As the Supreme Court ponders the Peel ...
- Ground problems stall work on care facility (30)
- Hartland, Boyd voted against ex-manager’s firing (16)
- Growth planned for Yukon Gardens greenhouse (12)
- Decision on quarry put off for several weeks (9)
- Details surrounding new judge remain unclear (3)
- Inquiry’s hearings will begin in Whitehorse (3)
- Please, let’s not build a quarry at Miles Canyon (2)
- Watson Lake workers strike after lockout (2)
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March 29, 2017
- Police need more support, not more limitations I know, the politically correct (PC) people don’t like me. I know, I know.
March 24, 2017
- LNG-carrying B-trains are worrisome, Mr. Mostyn Ed. note: this is a letter to Highways and Public Works Minister Richard Mostyn.
- Liberals are arrogant on carbon tax A carbon tax is morally offensive and it’s wrong, and for a simple reason.
- Need for new commissions, studies still evident Of course, Carolyn Bennett, the federal minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, attended the Intergovernmental Forum in Whitehorse last week (Star, Mar. 17).
- Police officers’ actions need limits It was disgusting to read Wade Carrell’s letter in the Star on March 21.
March 23, 2017
- Setting the stage for Arctic regional investment The Yukon First Nation Chamber of Commerce (YFNCC)
- Canada’s role in ending extreme poverty As developed nations around the world turn away from globalization and look inwards with a contrived version of false nationalism,
March 22, 2017
- This folly will create an accident waiting to happen Members of the Golden Horn, Marsh Lake and Mt. Lorne communities might want to take a closer look at YTG’s impending Carcross Cutoff intersection upgrade planned to start this May and disrupt traffic most of the summer.