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Once again, the city and Yukon government are going to try and tackle the inner-city staking issue. After miners staked 85 claims on Whitehorse ski…
The Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board will investigate businesses that don’t co-operate with its safety programs.
To make the Yukon more competitive, the government is considering lowering royalty rates and making it easier to stake claims in the territory.
The city is about to cash in on its waterfront investments. After spending $3.5 million to buy the Motorways yard between Black Street and Shipyards…
The Kwanlin Dun First Nation owes Whitehorse taxpayers nearly $1 million. The government has had an outstanding bill for more than a year and…
Main Street’s hanging flower baskets are back in the budget, and nobody’s really said a thing.
City bylaw officers are trained and ready to protect and serve scaredy cats. The officers recently underwent some bucket-truck training to ensure…
Whitehorse vandals have struck again. This time, they hit a $15,000 pedestrian bridge that had only been up for a few days, said Mayor Bev Buckway.
Rocketing Yukon property assessment values have given the city cause for pause. In lieu of the soaring assessments, the city now plans to review its…
Charges of assault with a weapon are pending for a Whitehorse resident following a December 23 stabbing in Riverdale.
Claim-staking in city recreation areas shows just how archaic Yukon mining laws really are, says an environment watchdog.
For one Whitehorse man, this Christmas wasn’t as much about turkey and Santa as it was about fried chicken, burgers, pizza, and cop cars.
In Whitehorse, watering the lawn or washing the car could get costly. The city plans to introduce residential water meters by 2011.
The city should start shaving its budget to avoid hitting city ratepayers with a 7.5 per cent tax hike, say city councillors.
The number of immigrants living in the Yukon has dropped 45 per cent in the last century. The territory, which used to have the highest numbers of…
Disabled FH Collins students got a much-needed lift last week. After months of having limited access to areas of their school, a new wheelchair lift…
After shooting up 99 per cent in the last six years, the average price of a single-family home in Whitehorse is now $297,400, according to the Yukon…
A Haines Junction man is wondering why it’s taken more than one year and $10,000 in legal fees to prove he has a right to look after his aging…
Yukon teachers being kicked, punched and threatened by students and their parents. It’s a problem that’s affecting the quality of…
By Matthew Grant News Reporter ‘People don’t want to talk about death. It almost seems that in our culture there’s this idea that…