Amy Kenny

Whitehorse campground closure called “bittersweet”

The Robert Service Campground is set to re-open May 18 under City of Whitehorse management

Yukon Employees Union members ratify city contract

The deal — which must still be approved by council — offers a raise of 4.25 per cent over 4 years

Two Yukon artists up for Sobey Art Award

Shortlist will be announced in May

Strong songs: Yukon youth write and record music videos

‘It’s unbelievable how talented these young people are’

Composting will become mandatory for Whitehorse food producers in 2019

‘To us, it just makes sense and good business’

Whitehorse’s favourite revue finds new life as Klondike Follies

‘It’s like going back to the family home in a way’

Senior says Yukon Housing won’t answer the call on maintenance beefs

‘One day I phoned them four times. It’s a hazard and a trial’

Yukon Electoral Boundaries Commission proposes 20th riding

Liberal caucus calls proposal ‘concerning’

Whitehorse musicians offer film scores online

‘People know when they come to the site that there is a certain aesthetic and level of quality’

Yukon government won’t release municipal carbon tax rebate details until May

Details of potential rebates for municipalities to be announced in May

Despite sticker shock, Whitehorse council votes to proceed with lot sales

City will sell four country residential lots via lottery

Strike out: Union, City of Whitehorse reach new collective agreement

Transit service resumed Monday after weeks of work-to-rule

Guild Hall play transforms theatre experience into high-stakes spelling bee

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee runs until April 21

Gasoline tanker spills fuel after Alaska Highway crash

Highway still closed as officials investigate

City of Whitehorse, union reach agreement on essential services ahead of mediation

Two sides hadn’t updated essential services agreement since 2006

Whistle Bend neighbourhood group says it’s neutral on motorized trails

Move follows meeting where residents opposed snowmobile exemption for perimeter trail

KDFN plans to run own home for youth

‘I think we can work with them to prepare them for life outside the system’

Whitehorse elderly couple still waiting for ground-floor housing

Mobility issues make third-floor living difficult

Yukon government changes municipal funding

Communities will each get $50k more each year in base funding