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When an American high school student made national headlines in 2014 for posing with his cat for his senior yearbook portrait, it gave Ryan Sikkes an idea.
The Yukon government wants to tear down one of Faro's largest and longest-standing abandoned buildings. The Chateau Jomini, a four-building complex once used as housing for miners, may be demolished this summer.
Yvonne Ochsner remembers driving home from the Whitehorse airport one day about 14 years ago, in tears.
The owner of P&M Recycling is underwhelmed by a decision by city councillors to give him a two-month reprieve from an order to shut down one of his two warehouses.
The first step in the planning phase for the construction of a francophone high school in Whitehorse is now underway.
Do you wonder where your imported beer bottles, pickle and pasta sauce jars end up once you put them in your recycling bin? Look no further than the Whitehorse landfill.
The Yukon Department of Education is facing criticism for cutting the funding to the YuWin job board. For the past four years, the department's advanced education branch has been funding the website.
It's now possible for Yukoners to stay up to date with the territory's latest health inspection reports.
Rick Griffiths, a longtime Whitehorse resident whose advocacy helped spur changes to the safety rules governing Yukon's oil-burning furnaces, passed away from cancer on Tuesday morning at the age of 86.
The Palace Grand Theatre in Dawson City presented a variety of acts during the Gold Rush era - acrobats, dancing bears and knife-throwers, among others - so it's not too hard to imagine paranormal activity within those walls.
The owner of P&M Recycling says he has concerns about the city's plans for a mandatory curbside recycling program.
The Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce has expressed concern over the City of Whitehorse’s plans to move ahead with a curbside recycling program.
The days of being able to make a free trip to Raven Recycling may soon be numbered. That's because the non-profit is debating whether to start charging a tipping fee for recyclables people drop off.
Whitehorse city council passed its 2016-19 capital budget on Monday evening.
If you look closely in the audience during next month's Grammy Awards ceremony, you just might spot a familiar face.
Whitehorse city council is moving ahead with plans to start a curbside recycling program. Councillors largely voted in favour of a motion on Monday to issue a request for proposals for such a program.
Whitehorse city council will test whether there is enough interest in pursuing a curbside recycling program at tonight’s meeting.
The City of Whitehorse will not be upgrading its facilities at the Robert Service Campground this year, despite the need for repairs to a few buildings.
Allan Code woke up one morning in the upper Blackstone valley of Tombstone Territorial Park to grunts, snorts and the sounds of hooves clicking.
A Whitehorse resident who died last week after accidentally falling down a flight of stairs is being remembered as a kind, loving friend who would go out of his way to help others.