Stephanie Waddell

Rezoning proposed for downtown Whitehorse property

Rezoning would allow for downtown suite at 604 Black St.

2020 Southeast Alaska State Fair cancelled

Another annual event popular with Yukoners has been cancelled. On May 1,…

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whtiehorse city council this week. Council…

Community Canada Day events off this year

Legion explores new ways to celebrate national holiday

Fireweed Community Market officials ready for a very different season

Consultations underway with local vendors

Residents asked to respect the rules of new track and field facility

“The turf does not restore itself like traditional grass fields”

Executive director hired for Pride Centre

Joe Wickenhauser has been hired as the executive director of the territory’s…

Raven Recycling readies for partial reopening

Cardboard, paper expected to be accepted in the coming days

Services building contract awarded

KZA will be responsible for design

Speed reduction study approved

Will explore the pros and cons of changing the speed limit throughout downtown

Whitehorse city council and management learn of wildfire risk to community

Next step will see recommendations to address risk

Property tax deadlines extended

Yukon property owners have until Sept. 2 to pay taxes this year without penalty

Shelter efforts around COVID-19 outlined

Public Health Agency of Canada recommendations being followed

City hall, briefly

A look at decisions made by Whitehorse city council this week. Compost…

Duke Connelly remembered

‘He was one of a kind’

Yukon Mining Week goes virtual

Four $1,000 scholarships up for grabs

Councillor queries making room for more active transportation

Physical distancing making some trails more difficult to use

Proposed study would look at reducing speed downtown

Council will vote on $15,000 budget amendment April 27