- Infilling plan would create more country lots (14)
- Qualified independent party to inspect WCC (8)
- Home owner takes issue with city inspection (8)
- Dog’s fate is bounding into a courtroom (6)
- Dogs have made life unbearable, residents say (5)
- Woman found (3)
- Students having problems with bus schedule (2)
- Man seriously hurt in Porter Creek shooting (2)
September 13, 2017
- The care of these wonderful people was exceptional This is an open letter to home care Yukon and the doctors who looked after my wife,
- Is the bureaucrats’ control of our politicians new? I see that some Yukon sectors report increased difficulties in dealing with the Yukon government
- Legalized cannabis opens up many questions Cannabis will be made legal by next year.
- Blindly putting the cart before the horse There are many major points the feds and the territory must consider before using taxpayers’ dollars to develop backroads into the environment.
September 11, 2017
- Investing $360-M-plus in mining is just wrong Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced this unprecedented Yukon mining incentive plan on Sept. 2,
- The ‘X factor’ of roads into the backlands Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently made an announcement of tax dollars being spent on roads that benefit mineral exploration and mining companies as job opportunities.
- Cats are running wild in Copper Ridge We have a cat, but we control the cat when it is outdoors.
- Why can the Fraser Institute call itself a charity? The Whitehorse Star frequently publishes articles by the Fraser Institute.
September 8, 2017
- Health care providers can avoid the ransomware risk It appears that the risk of ransomware attacks locking doctors and medical institutions out of their own files has now become a reality for some areas of Canada.
- The UNESCO designation is the right course The nomination of Trondek-Klondike for UNESCO World Heritage designation is a contentious subject.
- Mayor, councillors don’t need more pay! So the mayor and council want to increase the wages of the next set of council members
- Justice delayed is justice denied, Mr. Trudeau Ed. note: this is a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
- In heartfelt gratitude to our medical professionals We often take the staff of the Whitehorse hospital as just servants of the public to keep us well and alive.
- Kudos to all for beginning this vital project I am a former councillor who supported the decision to build a new municipal operations building.
September 6, 2017
- Let’s strive for a pharmacare plan by 2020 It is not questioned that we live in one of the best countries in the world.
- Justin Trudeau breezes into a B.C. town Prime Minister Trudeau blew into Kelowna, B.C. with the ease of a cool summer breeze.
- Hospital patients need full Internet access This is an open letter to Health and Social Services Minister Pauline Frost, Philip Fitzgerald, chair of the Yukon Hospital Foundation, and Piers McDonald, a Northwestel board member in Whitehorse.
September 5, 2017
- Will he return before the 2019 election campaign? The Yukon Conservative Association would like to welcome Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his first trip to Yukon as the prime minister of Canada.
September 1, 2017
- Your policies and practices fill me with disgust Ed. note: this is an open letter to the Yukon Utilities Board.