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Whitehorse daycare abruptly shuts down, leaving parents scrambling

Owners of Cheeky Monkey daycare said they had to close Jan. 13 because the CRA seized their assets

Smooth sailing on day one of transit pilot project

Transit manager said buses moved well through Riverdale traffic

Agreement signed between Yukon government and Teslin Tlingit Council

Document outlines shared priorities between the two governments

Frustration greets YG town halls on Yukon’s tire, e-waste recycling fees

‘I am frustrated because there’s no actual answers to any of the questions’

Yukon government provides more details on its proposed pot rules

Police will be able to throw stoners in the drunk tank, under proposed rules

Contentious Whitehorse quarry proposal raises city hackles

‘We’ve had concerns from the get-go on this one’

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Orcas put on a show near Hornby Island
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Police investigate first Cloverdale murder of 2018

Whitehorse transit pilot project dedicates lane to morning buses

‘Why ever use a bus if you’re sitting in traffic?’

Extension requested for closing date on Whitehorse affordable housing complex

Challenge Disability Resource Group waiting on $7M from Yukon government before breaking ground

Sponsored Syrian families depart Yukon

‘People were able to feel they were able to make a human connection’

Man sent to hospital after Whitehorse crosswalk collision

RCMP say no charges laid in Second Avenue incident

Longtime Whitehorse doctor Lis Densmore dead at 69

Family members and former patients remember her as compassionate and loving adventure

Whitehorse zoning change could put Yukon’s first pot shop in Marwell

City planner says YG looking to put sales and retail under same roof

Yukon government trying last-ditch fix for Dawson wastewater plant

Streicker said a new filter is the last option before YG pursues lawsuit

Nehass charged for failing to report in B.C.

His next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 16

Liberals promise to overhaul Yukon’s rules of the road but say it will take years

Current regulations riddled with blind spots, including self-driving cars

Yukon’s commissioner, Doug Phillips, wraps up seven years on the job

No word yet from Ottawa when a replacement will be appointed

Porcupine caribou herd reaches record numbers

Population definitely a high, future decline ‘inevitable’: biologist

Proposed Mount Sima solar farm under YESAB review

‘Energy production is about to be democratized, for lack of a better word’