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Goldcorp’s Coffee proposal deemed ‘inadequate’

Mining company now has 180 days to answer the assessment board’s questions

Taxi driver arrested after pedestrian struck outside Salvation Army

Victim, 40, taken to hospital with non-lifethreatening injuries

Yukon union, hospital corporation dispute implications of new lab contract

YEU says Whitehorse lab slated for closure, YHC says it’s not

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Wyatt’s World

  • Feb 7th, 2018

Dawson’s Palace Grand theatre set to re-open this summer

$6M project installed new heating, electrical, ventilation, and fire suppression systems

City of Whitehorse shuffles staff as months-long vacancies mount

Four high-level jobs with the city remain unfilled

Defence to launch Charter application after Darryl Sheepway sentencing

Sheepway was found guilty of second-degree murder last month of killing Christopher Brisson

YG issues request for proposals to find location of Yukon’s first pot shop

Request for proposals requires that the proposed store be in Marwell

Whitehorse counting cars for downtown parking study

Ideas range from tweaking parking rules to building a parkade

Whitehorse council hears first reading of $77M operations budget

‘I would like to see us, you know, try tightening up our ship a little bit’

Construction of Whitehorse French high school won’t start until 2019: documents

Plans were delayed when contaminated soil was found under the old F.H. Collins site last year

Preliminary hearing to start for man charged in 2016 Watson Lake murder

Olson Wolftail, 87, was found dead in his home in December 2016

Wyatt’s World

  • Feb 2nd, 2018

Greyhound suing Rancheria motel, Yukon government over collision with backhoe

In the lawsuit, Greyhound alleges that the January 2017 accident cost it more than $300,000

Two Yukon teams receive Arctic Inspiration Prize awards

A peacemaking circle training project and a forest school program were the two Yukon winners

Yukon promises review of Child and Family Services Act

‘We want to look to the future. We want to look at adequate resources. We want to focus on wellness’

Yukon electoral boundaries commission plans meetings

Ridings must be reviewed after every two elections

Whitehorse bus lane pilot project a success: city

Even riders in Porter Creek noticed improvements, transit manager says