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A proposal by the city to add new infill lots to existing neighbourhoods has been met with resistance by some residents.
Connectivity and safety were among the biggest issues cited by Whitehorse cyclists at a bicycle network meeting June 5.
An infestation of black army cutworms in the Takhini River valley and Lake Laberge area has some residents keeping a close eye on their gardens.
George Morgan is the new chief of the Liard First Nation, ending one chapter in the long, fraught and often contentious leadership debate for this Kaska nation.
Yukon taxpayers are on the hook for $1.8 million to fully abandon a gas well at the now-defunct Kotaneelee plant.
A new report from a Yukon group devoted to reducing conflicts between wildlife and people offers suggestions on how to prevent run-ins with bears.
Whitehorse city staff presented recommendations to council May 29 which would open up trails in Porter Creek, Takhini and Whistle Bend designated to motorized vehicles.
A series of human-bear conflicts in recent weeks have resulted in more than a half dozen bears being killed in the southern Yukon and left conservation officers scrambling to keep up.
The kale took longer than expected to come up. I suppose that’s because kale, when fully grown, will overrun a garden like a particularly delicious weed in about the time it takes to sneeze.
New docks at Schwatka Lake are ready for takeoff.
Government workers are in the process of moving back into the Lynn Building after engineers gave the all-clear May 29.
J.R. LaRose stood at the front the room at the Old Fire Hall on May 30 with his broad back to a screen that displayed, in all capital letters, the reason for his visit to Whitehorse: “BREAK THE SILENCE ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN.”
Greater care by doctors when prescribing medication would help curb North America’s opioid crisis, say experts who were set to speak at a conference on managing opioid addiction in Whitehorse May 31 and June 1.
Six bears have been killed in the Whitehorse area in recent weeks after coming into conflict with humans.
Roger Veilleux has been a bus driver with Greyhound for 31 years. He’s been driving the same run, between Whitehorse and Fort Nelson, for the last 16.
The Hillcrest local improvement project was officially put to sleep May 23 by city council.
City council voted May 23 to renew a much-debated fixed telephone line contract with Northwestel. The contract locks the city into another three years at a total cost of $756,000.
Whitehorse city council voted May 23 to grant the Yukon Cross Country Motorcycle Association a 10-year lease on a parcel of land at 100 Robert Service Way.
Whitehorse city council voted to add $43,000 to the budget to pay for two new docks on the western shore of Schwatka Lake on May 23.
The Minto mine is back in full operation after a stop work order closed a portion of the mine following an explosion May 19. One mine worker was injured.