Housing

NVD eyes waterfront condos with help from Whitehorse city grant

Prices for 44-unit project will range from $400k to $800k

Yukon signs on to national housing plans

YG mum on exactly how much money territory will get, or what its goals are

Whitehorse mulls zoning changes to allow densification

Previous attempts to increase density brought ‘NIMBYs out in full force’ councillor says

Yukon housing minister promises announcement ‘in the coming days and weeks’

Opposition presses for details as social housing wait list balloons

ANALYSIS: Concerns about property values overblown, experts say

‘As demand increases, the price will increase’

YG seeks to ease neighbourhood concerns over housing first project

YG will consult more once design for downtown building is complete

KDFN treats apartment buildings for bedbugs

Residents of one the buildings expressed frustration at years-long, recurring issue

Bedbug situation in Whitehorse building becoming intolerable, resident says

Gabriel Smarch said he’s been dealing with bedbugs since he moved into his apartment 15 years ago

Whitehorse groups get cash to help victims of violence find housing

‘It’s all the things surrounding finding a shelter as soon as possible’

Ross River Dena Council to rebuild duplexes after contractor abandons site

RRDC says Vancouver-based company built units that did not meet safety standards then left

Yukon government announces housing first project for Whitehorse

‘It’s too early to quote an amount of money,’ housing minister says of $2.7M project

Yukon government pressured to do more to solve Ross River housing woes

Future use of six soon-to-vacant YG staff units remains unclear

New River Bend housing complex opens in Whitehorse

Subsidized units are for Ta’an Kwäch’än Council members and Yukoners on social housing wait list

Whitehorse man facing eviction after social assistance didn’t fully cover rent

Ted Shepherd, 59, says landlord won’t relent over $160 shortfall

Whistle Bend’s Phase 5 standing by

20-hectare development will have enough lots for 575 units

Whitehorse pares down infill proposal, eyes next stage

‘You really can’t do much of anything on bedrock’

‘No question’ about need for more affordable housing: YAPC

Rental vacancy rate drops to under two per cent in Whitehorse

Facing Whitehorse’s red-hot housing market, Stratford Motel residents wonder where to go

‘I don’t want to wind up on the street, especially now with my age and my health. I won’t last a year’

Infill proposal ‘misleading to the people,’ Whitehorse resident claims

People in country residential areas say the city should greenspace in their neighbourhoods