Stephanie Waddell

Northwestel overage charges to return in July

Northwestel customers can expect to begin seeing overage charges again on their…

Class of 2020 finds new ways to celebrate

Parades, banners, family dinners and gifts all help mark graduation in the Yukon

Yukon Energy investigates employee’s action

“We reject racism and discrimination of any kind in the strongest terms”

Construction to start on Alaska Highway in Hillcrest

Construction work on the Alaska Highway in Hillcrest is expected to begin…

Yukoner receives design innovation award for jewelry

Vanessa Ægirsdóttir work featured in juried selection of BC Craft Council

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week. Final…

City, Alpine Aviation reach agreement on dock use

Company will continue to use space and assist city with cost in building a new dock

Yukoner named as Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation scholar

Allison Furniss pursuing PhD studies in Cape Town, South Africa

City tickets 50 on day one of return to parking meter enforcement

A total of 50 parking tickets were issued June 1 by the…

Many continue to opt for take-out as dining rooms reopen

City considers options for more patio space

Council holds off on designation decision for portion of the tank farm

Decision comes in light of notice of violation to project proponent

Whitehorse brings back parking meter fees

Drivers will need to top up meters again as of June 1. The city had suspended enforcement in March.

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week. June…

Spas, hair salons, tattoo parlours and more ready for reopening

Many personal services shops set June date to offically welcome back customers

Ninjas in the Yukon

Yukoners deliver goodies

Canada Games Centre to reopen sometime in June

First phase will be limited to track, wellness centre, flexihall and some fitness classes

Gymnasts return to Polarettes

Club reopens, summer camps also approved

Mushroom pickers in Snag area asked to register with First Nation

“We want to ensure that our land, water, and people are respected during this season”