Stephanie Waddell

Whitehorse city council contemplates OCP change for section of the tank farm

Change would allow for commercial industrial use instead of current residential classification

Whitehorse city council adjusts to a new reality amid COVID-19 pandemic

The impact of the pandemic is being felt across city departments

Whitehorse waives transit and parking fees until April 13

Decision is part of effort to reduce potential transmission of COVID-19, city spokesperson says

CRTC tells Northwestel to resubmit overage fee-waiving application “without preconditions”

Northwestel had submitted an urgent application to waive internet overage fees earlier this week.

Whitehorse city council to continue holding meetings, but over phone

The gallery will be closed to the public, but meetings will be broadcasted on TV and online

Reduce, reuse, refill

Entrepreneurs eye starting up a new environmentally-friendly bulk shop to cut down on plastic

Yukon College, territory’s public schools shut doors amid COVID-19 concerns

Yukon College will be delivering some classes online, while public schools closed until April 15.

UPDATED: Cancellations and closures sweep the Yukon as COVID-19 concerns increase

Facilities, performances and businesses temporarily shut.

Northwestel applies to waive Internet overage fees in light of COVID-19 spread

Northwestel submitted an urgent application to the CRTC on March 16.

City news, briefly

Some of the decisions from the March 9 Whitehorse council meeting

‘That’s the unfortunate part, we don’t have a feeling of success’: Yukoners regroup following AWG cancellation

Officials across a number of sectors in the Yukon, from government to…

Dawson City bans single-use plastic

The new rules start on Earth Day

A look back and ahead at what fuels Yukon transportation

Museum gets set to host its first Electric Vehicle Discovery Day

New skateboard park expected this year

Yukon government official says the tender will be released in the Spring

Yukon government ends seasonal time change

Once Yukon springs forward there will be no falling back

City news, briefly

Some of the discussions from Whitehorse city council on March 2

Heart of Riverdale gets set for art marathon

The March 8 event grew out of past dance marathons

Yukon College gets set to host first university convocation

May 8 and 9 will see numerous events marking the establishment of Yukon University

Move-in starts for Yukon’s Housing First building

The first two residents moved in in mid-February