Amy Kenny

Former premier Tony Penikett talks northern character

Penikett was in town to promote his latest book

New program seeks to keep seniors in their homes

A 10-bed “reablement” unit has opened at the Thomson Centre

Many Rivers staff are still on strike after 50 days

Counsellors say management is being unreasonable. Management has not spoken publicly.

Yukon Yuletide: Light up an animal’s life

Raven Recycling is donating proceeds from old lights to the humane society

City of Whitehorse capital budget passes

The capital budget got a second and third reading this week

Whitehorse operating budget proposes a property tax hike of 2.3 per cent.

If approved, the property tax increase will cost the average homeowner another $69

Food for Fines in need of more canned goods

Cash and canned donations accepted for parking fines until Dec. 12

City of Whitehorse begins planning for 2040

The city has launched a survey to find out about Yukoners’ priorities

Yukon government looks for feedback on condo regulations

Feedback will be accepted from now until Jan. 25

Rob Dickson’s new record focuses on growth

“I felt the need to talk about things like privilege and about our experiences growing up and how stuff changes as we grow”

The beat goes on, just under a different name

Safe ride home program to continue, says operator

Cab classes continue to be offered, free of charge, through January

Roughly 30 drivers have taken mandatory training

Raising the bar on chocolate

Yukon Chocolate Company set to open its doors

Yukoners share their thoughts on Whitehorse’s capital budget

Concerns include wildlife and wildfire preparedness

City of Whitehorse distances itself from ‘Magic Cool Bus’

The city says it in no way endorses the safe ride service

Grizzly Valley resident upset about the community’s bus service

“It’s not really designed with a good sidewalk or anything so parents are understandably concerned”

An out-of-this-world project

Yukon College plans the mission for its mini satellite

The name might be Stirling but he’s going for gold

Whitehorse’s Bob Stirling named prospector of the year

Yukon to test emergency alert system Wednesday afternoon

The test will send alerts to compatible cell phones and interrupt TV and radio broadcasts

An anonymous donor steps in to save Rendezvous’ fireworks

The anonymous donor will cover what’s remaining of a GoFundMe campaign