Stephanie Waddell

Nominations closed in Watson Lake byelection

Four candidates are running for mayor

Canada Summer Games postponed

Yukon Canada Summer Games athletes will now work on mastering skills in preperation for 2022

Taking a closer look at the cosmos

Star gazing party scheduled for Sept. 18

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week

Whitehorse bowlers ready for competitive season

First league play in years starting Sept. 16

Council turns down zoning amendment

Property owners will not be permitted to add a suite to their RR-zoned home

Tank farm takes another step towards development

OCP designation passes second reading

Watson Lake to hold mayoral byelection

Residents of Watson Lake will elect a new mayor on Oct. 8.…

More commercial/industrial land needed, study shows

Council members express concern over economic impacts

Stephen Frost Sr. remembered

Vuntut Gwitchin elder contributed much to his community

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week

Trail plan would focus on management of city pathways

Public input will be sought ahead of final plan coming forward

City management could see pay raise

Proposed bylaw outlines management pay from 2019 to 2022

Council contemplates tank farm OCP change

Public hearing report comes forward

Rezoning could soon move forward

Allowing suite in RR zone would not substantially change area, council hears

Coroner IDs man killed during bison hunt

A 43-year-old hunter died on Sept. 5 during a bison hunt

Whitehorse Community Choir sings in a new season

Voices will join together while being apart

Pondering port plans

Skagway mayor envisions partnerships with Yukon

Nine-year sentence handed down in manslaughter case

Tyler Skookum sentenced for manslaughter

New Takhini Hot Springs facility takes shape

The current pool will close at the end of September, with new facility to offer spa-like experience