Lori Fox

Mystically modern: Whitehorse artist debuts new show exploring mysticism, feminism

‘I’m trying to speak to the feminine, to people who identify with feminine energy’

Mary Lake residents fret over infill

‘They paid top dollar’

Conservation officers probe waste of moose meat near Dawson City

Seven to nine kilos of fresh meat found with part of game bag still attached

Gwich’in prepare for another battle to stop drilling in caribou calving grounds

‘A way of life is going to be destroyed if you do this’

Whitehorse weighs further funding for bylaw review

Bylaw services needs an additional $25,000 added to the initial $30,000 budget, staff say

Yukon’s bear bodycount sets grim record

62 bears died as a result of contact with humans, Environment Yukon says

Proposed infill lots, Whistle Bend expansion to get public hearing

Meeting set for Oct. 23 ahead of mid-November final vote

Whitehorse city hall roundup

Council sets meeting date for Alexander Street improvement charge, punts pay hike

Two-car collision shuts down Klondike Highway Sept. 29

Vehicle occupants taken to hospital with minor injuries

Gone to potholes: Whitehorse proposes local improvement charge to help fund Alexander St. repairs

Under proposal, local property owners would cover $475k of $3.2M project

Whitehorse council considers next step in infill process

Rezoning would be required for seven of 10 potential infill areas

Whistle Bend’s Phase 5 standing by

20-hectare development will have enough lots for 575 units

Bugling: How Yukon’s elk look for love

Scenes from a wildlife viewing

Schedule change means Porter Creek students can’t catch city bus

New school hours make it difficult for students to get to downtown jobs

Yukon hunters need proper paperwork, not just rifles, officials say

Faro district already closed to moose hunting

Yukon writers remember Whitehorse literary stalwart Jessica Simon

‘Being out on the water, hearing the birds, camping with her, those are great memories’

Yukon coal project a ‘non-story,’ proponent says

Prospecting near North Klondike Highway would take two weeks