The more some of our esteemed representatives of the territorial government and Yukon Hospital Corp. address certain issues of public tension, the better the Yukon’s chief coroner looks.
I would like to write this column about my friend Nicole Wynnyk.
I knew if I kept reading that I would stumble across something interesting about the Yukon.
The Government of Yukon recently opened a new Emergency Response Centre to better serve residents of Whitehorse and surrounding areas.
For a territory so widely perceived as founded and grounded in the most traditional of extractive industries, the average Yukon city resident does not have to travel far to encounter some truly non-traditional and highly innovative thinking.
Recently, we learned four of Canada’s front-line soldiers who served in the Afghanistan mission committed suicide at their respective military bases here in Canada.
Faith in so many of our major institutions has been shaken tremendously over the past two decades.
The big news of the month is that China’s one-child policy is being relaxed.
Mayor Dan Curtis may have ticked off some Riverdale commuters with his recent advice on coping with traffic congestion.
The byelections in Quebec, Ontario and Manitoba are over.