Stephanie Waddell

Refrigeration work at the CGC could cost the city a cool $500,000

The work would be done over four weeks in 2020

Residents resist new apartment building on Centennial Street

At a public hearing residents claimed the development would mean less privacy, block sunlight and parking issues

SLIDESHOW: Bagnell wins a close one

The fight to be Yukon’s MP came down to 164 votes

Bagnell declared re-elected but Smith not ready to concede

The fight to be Yukon’s MP came down to 72 votes

UPDATED: F.H. Collins evacuated following bomb threat

Yukon RCMP temporarily closed the bridge into and out of Riverdale

Mount McIntyre ski bridge will stay standing

Less than a month after voting to tear it down, council hopes bridge can be fixed in time for the AWG

City news, briefly

A look at the decisions made by Whitehorse city council at its Oct. 15 meeting

Whitehorse officials call Yukon’s new driver licensing software ‘a step back’

The mayor says he’s ‘surprised’ YG is using a system that will no longer sync with the city’s

New video program aims to help document Yukon First Nation languages

14 trainees are learning video skills to document language and culture

Whitehorse council adopts roundtable policy

Most sessions between council and management will remain open

City cyclists call for improved bike infrastructure

A petition calls on the City of Whitehorse to implement its bicycle network plan

New policy would govern how city facilities are booked

The new policy sets out priorities for the use of city recreation spaces

Whitehorse city news, briefly

Some of the decisions discussed at the council meeting Oct. 7

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