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Residents speak out against parking plan for seniors housing project

The developer wants a reduction in parking spots at the proposed supportive living facility

Claims process for Indian day schools settlement opens

Eight Yukon day schools are on the final approved list of facilities covered by the settlement

Judge awards Yukon company $105k for unpaid work on Haines Highway

A British Columbia-based contractor owes a Whitehorse construction company more than $105,000…

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BC COS rescues two elk from under collapsed haystack in Smithers

Trappers rescued after being stranded outside northeast of Ross River for seven days

The trappers’ snowmobile broke down while they were on their way to their cabin.

Yukoners show support for the Wet’suwet’en

A demonstration wound its way through downtown on Jan. 10

Second Avenue study nears completion

City engineer promises that the document will be made public at a roundtable discussion

City news, briefly

Some of the discussions from the Jan. 9th meeting of Whitehorse city council

Fortymile caribou hunt opened to prevent Alaska from possibly taking Yukon’s share: spokesperson

Environment Yukon says hunt will support conservation goals. Chief Joseph says Yukon shouldn’t be letting Alaska decide.

Trial begins for man accused in 2017 Carmacks murder

Jury hears from police officer who found blood inside and outside victim’s house

Updated: Coroner’s inquest into Cynthia Blackjack’s death to begin in Carmacks, continue in Whitehorse

The first two days of the inquest will be held at the Carmacks community centre

Whitehorse considers giving a fire truck to the territorial government

The second-hand truck would provide additional support during larger-scale events

Jury selected for Carmacks man’s first-degree murder trial

Tyler Aaron Skookum is charged in relation to death of Wilfred Charlie in 2017.

New board elected for Humane Society Yukon

The former board had said the society was in dire straits

Premier Silver announces spring sitting date

Politicians will be back in the legislative assembly March 5

Yukoners asked to mull over ending the seasonal time change

A public engagement survey over whether to stop changing our clocks closes in February

Updated: Yukoner who chose coming home over hemodialysis dies

Terry Coventry, 74, had kidney failure. He returned to Whitehorse to be with family and friends

Whitehorse council votes to rebuild Mount McIntyre ski bridge despite concerns over height

Cabott was the only council member to vote against the contract at a scarcely-publicized special meeting