Stephanie Waddell

Municipal leaders zero in on communication when it comes to the next MP

Yukon communities want more communication with feds

Operators tout ‘solid’ tourism numbers

Surveys show visitors coming to the territory

New city policy would keep most roundtable talks with Whitehorse council open

New policy comes after council backed away from a policy that would have closed the meetings

Changes come to Yukon government labour market programs

More than 20 programs have become three

Santa needs a new transmission

Garbage Truck Santa hopes to have his truck fixed up in time for the Christmas season

Opposition parties call for new approach to electoral reform

NDP plans motion for all-party committee to work on issue

Plans for Mah’s Point Two are back on

Provided they get more sales than last time, Mah’s Point Two expected to be finished in 2021

City of Whitehorse ponders new procurement policy

City continues efforts to draft new policy

Liberal campaign gun promise raises questions for Yukon municipalities

Liberals vow municipalities could implement handgun bans

‘It’s infuriating’: Green candidate loses out on bus ads

City of Whitehorse official says there was no contract in place for the bus space

Whitehorse council news, briefly

Some of the decisions made at Whitehorse city council Sept. 23

Whitehorse’s Culture Days continue to expand

There are more than 24 events scheduled around the city this year

Pilot project aims to address gaps in Yukon’s nominee program

The new program will launch in January 2020

Community Laundry Project offers clean clothes and camaraderie

The next free evening is slated for Oct. 8

What’s next for Whitehorse after declaring a climate change emergency?

The city plans to complete two self-assessments as part of its climate declaration

City of Whitehorse declares climate change emergency

One of many communities around the world to make a declaration

Council considers removing bridge

Staff look at temporary and permanent options

Whitehorse dedicated bus lane trial ‘going great,’ transit official says

The city is trialling a dedicated bus lane on Lewes Boulevard between Alsek and Hospital Roads

Whitehorse council green lights development incentive for 12-unit building

Coun. Steve Roddick expressed concerns over the building but ended up voting in favour