Lori Fox

Water, water, not quite everywhere: precipitation is down across the territory

The report documents trends from October 2018 to February 2019

Whitehorse city news, briefly

Here’s a rundown of some of the decisions that were made at Whitehorse City Hall this week:

Whitehorse council votes down procurement charges ahead of a full review

“I believe we are missing out on an opportunity … to adjust the system to correct for local procurement”

Concerns over pot near parks could put downtown shop at risk

“I feel like every day is a dumpster fire … and every time we put out a dumpster fire, another one starts up.”

Yukon’s environmental assessment board needs more information about the Coffee mine

This marks the fourth request for further information from YESAB

How long proposed quarry near Whitehorse airport would operate for unclear

How long the proposed quarry would operate for is unclear

ANALYSIS: Yukon’s job market by the numbers

At only 3.2 per cent, the Yukon has the lowest unemployment rate…

Bedding plant contract seeds controversy around city procurement

Contract went to Outside company over a $250 bidding difference

Federal and Yukon governments earmark $60 million over 10 years for housing

Yukon MP Larry Bagnell, Health and Social Services Minister Pauline Frost made announcement March 14

Cook Street property owners could be charged for road and water improvements

Whitehorse City Council is considering a local improvement charge

City, briefly: a roundup of March 11 happenings at Whitehorse city council

A roundup of March 11 happenings at Whitehorse city council

Feds pledge $13.2 million for Alaska Highway renovations, including Range Road re-vamp

Work includes the Range Road expansion project, the first phase of which is slated to start in July

Whitehorse city council moves proposed amendment that would allow quarry near airport to next stage

Ta’an Kwäch’än Council development corp. wants “residential” lot re-designated to “natural resource”

$30K not enough to keep women’s shelter out of deficit: executive director

The funding increase from health and social services is to account for rising costs of living

Getting to know Yukon’s big, not so bad, wolves

Killing a moose means taking down an animal which weighs more than the whole pack combined

UPDATED: Whitehorse city council votes to amends budget to replace fire truck totalled in crash

The new truck, estimated to cost $330,000 before tax, would replace one damaged in a Jan. 22 crash

Whitehorse city news, briefly

A rundown of some of the decisions that were made at council this week

Supporters rally for local NGOs

Dozens of people attended on the first day of the legislative sitting

Underfunding puts Kaushee’s Place at risk, says its executive director

The organization says it needs more core funding