Amy Kenny

Discovery Days kick off in Dawson City

‘It’s such an underutilized space. Probably because it’s technically a highway’

Whitehorse resident Steve Roddick announces bid for council

Housing, consultation top list of priorities

Girls just wanna have fun — and also rock

Whitehorse Girls Rock Camp hosts Saturday showcase

Many Rivers staff vote to strike

18 counsellors and support staff have been without a contract for over a year

Whitehorse council talks hotel height increase

Proposal to build a taller hotel passes first reading

Yukoners rally to support Telegraph Creek residents displaced by fire

‘It’s definitely a sacred place for our family’

Whitehorse lawyer launches campaign for city council

‘People care about this place. They’re fired up. They have good ideas’

Dawson City artist pushes boundaries of jewellery with new show

‘This is definitely what I want to do so I’m going to keep doing it’

Cost, workload top Yukon mayors’ concerns about ATIPP

YG says draft bill won’t force cities and towns to follow access rules, despite commissioner’s urging

Phase 6 up next for Whistle Bend if Whitehorse council approves

Zoning for phase six of Whistle Bend will go to second and…

Whitehorse waterfront hotel project seeks height limit increase

‘Now we approach Whitehorse’s crown jewel, the waterfront’

Whitehorse produce manager kept things fresh for almost 50 years

Bryon Marks started at Your Independent Grocer when he was 14. Now he finally gets to sleep in a bit

Whitehorse affordable housing project gets $1M grant from city

‘I wouldn’t be where I am today without Challenge’

Yukon privacy commissioner worried about city drone proposal

‘Now’s the time for us to be aware of this. Not when it’s too late’

Whitehorse council shoots down Whistle Bend zoning amendment

Developer sought change to allow townhouses instead of apartments

Whitehorse council tweaks cannabis bylaws

If you were worried the city wouldn’t take a ‘proactive approach’ to regulating pot, you can relax

Whitehorse open mic night organizer earns arts award

‘Whitewater Wednesdays is one of those institutions that makes living up here worth it’

Whitehorse investors plan to open boutique hotel downtown

19 of 57 rooms will be available for purchase

Parks and recreation good, Whitehorse residents say

Survey results find people want more trails, sports and arts facilities