Whitehorse

Accused in Riverdale murder makes first court appearance

Lynzee Harriott Silverfox sat in the prisoner’s box looking around the courtroom with a slight smile

Allan Waugh’s daughters ‘hopeful’ about Yukon RCMP’s new historical case unit

Waugh, 69, was found murdered in his McIntyre home in 2014. His homicide remains unsolved

Yukon RCMP make arrest in Riverdale murder

Lynzee Harriott Silverfox, 20, charged with second-degree murder in the death of Chelsey Tegan Bien

Whitehorse woman sells assets, calls in favours to build affordable housing complex

Porter Creek complex rents to first tenants after four-year build

Whitehorse grocery store cleans up after flood

‘We could lose some customers, which we can’t afford’

Yukon RCMP investigating Whitehorse murder

The Yukon RCMP Major Crimes Unit is investigating the territory’s first homicide…

Whitehorse council seeks public input on proposed transitional home

Yukon government plans transitional housing for youth at Wann Road site

YG seeks to ease neighbourhood concerns over housing first project

YG will consult more once design for downtown building is complete

Three busketeers: Streicker, Bagnell and Curtis announce infrastructure funding

Feds have ponied up nearly $2M for seven projects

A new leash on life: Injured Whitehorse pup settles into new home

‘I think now he’s less of a perfect dog but he’s more himself’

Broken hydrant floods Quartz Road

Leak might not be repaired until Feb. 19

Saying goodbye to Sarah Steele

Sarah, A Love Story is a tender memoir that offers an intimate look at the death of a loved one

  • Feb 15, 2018

Whitehorse holds rally for Colten Boushie

‘I lost a little faith in our humanity and in our Canadian society’

Whitehorse’s downtown needs some tough love

We’re woefully unprepared for an influx of new residents

Yukon musician Matthew Lien wants you to get out of your own head

‘First of all I can get you out of my head, and then I can put you in the Taj Mahal’

This ain’t a Muppet from your childhood: The Guild’s latest production features a raunchy hand puppet possessed by the devil

‘It’s a really deep play that is masked by a whole lot of dirty, raunchy comedy’

The Yukon has to find a way to pay for day care

Child care workers are leaving their jobs because the wages are terrible. Who can blame them?

New signs unveiled outside rebuilt Harvey’s Hut at Whitehorse Cross-Country Ski Club

‘Within a matter of days of the fire, people were raising money’

Yukon College officially unveils new $3.59M Whitehorse learning space

Innovation Commons designed to let the sunlight in

New operator applies for licence at shuttered Whitehorse daycare

Application has listed a proposed program start date of Feb. 1.