Lori Garrison

Tom Thomson, ‘glitter skunks’ and wolverines: Trapped opens at Yukon Arts Centre

Winnipeg-based artist Willow Rector’s new show runs until Nov.25

City nearly $550,000 under budget due to staff vacancies

High-ranking positions take up to a year to fill, finance manager says

Whitehorse mulls approving new country residential subdivision

‘As we’ve see in the market, country residential lots are going for between $200,000 to $250,000’

Former Whitehorse firefighter claims city responsible for ‘destroying’ his health

‘The city has taken away my ability to live and enjoy life’

Whitehorse city council formally axes trails committee

‘It made the most sense to end it right now’

Human rights activist Payam Akhavan opens Massey Lectures in Whitehorse Sept. 13

‘We are incomplete if we are insensitive to the suffering of others’

Local play aims to give authentic glimpse of Yukon life

‘It offers perspectives that community members in the audience might not even be aware exist’

Yukon students to learn about dangers of fentanyl use

‘It’s not just something you see on TV. It’s right here in our community in the Yukon’

Yukon sluice box researcher doubts new mining method

The new method is being proposed for a placer project in Burwash Creek

New Whitehorse hospital expansion offers streamlined admissions, natural light

‘The space is really designed to provide better emergency care’

Whitehorse council mulls pay bump to make up for tax change

Federal government eliminated rule that made third of council pay tax-free

Greyhound files to end bus service in Yukon and Northern B.C.

‘The status quo is no longer sustainable’

Save-On-Foods grocery store opens in Whitehorse

Overwaitea Foods-owned store enters downtown market previously dominated by Loblaw Companies Ltd

Got Yukon calendar concerns? Survey on school year calendar open to public

Community members can put in their two-cents regarding the school calendar until October 21

Local company wins Yukon’s mobile abattoir contract

The service allows local farmers to slaughter livestock in an inspected facility

Yukon government shows off new continuing care facility

An open house is being held for the public Sept. 9

Bat and bird deaths a concern in proposed Kluane wind energy project

Little brown bats, common nighthawk and olive-sided flycatcher among the species at risk in the area

Yukon government bans future staking at Venus mine tailing site

The now-defunct tailing site is 22 kilometres south of Carcross