Amy Kenny

A tale from the trail: The Arctic Ultra marathon distance

Writer Amy Kenny completed the race with guts, scotch and possibly an emergency McMuffin

Walk and talk

A former nurse offers conversation, companionship and motivation

Work halted on Dawson City’s ice bridge

Two workers were uninjured when a snowcat fell through the ice

Dog rescue ordered off territorial land by March 1

A Yukon Supreme Court justice ordered Shelley Cuthbert to vacate the land near Tarfu Lake

City staff say they’ve learned from Whitehorse’s pumphouse problems

The price tag rises for pumphouse upgrades

Ready, set, robot

Whitehorse Lego League team heading to championships

The Friends of McIntyre Creek community group wants a new park

Friends of McIntyre Creek asked Whitehorse City Council on Jan. 21 to…

Updated: Many Rivers workers set to go back to work

Union members voted to ratify a new agreement Jan. 22

Climate change training teaches youth

A four-day workshop takes place in Whitehorse this month

New tiny homes in Whitehorse are ready to go

The ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Steve Cardiff Community happened on Friday

Opposition calls for government intervention in the Many Rivers strike

Liberals say the government has no jurisdiction to intervene in the labour dispute

Yukon communities receive funding for FireSmart projects

Yukon communities receive funding for FireSmart projects

Literary bar crawl gives new meaning to the term “run-on sentence”

Four local writers are reading at four downtown bars as part of the Pivot Festival

Whitehorse tries again to upgrade the McIntyre Creek pumphouse

Council is considering sole-sourcing the pumphouse contract

Whitehorse is looking for $400,000 worth of art

Building the new operations building means the city has cash to spend on public art

10 Yukoners receive advanced artist awards

The money went out to writers, musicians and visual artists

So long solo shifts: group home workers to no longer work alone

According to the union, the decision was made by the Yukon’s public services commissioner

December was a busy month for the Whitehorse Food Bank

“People get pretty turkeyed out, but that’s ok”

‘A mental vitamin’: Many Rivers client reflects on the impact of the ongoing strike

“It’s just kind of like getting vitamins and you’re feeling stronger”