Amy Kenny

Hartland running for re-election to Whitehorse City Council

He said he wants to be able to see seniors stay in their homes and young people buy new ones

Do-nut worry, Yukon’s donut business is still going strong

The next donut pop-up shop is on Sept. 6

Andrew Smith vies for a spot on Whitehorse City Council

The Yukon government employee says housing is a key point on his election platform

Federal Conservatives promise the North can keep northern resource royalties

Liberal MP Larry Bagnell says the Conservative resolution wouldn’t make much of a difference today

Portraits of Yukon wildlife

“A lot of my bears take on my own mood when I’m painting them”

Blood Ties launches a new drug-testing program in Whitehorse

People can bring in pills, rocks or powder to see if they contain fentanyl

Jan Stick wants back on Whitehorse City Council

The former territorial MLA was also on council from 2005 to 2008

Canada Revenue Agency office to open in Whitehorse

Three offices will open across the territories by 2019

A common thread: Toronto artist tells Haines Junction stories with new clothing collection

““It wasn’t a visual experience. It was more an energy experience.”

Development corporation proposes new quarry in Whitehorse

Da Daghey Development Corporation wants to develop a quarry in Hillcrest

Mike Gladish wants back on Whitehorse City Council

Gladish previously served as a councillor from 2012 to 2015

Survey tries to take ‘snapshot’ of Whitehorse homelessness

“I tell my story so that mine and others’ voices may be heard”

Laxton returns to politics with bid for Whitehorse council

‘He happens to be my neighbour and cleans my driveway for me’

Woodcock seeks re-election to Whitehorse council

‘All we can do is keep on trucking’

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’