Stephanie Waddell

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

Northwestel applies to extend internet usage relief

Use is at 50 per cent more since last month

Dawson City Music Festival cancelled

First time festival won’t happen

Skate park plans roll forward

“The new park is going to blow people’s minds”

Services building contract award postponed

Will come back to city council April 27

Kids Kreate moves online

More than 100 tune in to first Yukon Arts Centre offering

Lottery finalizes Whitehorse food truck sites for 2020 season

Indigenous cuisine, mini donuts, grilled cheese, soups, southern style barbecue, grilled kabobs,…

City won’t enforce rules around cardboard disposal

Cardboard can be thrown in trash, but residents encouraged to store it if they can

Free transit, parking will continue in Whitehorse

Penalties, interest eliminated on utility bills until Sept. 30

Service organizations contemplate the future

Community “outragously generous’, says food bank executive director

World Autism Month underway

Light Yukon Blue continues despite COVID-19

City hall, briefly

A look at issues discussed by Whitehorse city council at its April…

Champagne and Aishihik First Nations declare state of emergency

The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations have become the latest government to…

City readies for another food truck season

Physical distance will be encouraged