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July 19, 2019
- World’s young people show great leadership Young, bold and courageous high school kids are showing the way.
- That’s it; I’m staying home The latest tweet by “T”– the man who shall not be named – directed at four U.S. women legislators of colour to “go back to where they came from” was the last straw for me.
- Who has the grit to inform taxpayers? On or about May 15, 2019, the Yukon Utilities Consumers’ Group (UCG) wrote an open letter to Andrew Hall.
- Different results in different places There’s light at the end of the tunnel.
- We’re being gouged again! The excise tax has gone up four cents a litre on gasoline and home heating fuel in Yukon!
- Political signs are soon to shower the Yukon Soon the political election signs will be scattered along the highways and byways,
July 17, 2019
- A very enlightening start! Our federal election in the fall is going to be very interesting: LIEberals versus CONservatives.
- The Liberal catastrophe of Canada In May,
- Why have you reduced the bid transparency? Ed. note: this is a letter to Premier Sandy Silver.
July 12, 2019
- Enough of the smoke and mirrors! Yukon Energy’s proposed 20-megawatt thermal plant will bind Yukon to a fossil fuel future, defying science, its own financial situation and common sense.
- We’re in an over-inflated housing market Whitehorse is faced with an over-inflated housing market which is going to implode because prices can go only so high before the market fails like Vancouver.
- Act to end conversion therapy in the Yukon Ed. note: this is a letter to Health and Social Services Minister Pauline Frost and Justice Minister Tracy-Anne McPhee.
- Pipeline makes utterly no sense to our nation I am so dismayed that Prime Minister Trudeau claims that earnings from Trans Mountain will be spent on clean energy.
- ‘Drug with a plug’ is terrible! It seems quite a while since I’ve written to the Star.
- Again, Air North saved the day! We recently travelled to Alberta.
July 8, 2019
- Fort Selkirk is looking sensational! My family and I boated down to visit Fort Selkirk over the weekend, and were very pleasantly surprised.
July 5, 2019
- Closed-door meetings and no accountability Re: closing Council and Senior Management (CASM) meetings.
- As the world goes mad, what, me worry? Liberals are building emotional “Bailey bridges” between our various cultures.
- It’s high time we insisted on more Thank you to Jacqueline Mills
- Kudos for trail-blazing educator were welcome What a welcome and unexpected surprise to see Russell Meier’s letter to Sandra Henderson in your newspaper on June 28.
- Most people can’t afford to buy a home Canadian housing costs used to consume 30 per cent of your income.