- RCMP officer touched colleague without her consent (20)
- Accused man had unhappy early life: forensic psychiatrist (17)
- Tiny house project envisioned for downtown (13)
- Bullying bylaw considered for city facilities (11)
- Parties assess critical Auditor General’s report (10)
- Murder trial enters its final stages (8)
- Improve women’s safety in cabs, city urged (6)
- Building 17-km road caused substantial damage (5)
November 16, 2017
- Who should be contributing what to pensions? There was recently a piece in another media outlet on the sustainability of the Yukon government pension plan.
November 15, 2017
- Computer refurbishment should trump recycling Refurbishing and reusing computers is far more sustainable than recycling them.
- Back on Track event is set for Dec. 1 in Vancouver It seems lately that every time you read the newspaper,
- This is a harmful recycling of the same idea John Streicker, the minister of Community Services, was on CBC radio last week about the proposed electronic fees, which the Star has also reported on.
November 14, 2017
- A Senate candidate who would make sense A letter to the editor from Wade Carrell (Star, Nov. 10) that he just could be the next territorial senator must have sent shock waves through the political field.
- A hospital bed or services are always available Ed. note: this is an open letter to all Yukoners.
November 10, 2017
- An unsafe highway is a route to liability problems The Yukon government is leaving itself open to possible lawsuits if it’s found that people are being harmed by an Alaska Highway that is not up to modern-day safety standards.
- Could this old prospector become Yukon’s senator? Murray Martin caught my attention with his letter “Territory’s Senate position remains up for grabs” (Star, Nov. 6).
November 8, 2017
- Is there tough sledding ahead for the Liberals? Premier Sandy Silver and his Yukon Liberals are coming to realize they are soon to be faced with the harsh reality of getting much more than they wished for.
- How is rotating patients among hospitals sensible? It is good to read of work done well in providing care for patients at Whitehorse General Hospital (WGH).
- Non-lethal solutions needed for elk problem Re: YFGA calls for sustainable solutions to farmers concerns with Yukon elk.
- Are you fed up with hypocritical Liberals? It was revealed this week that a leading fundraiser for the federal Liberal party hides some of his money offshore so he doesn’t have to pay taxes on it in Canada.
- Don’t mimic Trudeau’s folly here, Mr. Silver Premier Sandy Silver may rightly be tagging the Yukon Party as at least partly responsible for this year’s expected deficit.
November 7, 2017
- The world is proving a turbulent place There is a new world order coming for the peoples of the world to deal with.