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City council considers lowering speed limits

Speed limits on Miles Canyon Road and in the McIntyre subdivision might soon be lowered.

Yukon College scouted Scandinavia for university research

Yukon College spent $87,000 to send officials to institutions in Canada and Scandinavia for the purposes of gathering information about transitioning into a university.

Yukon College scouted Scandinavia for university research

Yukon College spent $87,000 to send officials to institutions in Canada and Scandinavia for the purposes of gathering information about transitioning into a university.

Yukoner’s work in Haiti draws governor general’s attention

An old soul can be described as someone who is mature beyond his or her years, has a philosophical outlook on life and a high level of empathy for others. Morgan Wienberg fits the bill perfectly.

Whitehorse prepares bare bones capital budget

Whitehorse Mayor Dan Curtis tabled his government's proposed capital spending plans for the next four years at Monday evening's council meeting.

Young filmmaker named Yukon’s entrepreneur of the year

Jayden Soroka has never had a nine-to-five job in his life, something he's very proud of. That flexibility over the years has given him the freedom to work on any film project he chooses.

Young filmmaker named Yukon’s entrepreneur of the year

Jayden Soroka has never had a nine-to-five job in his life, something he's very proud of. That flexibility over the years has given him the freedom to work on any film project he chooses.

New bishop appointed to Whitehorse

Pope Francis has appointed Father Hector Vila as the new bishop of Whitehorse. Vila, 53, will succeed Bishop Gary Gordon, who left for Victoria, B.C. last year.

Fahmy brings message of perseverance to Whitehorse

Mohamed Fahmy, the Canadian reporter whose imprisonment in Egypt sparked a global campaign for his release, was in Whitehorse last night to speak to business leaders at their annual awards banquet.

Attempted murder suspect turns himself in to RCMP

A Yukoner wanted for attempted murder and kidnapping turned himself in to police yesterday.

Hot jazz heats up fire hall for concert fundraiser

Whitehorse fans of French jazz won't have far to go next week to enjoy some toe-tapping tunes. The Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition is putting on a fundraising concert at the Old Fire Hall.

Tempers flare over hot springs development plans

Tempers flared and accusations flew during Brad Cathers' constituency meeting last night, as residents of his riding slammed doors and yelled at each other over ongoing development at the Takhini Hot Pools.

Outdoor sports complex heading back to city council

One of the most polarizing issues to come before Whitehorse city council in years will make its comeback in a few weeks. Coun. Samson Hartland introduced a notice of motion at Monday’s meeting.

Elemental Farm takes a back to basics approach

Bart Bounds comes across as a bit of a mad scientist with his dishevelled beard and hair. Sitting at a small table inside a cozy yurt, he talks about his passion for food.

Education minister open to talks for Burwash Landing school

Education Minister Doug Graham says he's open to discussing the possibility of building a new school in Burwash Landing.

Watson Lake man survives icy plunge into Yukon River

A Watson Lake resident says a series of fortunate events saved his life on Monday night, after his car plunged into the freezing waters of the Yukon River.

Challenge opens new office to help disabled job seekers

It's going to get easier for people with disabilities to find work in the Yukon. At least that's the hope for the Challenge Disability Resource Group.

Whitehorse students return safe from France after terrorist scare

Madisen Bacon-Traplin never imagined her first trip to Europe would end with having to reassure her parents she was nowhere near a terrorist attack. But that's what happened last weekend. 

Atlin Trading Post back in business

Atlin’s one-stop shop has re-opened under new management. Cheri Malo and her brother, Scott Odian, are the new owners of the Atlin Trading Post.

Yukon artist brings stained glass to life with new exhibit

The German city of Mainz was a target of multiple Allied bombings during the Second World War, when over 30 air raids destroyed more than 80 per cent of the city's centre.