Business

Yukon contractors start to feel the pinch of Canada-U.S tariff spat

‘I think it’s absurd that we have tariffs because of national security…. It’s ridiculous’

Trans Mountain controversy could reshape the political landscape in B.C., Alberta and beyond

Alberta NDP and federal Liberals stand to lose the most

  • Jun 16th, 2018

Alkan Air to cancel Watson Lake flights

‘I’m not sure what kind of arrangements are going to be made’

  • Jun 11th, 2018

Claims, costs increase for Yukon workers’ compensation system

Board says it still has more money than it needs to cover liabilities

White Pass and Yukon Route set to sell for $290 million

Cruise company Carnaval’s deal includes ports, railroad and retail operations

Whitehorse firm Solvest hopes to grow business with hydroponic farms

‘When you take produce 2,000 km up the highway, you lose some nutrition’

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New Whitehorse restaurant will serve up Thai, Filipino and Western to diners

Chef Angelo, located in Granger Mall, is slated to open in early June

Yukon Zinc pleads guilty to Quartz Mining Act charges

‘The company takes these issues seriously’

Nice to meat you, General Sow

Smoke and Sow gets ready to serve up smoked brisket and other slow-cooked delights

The Kinder Morgan pipeline: How B.C. got here

Controversial expansion was decades in the making

Victoria Gold confident amended water licence won’t slow progress at Yukon’s Eagle mine

Changes to the mine plan means Yukon’s water board wants the company to apply for an amended licence

Soapmaker rebrands Carcross storefront

Woah Bear! offers locally-sourced soap and artwork

First Nation development corporation eyes fire training as business opportunity

Da Daghay Development Corp. wants to privatize training by 2019

Yukon Bonanza Box offers a surprise taste of the North

The Whitehorse-based business will ship subscribers six to eight Yukon-made items every three months

Whitehorse’s favourite revue finds new life as Klondike Follies

‘It’s like going back to the family home in a way’

Black Press Media acquires two new Alaska newspapers

New Media Investment Group to acquire the Akron (OH) Beacon Journal while Black Press Media takes on daily newspapers in Juneau and Kenai Alaska

Wheelhouse Restaurant being sold; gift certificates to be honoured by new owner

Outstanding Wheelhouse gift certificates will be accepted when the new business opens in the summer

Whitehorse business closures reflection of changing consumer priorities, WCC says

At least 8 Whitehorse businesses have closed, or announced they were closing, in recent months

Whitehorse consumers with gift cards out of luck after sudden closures

Whitehorse businesses shut their doors with little to no warning

Capstone not opening second open-pit mine at Yukon’s Minto site

Capstone had earlier planned to open another open-pit at Minto after work on the current one ended