Lori Fox

Whitehorse council to vote on infill parcels separately

‘No technical reason’ for project to be rejected, city planner says

One woman, 24 characters: The Syringa Tree comes to Whitehorse

‘This is, to date, the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to tackle as a performer’

YESAB approval not needed for proposed Whitehorse infill project

Land in question underwent environmental assessment in 2004

CPAWS petition to protect Porcupine caribou breaks 5,000 signatures

‘This is such an important issue, we couldn’t not get involved’

Negotiations stall between Many Rivers and YEU

‘We’re just taking some time to work out our options now’

NDP MLA calls Yukon coal project ‘application of insanity’

Project is strictly exploratory, proponent says

All caribou herds aren’t created equal

Biologists warn the Procupine caribou herd is more vulnerable to development than its neighbours

Elk population a headache for Yukon farmers

‘No one gets into farming for compensation. Farmers are trying to grow crops’

Gwich’in vow to stand ground as U.S. pushes closer to drilling in ANWR

‘This is a very important and critical time’

Infill opponents fill Whitehorse council chambers

‘What’s going to protect the lifestyle we bought into?’

Bear-proof bins a must, Whitehorse residents tell council

City has already ordered 300 more compost and trash bins

Whitehorse SMRT women get down to business

‘It’s lonely, being a female entrepreneur’

Ravens are smarter than your average bird

‘The’ raven is a bird that outwardly enjoys life

Santa’s coming to town: Casino Mining Corp. fronts cash for parade

‘We’re not doing an event for free’

Whitehorse gallery gets all dolled up

Sculptors craft creepy dolls that tell mythical stories

City begins transit master plan project

Survey seeking input on bus service open until Nov. 10

More money needed for Whistle Bend Phase 8 planning, Whitehorse staff say

‘There’s a mix of development planning and recreation planning going on’

Santa Claus to skip Whitehorse this year unless funding found

’We’re a not-for-profit. If we don’t have the money for an event we don’t put it on’

Threat of drilling in ANWR a long-fought battle for Gwich’in, environmentalists

‘They’re hoping for another Prudhoe Bay, but they really don’t know’

Water study for Whitehorse infill lots technically sound, consultant says

‘This study is based on a lot of good information’