDonald Lodge could be saved from destruction

          Mostyn says he wants to do his own research on possible uses for former seniors home

          Unhappy trails: Decision to scrap Whitehorse greenways committee surprises some councillors

          ‘It is not that the comittee failed the council, it’s that the council failed the comittee’

          It’s a zoo: Animal issues make up most Whitehorse bylaw complaints

          ‘We’re not out there looking for it just because we don’t have the capacity to do that’

          Tipping fees cover trash costs, City of Whitehorse says

          ‘The more waste you produce, the more waste you have to pay for’

          • Aug 1st, 2017

          Facing Whitehorse’s red-hot housing market, Stratford Motel residents wonder where to go

          ‘I don’t want to wind up on the street, especially now with my age and my health. I won’t last a year’