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The city won’t dig any new water wells until the end of 2007. “This thing can afford to wait,” said mayor Ernie Bourassa at last…
Whitehorse’s skatepark is rather modest compared to some you’ll find in larger cities. In Vancouver, for instance, the $250,000…
Advertising giant DDB Canada, along with its Whitehorse-based partner Aasman Design Inc., have dropped out of the race for a massive 2007 Canada…
Arthur Mitchell isn’t your run-of-the-mill businessman/Liberal leader. In fact, talk to the guy over coffee for, say, an hour and you’ll…
An extra day has been added to the Whitehorse 2007 Canada Winter Games. The festivities now begin on February 23rd, one day earlier than previously…
Whitehorse is proceeding with Riverfront infrastructure work down First Avenue between Strickland and Ogilvie streets.
As Whitehorse United Church minister Keltie van Binsbergen stepped up to the pulpit to deliver her sermon, spontaneous barking, panting and sniffing…
Foul-mouthed, drug-dealing teen vandals have forced the shutdown of a popular Riverdale gaming centre.
The city is mismanaging the Canada Games Centre’s fitness room, says Peak Fitness owner Lee Randell.
Yukoners must lobby to ensure a 17-month delay in requiring passports or other high-security documents for border crossing goes on the books, said…
Canada Games Centre supervisor Bernie Van Hooft threw in the towel Friday, submitting his resignation to city officials.
After nearly four years of Yukon Party rule, Liberal MLA Pat Duncan wants to know whether conditions have improved at the notoriously rundown…
The last two plays produced by Moira Sauer and Celia McBride were huge hits. Matt & Ben and Trout Stanley played to sellout crowds and put their…
It’s official — Whitehorse residents will be heading to the polls next month. City council unanimously decided Tuesday to put one of the…
A devastating one-two punch has Yukon Zinc Corp. reeling, its directors scrambling to control the damage as its share price plummets.
In May 1981, a new engineering consulting firm from Edmonton set up shop in Whitehorse with one engineer and a technologist.
Stringent, new laws requiring passports or ID cards when crossing the Canada-US border will hurt the Yukon tourism industry, says Tourism branch…
The dog owner was expecting puppies. You wouldn’t believe what she got. When veterinarians operated on her two-year-old husky, they found a…
While Mission: Impossible III is playing in local theatres, the real-life version is playing out on city streets.
About 12 residents of Dawson City’s Rock Creek subdivision were evacuated on Saturday afternoon after the Klondike River surged over its banks.