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Re/Max realtors’ failure to disclose ‘stinks,’ says ethicist
A Whitehorse couple has abandoned their appeal of a small claims court decision that ordered them to pay $10,818.15 in restitution to a realtor who bought their house in 2007. Kerry Lyle, the Re/Max agent who bought...
Entrepreneur, philanthropist and dreamer
"He was the most honourable, most gentlemanly person I knew," said Sam Holloway, an electrician and publisher. "I didn't know anybody like that growing up. Even the way Dave walked: so straight, so proud. He had what the Romans called dignatus." Robertson
Soothing the savage breast …with reduction
The identity women derive from their breasts transcends ideas of utility verses sexual, big verses small, saggy verses pert.
Diabetes makes for risky pregnancy, development and delivery
Micah McPhee howls for another feed of soy formula from his burp-free bottle. “There were a couple of times when the nurses said he…
A brief history of apathy…
1996: Hank Moorlag appointed Yukon’s first ombudsman, beginning a fight for an effective Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act…
Flavourful Fili foods found in town
A new food store in Whitehorse will help ease the transition into Canadian life for Filipinos. Inspired by a growing Filipino community and an…
Tantalus hosts grand opening
Morale is up in Carmacks because of the new Tantalus School, says principal Cully Robinson. In August, the sparkling kindergarten-to-Grade-12…
Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it
Not long before the beginning of the Iraq war, a University of Regina professor asked his students whether it was justifiable to contain Iraqi…
Homicide investigation continues
The death of Gordon Ross Seybold is being investigated as a homicide, says Whitehorse RCMP. The remains of the 63-year-old Ibex Valley man were…
Transport improvement needed
A report produced by the three territorial governments calls for significant improvements to infrastructure for road, air, marine and rail travel.
Earls feeds the eyes and the stomach
Customers herd into a small foyer as two or three revealingly dressed, spike-heeled young women greet them with rehearsed smiles.
Flood risk abates
Yukoners may prefer a more sudden burst of spring weather, but a gradual thaw will cut the risk of flooding, say Environment Yukon hydrology experts.
CDF projects total $240,000
The Community Development Fund has approved 18 applications for community projects of $20,000 or less.
Hart dumps on funding equity
Operators of the Mount Lorne waste-transfer station could shut the facility down in protest of funding inequity.
Goddamn the pusher van, say harm reduction detractors
A couple of years ago, Ben Gribben nearly killed himself with crack cocaine. “Technically, I was dead for about two minutes,” says the…
Caribou Hotel honoured
The oldest hotel in the territory has been nominated as a Yukon historic site. The Caribou Hotel in Carcross, nominated by its owner, Anne Morgan,…
Fentie cooked liquor question, say Liberals
Premier Dennis Fentie is looking to the conflicts commissioner to investigate allegations two ministers may have benefited from changes to the…
Tungsten deal with China has nothing to do with human rights, says Fentie
A deal between North American Tungsten Ltd. and China may have paved the way for the production of weapons of war, violation of human rights and…
Weekend rabble rousers kept Mounties hopping
Whitehorse RCMP responded to a long series of alcohol-fueled fights, thefts and acts of mischief over the past week.
Bus tourists invited to Dawson Music Festival
The next bus pulling into town for the Dawson City Music Festival may not be a retired school jalopy that has undergone the ‘cool bus’…