Amy Kenny

Potential new daycare causes concern for city council

“I’m just wondering is this an appropriate place to be raising our children here in the City of Whitehorse”

The Yukon Geoscience Forum wraps up for another year

Record attendance at geoscience forum

A story 17 years in the making

Whitehorse writer Joanna Lilley launches her debut novel

Air North reduces the frequency of its Ottawa flights

The company says rising fuel costs, airport fees and a decline in passengers are to blame

Many Rivers risks losing its government funding

Money may be withheld in 2019 if the organization doesn’t file an annual report

Score or spore?: Whitehorse man alleges he bought moldy weed

“What I’m upset about is their response to this”

Respite home offers a break to caregivers

Hillcrest home is a pilot project

City of Whitehorse council announces its capital budget

A new fire hall is among the major projects

Aw, shucks: Wayfarer Oyster House is open for business

Wayfarer Oyster House has its soft opening

Striking workers allege assault and threats

Many Rivers workers say their picket line was “stormed”

Can you dig it?

Yukon College professor cataloguing 15 years worth of artifacts

Yukon Human Rights Commission offers free training on disability rights

The Commission hopes its symposium gets Yukoners looking at disability through a human rights lens

A tale of two sushis

A Yukon businessman is suing his former business partner over a Whitehorse sushi restaurant

Shelley Cuthbert files response, affidavits to Yukon government petition

In her affidavit, Cuthbert says her living situation is temporary

President of the Canadian Medical Association wants to hear Yukon concerns

Dr. Gigi Osler says virtual healthcare might help in rural and remote areas

Motown modern

Local musician Paris Pick says her new record borrows from funk and soul

New Whitehorse city council sworn in

Councillors say they’re excited to get started on strategic planning

Twelve months and a strike: Many Rivers workers serve strike notice

Job action is set to start Friday afternoon, when workers will walk off the job