Lori Fox

Alaskan musher Aliy Zirkle wins the Yukon Quest 300

“Was it ideal conditions? No, but then when is life ideal?”

City of Whitehorse to formalize its breastfeeding policy after a complaint

The policy in support of the right to breastfeed on city property is before council

Better securities needed to ensure environmental, taxpayer protection in mining: YCS

A representative with the Department of Energy Mines and Resource was booed by the crowd

No bridge over troubled water: Yukon government pulls the plug on the Dawson ice bridge

Highways officials say they spent $150,000 of the $200,000 budget

This week at Whitehorse City Council

A breakdown of a few of the key decisions made by council on Monday

Future of YG funding for Many Rivers remains unclear

Although employees are set to return back to work after an 11-week…

Carcross/ Tagish First Nation Chief suspended over allegations of sexual harassment

Executive council will be appointing a deputy Khà Shâde Héni Feb. 7

Porcupine caribou herd reaches record numbers

Population definitely a high, future decline ‘inevitable’: biologist

Changes coming to ATIPP Act in 2018: Mostyn

‘There’s all sorts of info that the government has that’s stuck in computer systems and filing cabinets’

Solitary, cranky and rare: Wolverines stalk the Yukon wilderness alone

‘They’re the true essence of the wilderness’

Proposed Mount Sima solar farm under YESAB review

‘Energy production is about to be democratized, for lack of a better word’

U.S. tax bill passes, opening ANWR to oil exploration

‘It’s a very sombre time here,’ Vuntut Gwitchin chief says

Yukon government eyes engineered river crossing for West Dawson

‘Mother Nature is a fickle mistress’

Whitehorse council approves 2018-21 capital budget

New budget goes into effect Jan. 1

A Yukon detective story 5,400 years in the making

New paper reveals sheds light ancient bison that got stuck in the mud and died near Whitehorse

Santa shows despite lack of snow at annual Santa Land in Whitehorse

‘We were flexible with mother nature’

Blood Ties says tiny house project will ‘compliment’ Yukon government initiative

‘I’m hoping mayor and council sees this as in line with their own affordable housing plans’

Seeds planted for new Whitehorse community garden

‘We’re interested in food security in the North’

City of Whitehorse to take over operation of Robert Service Campground in 2018

Council mulls funding to design office/washroom building