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Whitehorse proposes 2.2 per cent property tax hike

The 2020 operating budget passed first reading this week

Without hemodialysis option, Yukon man returns home to die

Terry Coventry said he hopes the Yukon government will consider offering hemodialysis in the future

RCMP asks B.C. cannabis shop to remove image of Sam Steele

Owner happy to comply with RCMP, but wants more information first

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Blair says RCMP have met Wet'suwet'en conditions, barricades should come down
Knife-wielding man arrested after barricading himself in Richmond Walmart
Trudeau wants quick, peaceful resolution to pipeline protests
Minister of Indigenous Services meets with protesters at a rail blockade

Yukon Corrections Act amendments pass

Amendments to the territorial Corrections Act that will see changes to how…

New transitional home opens its doors

Supportive housing, semi-independent living and drop-in services are set to be offered

Yukonstruct, Poor Creature wrap up legal arguments

Justice Ron Veale is expected to give his decision on the case next week.

Brad Cathers is running for Yukon Party leadership

He formally announced he entered the race on Dec. 5

Yukon Energy announces rate hike

The average Yukon household will pay an extra $20.48 every month

Second attempted murder charge laid in downtown Whitehorse shooting

Two men are now facing a total of 17 charges in relation to the shooting outside the Elite Hotel

Poor Creature, Yukonstruct have their day in court

Lawyers for each side accused the other of misrepresenting the situation

City news, briefly

Some of the news from the Dec. 2 Whitehorse city council meeting

Whitehorse officials promise improvements to cycling routes

Commuters say more focus on the downtown is needed

Whitehorse RCMP seeking suspects after robbery at Yukon Inn

Robbery took place in early hours of Nov. 27, with suspects armed with a knife and “large stick”

Freedom Trails responds to lawsuit

A statement of defence was to the Yukon Supreme Court on Nov. 19.

Access road to Telegraph Creek now open

Ministry has spent $300K to date on work to clear rockslide

Whitehorse Transit – there could soon be an app for that

The app would provide real-time information on the bus schedule

Relatives of pedestrian struck in 2001 urge change after latest fatality at the intersection

‘I don’t know what the solution is, but I just think something needs to be done’

Public hearing will focus on seniors housing development

Bylaw would alter parking and boundary alignment