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A new industrial subdivision in the Marwell area could boast up to 60 housing units. That’s what Northern Vision Development, the…
Last week, Erick Olsen awoke to discover his infant son’s hands and feet were blue from the cold.
Plans for a private trailer park on public property landed on the desks of city politicians Monday night.
Air Canada Jazz is not very popular with Yukoners this week. That’s because flight delays and cancellations caused inconvenience, hefty hotel…
Whitehorse city councillors support a ban on smoking in cars carrying child passengers. They unanimously supported a Canadian Cancer Society push to…
Whitehorse’s real-estate landscape is about to change. With most land claims settled, self-governing First Nations, who are prohibited from…
The bad news: it’s been minus 40 Celsius in Whitehorse for a couple of days. The good news: downtown parking is free.
Phyllis Wilke is upset that a private business is taking things from Whitehorse free stores and selling them.
Taxpayers will be paying more and Whitehorse officials will be spending less, city politicians have decided.
Takhini North residents and city officials remain at loggerheads about how much public money should be spent replacing private infrastructure.
In North America, it used to be considered kind of dirty to get jiggy with your belly. Art was getting confused with sex, sullying an entire…
Sticking people with a 15 per cent tax increase over the next three years is a bad idea. In fact, it runs contrary to what citizens were told last…
The city could be letting go of Stan McCowan Arena for the low, low price of $5,000. If and when it lets it go, the arena could be dismantled and…
The Canadian Cancer Society is calling for a smoking ban for Yukon motorists travelling with children, and it’s looking for support from the…
After getting out of jail, Len McGinnis decided to invest his time and money in a Porter Creek property that doesn’t belong to him.
Yukon’s medical system just went Star Trek. Every community now has access to Telehealth, a video-conferencing system that gives Yukoners…
Gerry Trudeau lacks faith in Northwestel’s ability to provide cellphone service. After signing up with Latitude Wireless, the Whitehorse man…
Takhini North residents and city councillors still can’t agree on money. Residents want the city to cover water and sewer work under their…
The next time you plug coins in a parking meter you may have to have a little more jingle in your pocket.
One of the city’s private country-residential developments is getting bigger. The developer of Fox Haven Estates and co-owner of the Meadow…