- Transit users advised to find alternatives (14)
- Disaster planning is crucial, conference delegates told (9)
- Some buses won’t run today, city says (8)
- Entrepreneur, innovators to receive a new hub (8)
- Senior injured on stairs after elevator fails (5)
- Southern Tutchone will adorn city signs (5)
- Cost of proposed infill lots: $230,000 (4)
- City to bring forward various issues to local gov’t meeting (2)
January 12, 2018
- Yukoners should analyze carbon tax Why won’t the federal and Yukon governments let local people or firms complete an analysis of the carbon tax?
- Film industry should join this century The Golden Globes celebrate the best fiction in movies and on TV (Star, Jan. 8).
- We are petitioning for a $15 minimum wage A new year begins, and with it, a new hope that the working lives of northerners continue to improve.
January 10, 2018
- Why has your tax office vow been broken? Ed. note: this is a letter to federal Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier.
- Climate change report doesn’t fit Yukon The Auditor General’s report on procedures to improve the Yukon’s handling of climate change, as reported in the Star in late 2017, is flawed.
January 9, 2018
- Ideas on pot sales, Canada’s tax regime The federal government plans to make pot legal to sell,
January 8, 2018
- Tim Hortons: corporation, Liberals want more Re. how some Tim Hortons franchise owners in Ontario are treating their employees.
- We’ve learned resistance is futile at best “All we have to fear is fear itself.
January 5, 2018
- Trudeau, Morneau should take their leave Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said “Merry Christmas” to all Canadians by essentially saying, “I can do what I want!”
- Northwestel is helping local sports flourish in our city As we pass the midway point of the futsal (indoor soccer) season for soccer organizations across the Yukon,
- Punishment should reflect the crime Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s promise to implement Criminal Code changes,
- Let’s continue to improve recycling methods The Yukon government is doing another round of consultations on the Designated Material Regulations (DMR).
- Why aren’t these atrocities reported? While once again trotting out and drumming up self-righteous warrior feelings about Iran, the Globe & Mail, CBC and virtually all of Canada’s mainstream media have not reported on:
- Politically correct nonsense threatens our moniker I am disappointed to see in your Star of Jan. 3 that the new esteemed Yukon award is titled “Order of Yukon” – one more nail in the coffin of our famous and world- envied name “the Yukon”.
- A citizens’ assembly could reform the system Ed. note: this is a letter to Premier Sandy Silver.
January 2, 2018
- The world was warmer I was looking at Environment Minister Catherine McKenna’s proposal to have the Yukon Ice Patches designated a World Heritage Site (Star, Dec. 21).
- Taking action on invasive mussel prevention Many of us are aware that zebra mussels are a problem in southern Canada.
- We’ll save the ice patches, but not the Klondike? Happy New Year – our money tree is growing in Ottawa!