Amy Kenny

Competition topples Tippy Mah’s Whitehorse condo plans

Work suspended on 44-unit project after pre-sales fall short

One-day event focuses on Yukon housing woes

Territory suffers from low vacancy rate, aging rental stock

City mulls replacing Handy Bus with taxi vouchers

‘Whitehorse Transit must take steps to provide a sustainable solution’

New routes top priority for Whitehorse transit plan

Full Sunday service still off the table, though plan proposes pilot project

Whitehorse council backs off anti-bullying bylaw

Critics worry the bill could curb free speech and promote racial profiling

Neighbours slam proposed Copper Ridge townhouses

Property values, parking cited as cause for concern

Adoptive parents share stories at Yukon child welfare conference

‘This doesn’t define who we are, just how we got here’

Claims, costs increase for Yukon workers’ compensation system

Board says it still has more money than it needs to cover liabilities

Whitehorse firm Solvest hopes to grow business with hydroponic farms

‘When you take produce 2,000 km up the highway, you lose some nutrition’

Whitehorse council OKs limited proxy voting

Voters will be permitted to assign someone to vote for them during this fall’s municipal election

Hope and new ideas at Council of Yukon First Nations child welfare meeting

‘It’s not been huge changes, but there’s little changes and that’s really important’

Hillcrest group seeks Alaska Highway crossing for cyclists

‘It’s something the association has heard a lot about’

Proxy voting is best barrier-free option, Whitehorse woman says

Bali Epoch urges city council to reconsider phasing out proxy ballots for fall vote

Council suggests height restrictions on possible zoning change

If council re-zones a Porter Creek lot, is it possible to enforce…

Whitehorse eyes better bike lanes

More cycling infrastructure will create more cyclists, says city

Whitehorse developer demands Whistle Bend zoning change

City administration is strongly opposed to a zoning amendment for a lot…

Whitehorse to require taxi training if council passes bylaw change

Proposal comes after women’s groups raise safety concerns

Whitehorse politicians ponder proxy polling

‘Why do we care? Why is this a big deal?’

Dawson City festival has all the fun that’s fit to print

Seventh annual print festival kicks off May 30

Yukon’s sex trade hidden, but it exists, researcher says

Three-year research project wraps up this fall