Amy Kenny

UPDATED: Yukon Supreme Court Justice Leigh Gower dies unexpectedly

Judge remembered for his balance and diligence, as well as his love for theatre and motorcycles

Leak at Takhini Elementary School impacts archery training

No timeline in place for the re-opening of the gym to the public

Joint funding announced for Indigenous women’s groups

Groups will be getting a total of $1.6 million in federal and territorial funding over three years

Give me a sign: Yukon organization offers a fall sign language course

Class is in session for the YACL’s fall sign language course

Cannabis Yukon opens in a blaze of glory

Yukoners spent $59,900 on legal cannabis on the first day

UPDATED: Curtis gets a third term as Whitehorse’s mayor

Council split between incumbents and new candidates

Dan Curtis wins third terms as mayor of Whitehorse

This page will be updated when results of municipal elections across the territory come in

Early hiccups at Whitehorse polling stations

A few deputy returning officers didn’t show up. In one case a voter was handed a ballot from 2015.

It’s a small world after all

Yukon photographer focuses on the little things

CANNABIS SPECIAL: Where to go to celebrate cannabis legalization

Yukon businesses have come up with ways to celebrate in solidarity

Climate change isn’t a one-issue issue for council candidate

Considering climate change can address other municipal concerns, says Kim Lisgo

Yukon government starts talking electoral reform

Yukon government launches survey to find out what Yukoners think about electoral reform

Yukon MLAs consider a bigger payday

New bill proposes salary increase for some members of the legislative assembly

Curtis campaigns for third term

Collaboration is key, he says

Out North Queer Film Festival celebrates its seventh year

Organizers have added an extra day to the successful event

Cory Adams wants on Whitehorse City Council

Cory Adams didn’t even know there wasn’t Sunday bus service in Whitehorse…

Councillor candidates make their case

Council candidates show up for town hall forum

Whitehorse’s mayoral candidates square off

Four of five mayoral candidates attend a forum hosted by the Chamber of Commerce

City bylaw officer eyes mayor’s job

“We have a lot of young, new, vibrant people in town and the city was becoming stagnant”

Darrell Hookey vies for spot on Whitehorse City Council

“Whistle Bend was a tabletop exercise for about 20 years amongst planners and engineers and politicians”