Year: 2007

Yukon armed for cyber war
Whether they know it or not, Yukoners are engaged in a cyber war. Our computers, along with internet users in the NWT, Nunavut and northern BC are…

Matthew Grant / December 6, 2007

Young inspires the old with new songs
It’s hard not to be impressed when rock legend Neil Young raises a jar of clear liquid before the thousands of fans at one of his concerts and,…

Juliann Fraser / December 6, 2007

As channel 4441 falls silent…
Leaving me behind as a lone bushwoman for a couple of months, Sam disappears in a swirl of snow and engine noise for contract work in town.

Lisa Hasselbring / December 6, 2007

Jail bursting at the seams
On Saturday, there were 85 inmates at the Whitehorse Correctional Centre. An extra corrections officer was put on shift.

Genesee Keevil / December 6, 2007

Letter to the Editor
AFY clarifies interest in education initiative French first language education is part and parcel of Yukon Francophone School Board terms of…

Yukon News / December 4, 2007

Gold Nuggets claimed on ice
Eight of the territory’s top young figure skaters added a major event to their season schedule this weekend — by qualifying for the 2008…

Ian Stewart / December 4, 2007

Titan, Assante take Toonie Tournament gold
News Reporter Indoor Soccer Titan Gaming beat its rivals from the Mosi Oa Tunya Montessori squad to claim top spot at this weekend’s indoor…

Ian Stewart / December 4, 2007

Mt. Mac Ski Report
By the Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club Cold weather skiing on marginal snow is not a great combination.

Yukon News / December 4, 2007

what yukon hotel lobby
This is a Yukon hotel lobby of the past. Where was this hotel located, in what city or town? And what time period was this photograph taken? Also,…

Jim Robb / December 4, 2007

The city goes back to court over batch plant
Whitehorse is being taken to court over its decision to allow a batch plant near McLean Lake. A city bylaw, passed on November 13th, is invalid,…

Chris Oke / December 4, 2007

Watching whales, dolphins and penguins
MONTAGUE ISLAND, Australia ‘Oh, there’s a lot more to see than just whales” the tall, smiling man behind the counter explained…

Catherine Miller / December 4, 2007

Letter to the Editor
Road to ruination Open letter to Archie Lang, Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources: We are opposed to the Wernecke Winter Road project in the…

Yukon News / December 1, 2007

welcome outsider
I have a walk-on role in a sitcom every morning just outside my apartment as I stroll past an upscale hotel with a taxi stand.

Tim Querengesser / December 1, 2007

Yukon polar bears left out in the cold
Polar bears and other members of the animal kingdom aren’t protected in the Yukon, says a member of the David Suzuki Foundation.

Matthew Grant / December 1, 2007

Yukon swimmers make a splash in Toronto
Whitehorse Glacier Bears’ swimmers Bronwyn Pasloski and Alexandra Gabor made some waves at the Bell Grand Prix swim meet in Toronto last…

Ian Stewart / December 1, 2007

Audit blasts shoddy funding controls
The Yukon government fails to track the money it doles out to individuals and organizations, according to a highly critical internal audit.

Yukon News / December 1, 2007