Stephanie Waddell

Federal government earmarks $500,000 to promote mining in the North

The cash will be spent over three years at a major mining convention

New rules in place for Mt. Logan climbers

Moratoriums in place on solo expeditions and winter climbs

City news, briefly

Some news from Whitehorse city council’s Jan. 13th meeting

Residents speak out against parking plan for seniors housing project

The developer wants a reduction in parking spots at the proposed supportive living facility

Second Avenue study nears completion

City engineer promises that the document will be made public at a roundtable discussion

City news, briefly

Some of the discussions from the Jan. 9th meeting of Whitehorse city council

10 years after Haiti’s earthquake, new documentary to examine Yukoner’s work

Little Footprints Big Steps is featured in the film to be released spring 2020

Whitehorse considers giving a fire truck to the territorial government

The second-hand truck would provide additional support during larger-scale events

City of Whitehorse announces lottery for two Arkell lots

Applications are due by 3 p.m. Feb. 5

Whitehorse council votes to rebuild Mount McIntyre ski bridge despite concerns over height

Cabott was the only council member to vote against the contract at a scarcely-publicized special meeting

Updated: Avalanche kills two at B.C.’s Tatshenshini-Alsek Park

The two snowboarders were in their early 20s

Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition releases new ‘Surviving in Yukon’ guide

The associated HelpSeeker app is coming in February

Firework maestros brighten up the Whitehorse sky

‘For us it’s an art form’

Whitehorse engineer says improving road safety takes time

Taylor Eshpeter outlines the work involved to keep roads safe

Scaled back kettle campaign brings in $20,000 for the Salvation Army

Officials say the money will go to outreach work

More French services coming to Yukon College

The Yukon’s French association and the school have renewed their MOU

Yukon government releases 55 lots in Whistle Bend

A lottery will be held Jan. 27

City news, briefly

Some City of Whitehorse news from this week

More delays for Whitehorse’s city operations building, with opening now pushed to February

Completion is now anticipated for February. Staff move-in will take longer