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The Canada Games Centre will close at 3 p.m. Sept. 1 for staff training
The CGC will close so staff can train in emergency procedures and customer service
Listening in on bat populations along McIntyre Creek
Hello? Any-bat-ty out there?
Yukon artist up for national prize
Rebekah Miller says birch bark corset embodies nature in female form and attempts to enter memory.
Arctic Inspiration Prize deadline approaches
Letters of intent accepted until Sept. 7
Home prices reach new record-highs in second-quarter real estate report
The average sale price of a single-detached house in Whitehorse was $650,700.
Healthy living survey asks Yukoners about recreation and exercise habits
Those who answer the survey can win prizes.
City of Whitehorse mayoral candidates partake in youth-led climate forum
The youth-led climate forum posed questions to the mayoral candidates about their plans to tackle climate change
Minister appoints 15-member Innovation Commission to help plan five-year innovation strategy
What’s old is new again as YG asks for help in developing innovation strategy
Silver extends congralutions to Yukon’s Paralympic representatives Jessica Frotten, Stephanie Dixon
Stephanie Dixon and Jessica Frotten will represent the Yukon proudly, says Premier Sandy Silver
Yukon Arts Centre increases theatre capacity after state of emergency lifts
Masks will remain mandatory during preformances.
Comments on noise bylaw for Haines Junction open for another two weeks
Council listens to dialogue on new rules around noise
Yukon Party leader criticizes Chief Medical Officer’s decision to enter partisan politics
Currie Dixon called on Brendan Hanley to resign from his position.
$100,000 lottery ticket sold in Haines Junction
Thomas Carlick wins cash prize
Whitehorse firefighters want more cancer coverage in updated legislation
Seven additional cases will be added to the list, but two more are still being negotiated.
Lawsuit alleges beating of man experiencing mental health crisis at Whitehorse jail
Defendants include the Whitehorse Correctional Centre, two managers and five corrections officers.
Changes to Yukon Coroner’s Act promise modernization
A process is being designed to allow families of deceased people to request a full inquest.
Living cultural and historical site keeps spiritual essence intact
Past and present connect for Huchá Hudän (Flatland People)
Youth will led climate change forum for those running for the mayor or Whitehorse position
‘The climate emergency should be on the forefront of the City of Whitehorse municipal election’
Huchá Hudän/Fort Selkirk plan represents decades of work
New buffer zone protects Huchá Hudän/ Fort Selkirk for future generations
YAC and City of Whitehorse have partnered to create the Street Eats & Beats Cultural Festival
The new festival will highlight the city’s culinary and art scenes from Sept. 9-11