Stephanie Waddell

Whitehorse council news, briefly

Some of the news that came out of Whitehorse city council this week

Whitehorse becomes first community north of 60 to have private pot shop

Triple J’s Canna Space opens its doors to first customers

Whitehorse starts getting ready for Japanese students

This summer 13 Japanese students are slated to come north

Whitehorse council considers incentives for two housing projects

A total of nearly 80 units could be built

Opening of Yukon’s first private pot shop delayed as it awaits licence

“I am tired of being at the mercy of the government”

Seniors housing proposed for Range Road property

The five-storey building would feature 73 rental units

Whitehorse city news, briefly

Some of the decisions that were made this week at Whitehorse city council

Whitehorse food trucks get ready to dole out summer servings

All but two city vendor sites are spoken for

Private pot retailer plans April 17 opening

City bylaws pave way for private retail cannabis shops

Whitehorse company left ‘scrambling’ over potential new access road

Trans North would be prevented from flying from its property if road proceeds as it’s proposed

Whitehorse city news, briefly

A rundown of issues put to Whitehorse city council at its April 1 meeting.

Communities contemplate cannabis commerce

Bylaw updates underway throughout the territory to regulate private pot sales

Whitehorse’s mayor defends plans for a downtown pot shop

The issue was discussed at the April 1 council meeting

Improvement charge could be higher than expected for businesses, government

An error has been discovered in the city’s calculations

Atomic Vaudeville cabaret comes north

A long list of Yukoners are involved in this month’s production

Carcross/Tagish chief removed from office

According to a statement, the First Nation will hold a byelection.