- Strategy to cost $500 million over 10 years (38)
- Climate change strategy underwhelms NDP leader (18)
- Potential battery site generates wide opposition from neighbours (17)
- Cathers to seek another term in next election (13)
- Outside investors have been turned away, city told (13)
- Residents’ anxieties have been heard: Yukon Energy (13)
- Potential Tank Farm lots take another step (9)
- Van Bibber to seek second term in Porter Creek North (8)
Supplements published on Friday September 18, 2020
Stories published on Friday September 18, 2020
- Breckenridge inspires Air North for team’s debut win Iain Breckenridge is the new captain of the Air North Rangers team and he took that responsibility with both hands,
- 2021 Canada Summer Games get postponed Athletes across the country are going to have to wait until the summer of 2022 to vie in the Canada Summer Games originally slated to take place in August 2021.
- Geoffroy-Gagnon ready for season’s start Yukon freestyle skier Etienne Geoffroy-Gagnon has spent the summer training in Montreal for a season that was up in the air until recently.
- A Northern Exclusive Shuvinai Ashoona: Mapping Worlds opened last Saturday at the Yukon Arts Centre. Ashoona is one of the best-known Indigenous artists in Canada.
- The sins of the past have a way of catching up (Bookends) The story begins with recently widowed Kate Summers being given a very dubious proposition from her boss.
- Dexter Pet Of The Week
- The efforts of many cooked up our success for this year’s United Way breakfast On behalf of United Way Yukon,
- When managed fairly, there’s enough game for all It has come to my attention through word of mouth, letters and various wildlife bodies like the Yukon Fish and Game Association that there’s a misguided push by First Nations to go against lands and wildlife agreements as laid out in the final umbrella agreement.
- Take the time, read the medical records I strongly recommend to all of the residents of the Yukon and elsewhere in Canada that they make the effort to obtain and read their medical reports.
- We shall hope to return in 2021! This is an open letter to my fellow members of the Women’s Auxiliary of the Whitehorse General Hospital, of which I am also a member.
- School is in -– and so should driver courtesy At 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21, I was driving on the Alaska Highway going south.
- A warning about my experiences As I write,
- Wildfires are not surface climate change Current global warming would be happening now if nobody lived on the Earth, because it is independent from man’s activities.
- The uncertainty is crippling our business Ed. note: this letter was emailed May 24 to Dr. Brendan Hanley, the terrritory’s chief medical health officer; Yukon MP Larry Bagnell; Deputy Premier Ranj Pillai; Tourism and Culture Minister Jeanie Dendys; and Valerie Royle, the deputy minister of Tourism.
- Farmers don’t need this additional problem Ed. note: this is a letter to Ranj Pillai, the minister of Energy, Mines and Resources and of Economic Development.
- Mission accomplished by Dawson youngsters Children from the Tr’inke Zho Daycare and the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Day Camp spent part of an afternoon last month putting soil into a flower box that has been built by TH carpenter Ben Johnson.
- Workshop explores encountering flight Encounters is a community-created collaboration developed by the Yukon Transportation Museum, mentor Nicole Bauberger and mentee Heather Steinhagen.
- YG expands on how ‘Our Clean Future’ will be implemented On Monday, Premier Sandy Silver and two of his cabinet ministers rolled out a strategy to combat climate change in the Yukon.
- Conserve fall chum, First Nations urged First Nations should ask their citizens to stop fishing fall chum salmon on the Yukon River and its tributaries, the Yukon Salmon Sub-Committee has recommended.
- Minister unveils heat pumps incentive initiative The Yukon government is initiating an incentive program to promote the use of heat pumps for homes and businesses as a means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
- ‘We are close to a recovery plan’: minister Last Friday, the Yukon’s tourism industry put out an SOS,
- Whistle Bend Town Square design contract awarded A contract to provide a detailed design of the Whistle Bend Town Square project was awarded Monday by city acouncil.
- Liard First Nation department receives literacy award The Liard First Nation Language Department is this year’s recipient of the territory’s Council of the Federation Literacy Award.
- Safe drug supply initiative has federal support The Canadian health minister is urging provincial and territorial ministers to establish a safe drug supply as a method of combatting the opioid crisis.
- First-degree murder charge laid against man A Ross River man has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Mary Ann Ollie of Ross River.
- Recalling a genial conveyor of the Christian message Ed. note: Archbishop Terry Buckle died Sept. 10, shortly after his 80th birthday. This story about him was first published in the Star on Nov. 26, 2010.
- Residents’ anxieties have been heard: Yukon Energy Yukon Energy president Andrew Hall says the Crown corporation still has work to do before selecting one of the three site options for a new $27-million battery storage unit for the Yukon’s grid.
- Potential battery site generates wide opposition from neighbours Vanessa Just is among many opposed to having a large battery storage facility placed next to Yukon Energy’s substation along the North Klondike Highway.