Charging stations not busy as Yukon government eyes

Whitehorse is the capital and only city of Yukon, and the largest city in northern Canada.It was incorporated in 1950 and is located at kilometre 1426 (Historic Mile 918) on the Alaska Highway in southern Yukon. Whitehorse's downtown and Riverdale areas occupy both shores of the Yukon River, which originates in British Columbia and meets the Bering Sea in Alaska. Whitehorse's Yukon Arts Centre offers all varieties of shows and artists and includes an art gallery.. Snow sculptures from the Whitehorse International Snow Sculpture Contest.. The Frantic Follies Vaudeville Revue was a major tourist draw established in 1970, until it closed in 2017, citing falling tourist numbers. [34] Recreating an 1890s style gold rush era vaudeville show, The Frantic Whitehorse (total area population 27,889 as of 2013) is the capital and largest city of Yukon, Canada and the largest city in northern Canada.It was incorporated in 1950 and is located at kilometre 1426 on the Alaska Highway in southern Yukon. Whitehorse's downtown and Riverdale areas occupy both shores of the Yukon River, which originates in British Columbia and meets the Bering Sea in Alaska. Yukon's three fast-charging stations for electric cars haven't exactly been busy since their launch last November, but that could change with the territorial government aiming to put thousands of electric vehicles on the road over the next decade.Drivers have plugged into the three stations—two in Whitehorse, one in Carcross—just under 550 times in 10 months, according to figures released Whitehorse is located at kilometre 1,425 but the entertainment in Dawson City's Palace Grand Theatre and Diamond Tooth Gertie's Gambling Casino. At the end of the 1980 season they left Dawson City. In January 1981, the show joined the "Snow Birds" for a season and moved to St. Petersburg, Florida, for a four-month run. The fall of 1990 saw the Frantic Follies taking to the road again as RCMP, the Whitehorse Fire Department and the coroner are investigating a house fire Wednesday, in the neighbourhood of Porter Creek.A 61-year-old Whitehorse woman was the only occupant of the house. She was pronounced dead after she was taken to the hospital.In a news release, the Yukon Coroner's Service identified the woman as Catherine Rosaire Antaya, and said she was a longtime resident of

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