Stephanie Waddell

New seniors housing option could be built in a year and a half

Connecting Care outlines plans to Yukon Council on Aging members

City turns down recreation grant funding for MacBride museum

Policy states grants won’t go to groups owing the city taxes, mayor explains

The end of the Whitehorse trolley leads to questions about the future of the tracks

Minister insists the decision not to fund the trolley was entirely a financial one

Court approves the sale of contaminated Mount Nansen mine site

The sale to Alexco and JDS has been approved as long as certain conditions are met

Yukon set to have more charging stations for electric vehicles

The new stations will charge vehicles in about 30 minutes

Whitehorse city news, briefly

Here are some of the issues put to Whitehorse city council at its April 29 meeting.

Northern Fiddlestorm forecast for Yukon Arts Centre

More than 80 fiddlers will be on stage for year-end performance

Minister defends decision not to fund trolley

The service was highly subsidized, Mostyn says

Whitehorse fire hall bid comes in over budget

Council is considering awarding work to Ketza

New playground for Rotary Peace Park gets the green light

Paddlewheeler, dog-sled among the features for updated playground at Rotary Peace Park

Money woes continue for MacBride Museum

Spring recreation grant not recommended for museum, territory no longer funding trolley

Last week’s power outage accidentally caused during upgrade work, Yukon Energy says

The power outage affected more than 12,000 customers in Whitehorse and the Southern Lakes.

Float plane operators call for more parking, dock space at Schwatka Lake

A growing population is putting more demands on the area, attendees said at a meeting April 26

Whitehorse city news, briefly

Summing up some of the decisions made this week by Whitehorse city council

Whitehorse council ponders potential local considerations in new procurement policy

City staff have suggested a local preference clause

MacBride considers selling museum land and buildings to YG

The museum is facing a tax bill of $154,000

Keeping kids safe online

Cyber safety expert to address Whitehorse parents and caregivers

First Nation calls off quarry plans

The the Da Daghay Development Corporation is not commenting on decision

City ‘scrambles’ for traffic solutions

Last week Whitehorse council discussed possibilities for major roads and intersections

The territory is aware of climate change impacts, says Pillai

Territory, city urged to take action on renewable energy