Stephanie Waddell

Watson Lake council approves accommodations tax

The levy will be phased in beginning at three per cent in 2020

The Force awakens for YukomiCon’s Geek-End Market

Celebrating geek culture

Bob Dickson gets second term as Kluane First Nation chief

Bob Dickson acclaimed for second term

City delays inspection amid controversy over Schwatka Lake dock

Parking pressures postpones plans

Billions in funding announced for abandoned mine reclamation work

$2.2 billion will go to work at eight former mine sites in Yukon, N.W.T.

Public meeting scheduled to discuss Whitehorse’s Official Community Plan

The meeting is happening Aug. 29 from 4 to 7 p.m.

Whistle Bend land lottery deadline extended

The new deadline for applications is Sept. 6

Child and youth advocate speaks out on school attendance

Young Yukoners are entitled to an education, says King

A look inside Whitehorse’s operations building

A phased-in move is expected to begin in October

Yukon Energy granted amendments to its water licence for Mayo Lake

The company has been ordered to create a drought plan and monitor fish

Canada Games Centre tests new software

You may want to hold off on buying those punch cards

Start of the Whitehorse school year signals traffic changes

School zones in effect starting Aug. 21

Growing algae problem plagues Whistle Bend pond

Water sampling underway to address issue

Safe At Home updates council on work to find homes for Whitehorse homeless

Twenty people have found housing through by-name list, officials say

Former Yukoner makes her mark on the medical world

Chisom Ikeji awarded for residency work, continues career with Yale fellowship

Yukon Energy seeks emergency amendment to water licence

Mayo Lake sees low water levels

Acknowledging the existence of records is an invasion of privacy: privacy commissioner

It’s the first time Diane McLeod-McKay has been asked to review that part of Yukon’s access laws.

Council news, briefly

Some of the decisions made at the Aug. 5 Whitehorse city council meeting

Dawson set to be home to the first Yukon pot shop outside Whitehorse

A public hearing has been scheduled to discuss bylaw changes

40 years of theatre at the Guild

“It’s just a big family,” says artistic director