Stephanie Waddell

Calling all artists: Whitehorse prepares to spend $400,000 on public art

The city released the request for artwork Sept. 13

Whitehorse council set to revisit climate change emergency declaration

Council to vote on climate change motions Sept. 23

Three artists, three work spaces, one river

Chu Niikwän Artist Residency wrapped up Sept. 15, exhibit scheduled for November

Yukon government gets set to shut territory’s government-run pot shop

The doors will shut at 7 p.m. on Oct. 17. Online sales will continue

City council news, briefly

Some of the decisions made by Whitehorse city council Sept. 9

Yukon releases its FASD Action Plan

Seven priorites, 31 actions outlined

Doctors, nurses ready to see to Whitehorse’s stuffie population

Teddy Bear Clinic set for Sept. 14 at Whitehorse General Hospital

Whitehorse calls off landscaping Alexander Street

The city will lose the federal cash that had been earmarked for the plans

A record number of people vie for Whistle Bend lots

Another lottery is expected later this fall

Gas tax funding comes to the territory

Officials set out how much will go to communities

Centennial Street apartments planned

Rezoning would allow for a nine-unit building

Developer proposes new plan for Copper Ridge property

Developer seeks city’s cash for a new 12-unit housing project

Whitehorse council news, briefly

Some of the issues discussed at the Sept. 3 Whitehorse council meeting:

UPDATED Part of the Dempster Highway remains closed thanks to LNG tanker in a ditch

The tanker went off the road into a ditch around kilometre 455

Benefitting from a business bootcamp

Launchspace kicks off three-month program

Yukon, Philippines sign employment agreement

‘Will pave the way for a stronger partnership between the Yukon and the Philippines’

UPDATED: Remembering former premier Dennis Fentie

‘He was a down-to-earth truck-driving type guy.’

Alpine Aviation gets 30 more days to deal with dock space issue

A potential agreement is in the works, Whitehorse council heard Sept. 3

Bypassing the Riverdale rush

A dedicated bus lane will be piloted for six weeks

Former Yukon premier Dennis Fentie has died

Fentie, the territory’s seventh premier, was 68