Stephanie Waddell

Whitehorse teacher wins Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Marie Bélanger was the only Yukoner to get the award this year

Looking back and ahead in Whistle Bend

“We’re almost like an island”

Property owners vote for Cook Street improvement charge

Second and third readings to come forward June 10

Guidelines for whistleblower legislation released

Effective training will be key, says Public Interest Disclosure Commissioner

Fire ban in place throughout southern Yukon

The ban applies to all open fires

Yukon vet takes practice online

Kristenn Magnusson joins Healthy Pets

Museum association calls on city, territory to work with MacBride

Year-round programming should continue, association says

Whitehorse looks to new areas for development

The new Official Community Plan will contemplate Whitehorse after Whistle Bend

Whitehorse council sets out its priorities

Much of the work is already underway, the mayor says

Ministers from across the country meet to discuss the needs of seniors

Frost says she explained the unique circumstances in the North

Territory readies for Operation Nanook

Military exercise will test the Yukon’s emergency preparedness

Lots, parcels yield little interest from developers

Tenders opened for lots in Porter Creek, Granger

From jazz to metal: Arts in the Park kicks off May 21

Jazz, folk, metal all part of 2019 lineup

Lane closure could impact restaurant’s plans to expand deck

Whitehorse city staff to look for solution to help both businesses

Whitehorse city news, briefly

A summary of some of the decisions made at the May 13 council meeting

City staff look at options to deal with bears and waste

New carts could be piloted in 2020

Residents need more time to consider local improvement charge, council is told

Some residents spoke out during a public hearing

Changes coming to end ‘dump shopping’

Tipping fees likely to be in place at landfills around Whitehorse by next March 31

Community grieves for two teens killed in a single-vehicle collision

A Haines Junction man is facing multiple charges including impaired driving

Association of Yukon Communities applauds upcoming changes to waste management

Landfills will be regionalized and illegal dumping fines will increase