Dawson City

Dawson set for millions of dollars worth of wastewater, sewage projects

Work on $15M of wastewater, sewage projects to start this spring

Goldcorp’s Coffee proposal deemed ‘inadequate’

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

Yukon Quest dog dies, race leader leaves Dawson

Allen Moore of the U.S. continues to lead at race’s halfway point

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

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

The rising sun in the land of the midnight sun

Japanese brothers in Dawson ran thriving businesses despite racism

Yukon government trying last-ditch fix for Dawson wastewater plant

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

Dawson City vying for new recreation centre

Early estimates peg the cost of a new complex at approximately $41 million

Here come the Dome plows: Dawson City’s Dome Road could open year-round

Road was temporarily plowed to the top this winter. Now officials are working to make that permanent

Dawson city council rejects miner Darrell Carey’s development application

Klondike Active Transport and Trails Society president says skiers are ‘ecstatic’

Yukon government eyes engineered river crossing for West Dawson

‘Mother Nature is a fickle mistress’

Straight and true: the story of the Yukon colours

Michael Gates | History Hunter Last week, I participated in the 150th…

  • Nov 16, 2017

Dawson City runner picks the right time to strike

‘I’m not super comfy right out in the front. Not up until the end anyway’

  • Nov 14, 2017

Let’s all celebrate Joe Boyle’s birthday

He financed a machine gun unit for WWI, escaped Russia and befreinded the queen of Romania

  • Nov 9, 2017

Premier, officials in Dawson to discuss Dome Road mining dispute

Residents protest plans to explore for gold in area overlapping ski trails

Conservation officers probe waste of moose meat near Dawson City

Seven to nine kilos of fresh meat found with part of game bag still attached

Chief Isaac and the mass media

The Yukon’s earliest newspapers frequently treated the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in poorly

  • Sep 28, 2017

Klondike theatres part 3: 1899-1900

Dawson City’s theatre scene was hot — and sometimes literally on fire

  • Sep 28, 2017

Dawson’s recreation centre set to re-open

Building doesn’t meet new earthquake standards but is otherwise stable, report says

Don’t let Dawson City’s UNESCO debate pit miner against miner

If miners shut this project down, how will others feel about us?

  • Sep 14, 2017