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Big changes are coming to the ore terminal at Skagway's port. Last week, the board of the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority approved a $7.5-million construction project.
It's not just about the fish. Estimates for this year’s chinook salmon run are similar to last year’s numbers - meaning “very well below average”...
The Humane Society Yukon's latest draft financial statements were quietly presented last week. "All the controversy's died down," said president Hoby Irwin.
Going to the waterfront could have a whole new meaning in Whitehorse. City administration is recommending First Avenue's name be changed to Front Street.
Michael Fred wanted to run the bear over. On Sunday evening he was driving home after a family dinner when he saw an animal climb out of the ditch at the bottom of Mountainview Drive. At first, he thought it might be a dog.
The letter F is now lucky for full-time students at Yukon College's Ayamdigut campus. The student ID cards they'll receive this coming school year have a large red F on them.
Grieving can begin long before bodies are laid in the grave. That's especially true when caring for someone who has Alzheimer's disease or dementia. "Because dementia is a degenerative brain disease, it's irreversible.
Recent rains prevented a potential forest fire from starting in Porter Creek on Thursday. A burned SUV was discovered near Hidden Lake behind Porter Creek Secondary School early Thursday morning.
A woman who was involved in a truck rollover near Ross River has died in a Vancouver hospital.
Whitehorse city staff will be spending the next several months studying housing needs in the city.
There’s been a bit of a shuffle at Whitehorse City Hall over the past few months.
She wasn't planning on it, but Math'ieya Alatini is seeking another three-year term as Kluane First Nation chief. Elections for the Burwash Landing-based First Nation are Aug. 9.
The City of Whitehorse passed a new traffic bylaw on July 22. Council approved it unanimously, but not without some debate.
Environment Yukon set up two traps in the neighbourhood this week after a bear chased two young female cyclists who were travelling up Mountain View Drive on Sunday evening.
A British Columbia man has been charged with first-degree murder and arson in connection to the August 2010 death of a Whitehorse man. Alexander Dennis was arrested on Thursday in Agassiz, B.C. He is 21.
The city could be changing the name of First Avenue. A bylaw to change First Avenue's name to Front Street passed first and second reading unanimously on Monday night. Coun.
Ramesh Ferris doesn't return to his childhood home in Riverdale to track any changes, or to shoot the breeze with his neighbours, who are also his godparents. Instead, he comes to 41 Firth Rd. to reflect on an event.
Two Germans have rowed their handmade replica York boat to shore much earlier than planned. And while grateful to be alive, the story they're telling isn't what they expected.
An adjunct professor at the University of Northern British Columbia is running for chief of Kluane First Nation. Alyce Johnson is one of three candidates vying for the top spot in the Burwash Landing-based First Nation.
Hamlet residents have recently completed a survey asking them how they would like to have their large lots subdivided for future development.