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Whitehorse council talks hotel height increase

Proposal to build a taller hotel passes first reading

Old abandoned safe unearthed in Dawson City

‘I hope they find something, even if it’s old documents or old photographs’

  • Aug 10th, 2018
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Whitehorse woman charged after RCMP seize cocaine, heroin, pills

Police allege the woman possessed drugs including heroin and a suspected cocaine-fentanyl mix

Yukoners rally to support Telegraph Creek residents displaced by fire

‘It’s definitely a sacred place for our family’

Feds award $80M Faro construction manager contract

‘Finally, we are coming to a place where we can put the shovel in the ground’

Yukon Supreme Court overturns Cobalt Construction’s acquittal on Destruction Bay site decommissioning

Cobalt and its president were acquitted last fall of violating an environmental protection order

Whitehorse lawyer launches campaign for city council

‘People care about this place. They’re fired up. They have good ideas’

Environment Yukon cancels outfitters’ Finlayson caribou quotas for 2019-20 season

The two affected outfitters will have their Finlayson quotas reduced to zero next year

German tourists fined for trying to take fish, grouse from Yukon without permit

The couple pleaded guilty to violating the Wildlife Act and federal fishery regulations July 31

Cost, workload top Yukon mayors’ concerns about ATIPP

YG says draft bill won’t force cities and towns to follow access rules, despite commissioner’s urging

Yukon Liberals present plans for new lobbying law

Streicker says act will be tabled in the fall but can’t say when the rules will take effect

Yukon government to knock down old McDonald Lodge after all

‘It was decided by both parties that demolition would be the best way forward’

Yukon Supreme Court declares former YG employee a vexatious litigant

Former HPW heavy equipment operator ordered to pay $670 in costs

Crown appeals sentence of former Yukon man who sexually abused girls

The man is also appealing his sentence, arguing he wasn’t given enough credit for pre-sentence custody

Police warn public to be wary of phone scams

No, you can’t pay back taxes with iTunes gift cards

Whitehorse waterfront hotel project seeks height limit increase

‘Now we approach Whitehorse’s crown jewel, the waterfront’

Yukon liquor survey finds a desire for alcohol in grocery stores

‘Given that the public has given us an indication on it, that’s something we’ll consider’