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The $30 million for infrastructure investments across Yukon announced April 27 in the territorial budget has more than a few municipalities perking up their ears.
A ban on staking mining claims in Kaska traditional territory outside Ross River has been extended to April 30, 2018, the Yukon government announced April 27.
The Teslin Tlingit Council has submitted an application the the Yukon Environment Socio-economic Assessment Board to install a biomass heating system in Teslin.
Capstone’s Minto mine, the only operating mine in the Yukon, will remain open until the middle of 2020.
Nadja and Daniel Cooper are expecting to welcome their baby girl into the world June 24 in Whitehorse. This “little one,” as Nadja calls her, is the couple’s first child and is already much loved. But Nadja’s pregnancy has brought not only joy, but also financial strain.
Yukon MP Larry Bagnell and Whitehorse Mayor Dan Curtis announced $2.8 million from the federal gas tax fund to pay for three wastewater projects in Whitehorse April 26.
Nostalgia — for places, for people, for things loved — is at the heart of Whitehorse-based poet Joanna Lilley’s latest book If There Were Roads.
Downtown and Marwell-area residents were invited to the Future Forum at the Old Fire Hall April 25 to share their thoughts for the greater downtown area.
The City of Whitehorse’s human resources manager, Barbara Walker, was fired late last week.
Whitehorse city council agreed to put the long-debated, long-awaited operations building to tender at an April 24 meeting.
A wind turbine project proposed for Haeckel Hill opened to public commentary April 18.
The Yukon Employees Union withdrew from all Yukon government joint labour and management committees and policy review boards on April 19.
The company in charge of the Kotaneelee gas processing plant has gone belly-up, which means the Yukon government is now the proud owner of a derelict gas well.
Whitehorse city staff told council April 18 it can save $1 million if it approves a $9.2-million budget increase to the long-awaited plan for the new operations building.
When a personal tragedy strikes, we often turn to our community to support us. In the case of the Yukon Artist Relief Fund Society, the community is ready.
Reconstruction of Sixth Avenue was the main concern voiced by residents of the downtown and Marwell area at a town hall meeting at Shipyards Park April 12.
Most people don’t ususally get to design their own neighbourhood. Particularly not with homemade wooden blocks.
Tony’s Pizza can now offer pies that are, at least in part, cooked by the sun.
City council voted April 10 to further review a proposal to renew the current Northwestel contract for another three years at a cost of more than $186,000 per year.
A birch mask by Alex Dickson was reported stolen from the Yukon government’s main administration building on Second Avenue April 6.