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Curbside recycling plans under criticism

Some Whitehorse city councillors still aren't sold on a proposed curbside recycling program.

Parents push for lowering Lewes Blvd speed limit

Representatives from two school councils in Riverdale are asking the City of Whitehorse to review the speed limit on Lewes Boulevard.

Exhibit explores ties to the past

The ghost town of Snag, where a church and a few dilapidated cabins are all that remain from the Second World War era, was likely the last place Ukjese van Kampen expected to meet a distant relative last summer.

Stranded tourists found safe on Fish Lake Road

Whitehorse police found two stranded tourists last week after they took a wrong turn on Fish Lake Road.

Yukon RCMP respond to 197 calls over busy Christmas weekend

It was another busy Christmas weekend for Yukon's RCMP officers as they responded to 197 calls from Dec. 24 to 27.

Family First Night features activities, fireworks on New Year’s Eve

The City of Whitehorse is organizing an activity-filled evening at the Canada Games Centre on Dec. 31 as the clock counts down the hours to 2015.

Salvation Army surpasses fundraising goal

Yukoners were imbued with the spirit of goodwill this holiday season as the Salvation Army in Whitehorse easily exceeded its fundraising goal of $75,000.

Yukon’s real estate market continues to grow

Yukon's real estate market grew for the third straight quarter this year, totaling $85.6 million in transactions.

Memories of Christmas in Moosehide

The smell of percolating coffee wafted through the air as Angie Joseph-Rear pushed open the doors to the old dance hall in Moosehide.

Brewing up a busy holiday season

The smell of pungent hops, alcohol and fruit fills the small space where Winterlong Brewery owner Marko Marjanovic and his only employee, Matt Waugh, are preparing for a busy holiday season.

Miles Canyon bridge unsafe until repaired: report

The Miles Canyon suspension bridge needs immediate repair before it can be re-opened to the public, according to a report by an engineering firm.

Students and staff say goodbye to the old F.H. Collins school

Peter Grundmanis remembers a cool spring day when the doors were open inside the F.H. Collins Secondary School gym and the students were practising archery.

City council rejects bid to pursue outdoor sports complex

For the second time this year, members of Whitehorse city council have shot down a plan to build an outdoor sports complex in the Whistle Bend subdivision.

Cutting edge

The shop floor at Duncan's Ltd. is buzzing with activity as dozens of employees man the loud, industrial machines that feed Whitehorse's steel needs.

Outdoor sports complex plans back before city council

Yukon’s soccer community will be keeping a close eye on tonight’s Whitehorse city council meeting.

Whitehorse looks to launch rideshare program

The City of Whitehorse is gearing up to launch its new rideshare program. Commuters will soon be able to access a website where they can connect with others based on where they live and want to go.

Downtown residents call for repairs to Sixth Avenue

Whitehorse's Sixth Avenue is "crumbling" according to members of the Downtown Residents Association, who say the city has been putting off repairs to the road for years.

Barriers to becoming a university can be overcome, says Yukon College president

Yukon College President Karen Barnes says she's confident the institution can transition into a university within the next five years, despite facing some daunting obstacles.

Roving truck damages ski trails

Vandals caused more than $600 in damage to three trails at the Whitehorse Cross-Country Ski Club earlier this week.

Furlesque brings steamy show to chilly climes

A belly dancer appears on stage, performs her routine, and in the blink of an eye the lights turn to a bunch of actors already in a fairytale segment about gender politics.