Stephanie Waddell

Fire ban lifted across most of the territory

Ban remains in place at Kluane National Park

New surface coming to LePage Park

Renovations are set to begin in August

Help Wanted: Yukon businesses struggle due to labour shortage

There are lots of jobs, but where are the workers?

This week at Whitehorse city hall

Some decisions made by Whitehorse city council at its July 8 meeting:

Whitehorse council defers decision on roundtable policy

It’s now expected to come forward in September

Expanded fair to showcase farming fun

Inaugural Yukon Farm Fair will feature tractor tows, local wares, a bench show and more

How do you define a meeting?

Maybe Whitehorse council is just having “gatherings”

Affordable housing in the downtown

A dozen units will be sold at or below median price

Vote to close Whitehorse council and administration meetings to the public slated for next week

City staff say the new policy better aligns with best practices.

Golden Predator sets sights on reopening Brewery Creek mine

The mine could employ 100 workers and be operational in 18 months

Council approves more money for Whitehorse’s new operations building

Change orders result in another half million dollars being spent

Help wanted to end homelessness

Advisory board is looking for more members to administer federal funds locally

Whitehorse city news, briefly

Some of the decisions made at the June 24 council meeting

Council considers changes to the Whitehorse transit service

Talks are beginning to implement parts of the transit master plan

Whitehorse council defers vote on climate change declaration until September

The decision comes after a lengthy debate in front of a packed room

Changes could mean closing Whitehorse council and senior management meetings to the public

Sessions, which are separate from official council meetings, would be closed to the public

City news, briefly

A summary of some of the issues discussed at the June 17 Whitehorse city council meeting

A musical environment: educator Remy Rodden to retire, focus on music full-time

Remy Rodden, a popular educator with Environment Yukon, is retiring from the government