The City of Whitehorse Provides It's 4th Escarpment Slide Update
The City of Whitehorse says it'll still be a few more weeks until clean up starts on the escarpment slide.
Northern Premier Forum Had Lots On The Agenda
Northern Premiers came together today at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre for the first in-person meeting since 2019 to discuss a wide range in topics.
"It's just too soon to say"; Robert Service Way set to remain closed until further notice
The City of Whitehorse says the escarpment slide that affected Robert Service Way is still unstable and cannot be interacted with until a further stabilization of the earth occurs.
Northwestel partners with 13 Indigenous owned companies in Fibre-To-The-Home sale
13 indigenous owned companies across the North have been given the Fibre-to--the-home project from Northwestel.
New Exhibit at the Yukon Arts Centre
The newest exhibit at the Yukon Arts Centre will show the beauty of re-using old clothing.
COVID-19 Research in Old Crow by Yukon University
Yukon University received over $230,000 to research COVID-19's impact in Old Crow.
Whitehorse City Councillor looks to open up parking discussions as fewer options emerge
City Councillor Ted Laking says the need to address parking is one that won't get smaller if it is ignored.
Yukon Quest Alaska breaks up partnership with Yukon Board over rule dispute
The Yukon Quest International Association (Canada) says the governing body in Alaska made the decision unilaterally, with claims that the Yukon side didn't want to cooperate
Yukoners get set to participate in Emergency Preparedness Week
Yukon Protective Services is putting on a series of events and activities to help promote and raise awareness for emergency preparedness and being ready in the event of a situation or emergency.
Landslide Update - The Latest
Whitehorse residents can expect changes to their commutes
Escarpment slide takes out Robert Service Way & nearby trails; CoW closes road & trails until further notice
The city says the damage is extensive and will require time to clean up and assess the safety of the affected areas.
Yukon University research program awarded $75,000 for mine-water treatment project
The research project proposes a way to treat water affected by mining blasts using naturally occurring bacteria.
City of Whitehorse launches new engagement website; Improves public feedback process
The city's newly launched engagement website aims to help streamline the feedback procedures used in traditional public engagements.