Stephanie Waddell

Public hearing will focus on seniors housing development

Bylaw would alter parking and boundary alignment

RCMP arrest two following downtown Whitehorse shooting

Police say a man was shot early Sunday morning outside the 202 Motor Inn in Whitehorse

Housing tops residents’ concerns ahead of Whitehorse Official Community Plan

What We Heard document calls for more compact development in existing neighbourhoods

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Some of the decisions that were made at the Nov. 25 Whitehorse city council meeting

Plan for Keno Way commercial zone moves ahead

Public hearing scheduled for Jan. 13

Whitehorse starts planning for Whistle Bend commercial zone

The new rules would be specifically for Keno Way

Whitehorse Council told to use 2020 budget for cycling infrastructure

Public hearing draws delegations on spending plan

Seniors housing developer asks for parking considerations

Public hearing would be held in January

After more than 50 years, Trans North is looking for new owners

Company will cease operations as of April 30, 2020

Speaker set to share his experience with ADHD and learning disabilities

‘I still see what I was going through 10 years ago’

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Some of the discussions from the Nov. 18 Whitehorse city council meeting

CYFN launches rural food program

Individual First Nations will work with CYFN on program delivery

Rivers to Ridges readies for new forest school preschool program

The Nest preschool program starts Jan. 7

Remembering Capt. Dick Stevenson, the inventor of the sourtoe cocktail

The Captain, who created the drink that in turn created countless honourary…

PSAC president speaks out about Queen’s Printer, Central Stores situation

‘It’s not good for the Yukon. It’s not good for the taxpayers of the Yukon.’

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Some of the decisions made at the Nov. 12 Whitehorse council meeting

In with the old for Dawson City

Town council considers new heritage bylaw

Whitehorse releases proposed $33M capital budget for 2020

It includes money for upgrading city infrastructure along with focusing on reducing energy use

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The Food for Fines campaign and transit passes for a refugee family came up at City Hall this week