Accessibility should be considered when removing snow in Whitehorse, residents say


Over the past few weeks, the Yukon has received record-breaking amounts of snow. As of this week, there’s about 60 centimetres on the ground.

That’s making it’s difficult to get around the streets  — and it’s even harder for people with mobility challenges.

Darryl Tait, a Whitehorse resident, says unplowed streets and sidewalks are a huge barrier for him as it becomes almost impossible for him to move from his car to his destination.

“Around here, when it does snow like this, you kind of just stay at home for a bit and wait for the city to catch up. Because you know that you’re just not going to be able to

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