infrastructure

Yukon communities use $2.79 million from Gas Tax Fund on 20 projects

Yukon MP Larry Bagnell and Community Services Minister John Streicker made the announcement March 5.

 

Yukon premier calls for infrastructure funding ‘flexibility’

‘You’re kind of limiting us in our ability over the next 10 years to spend that federal money’

 

Ross River’s historic footbridge reopens

‘This bridge, over time, has filled the needs of our people’

 

Yukon receives $445 million in federal infrastructure funding

Cash includes money for green infrastructure, energy, public transit

‘New way of thinking’ about infrastructure funding asks First Nations and municipalities to chip in

Some of YG’s 25 per cent share of infrastructure cash may come from municipalities or First Nations

High and dry: Destruction Bay dock rendered useless by declining water levels

‘The priority launch should be where there is a community’

Three busketeers: Streicker, Bagnell and Curtis announce infrastructure funding

Feds have ponied up nearly $2M for seven projects

No Resource Gateway construction work this season, YG says

‘We’re not as advanced as we would have liked to have been but we still are advancing’

Whitehorse aims to repair sewer pipe by freeze-up

‘The reality is that I don’t see this as optional’

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

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

Broken Porter Creek sewer pipe ‘a bona-fide emergency’: city staff

‘Hopefully the backup pipe doesn’t break’

Alexander Street improvements are a go

Council votes to allow LIC amid misgivings surrounding voting system

YG awards Nares River bridge contract

$12.6 M crossing will replace dilapidated wooden span

City of Whitehorse budgets $30M for infrastructure over four years

‘I think we’re concentrating on the most important things’

Proposed Whitehorse capital budget heavy on infrastructure funding

‘We’ve seen an unprecedented amount of infrastructure dollars from the federal government’

Whitehorse council takes another step towards Alexander Street LIC

Local ratepayers will cough up $475k for $3.2M project

Public money for Yukon mining roads is a bad idea

Yukon Conservation Society says Yukon Resource Gateway Project a danger to the environment

  • Oct 10, 2017

Whitehorse city hall roundup

Council sets meeting date for Alexander Street improvement charge, punts pay hike

Gone to potholes: Whitehorse proposes local improvement charge to help fund Alexander St. repairs

Under proposal, local property owners would cover $475k of $3.2M project