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January 21, 2019
- You must take illegal drug dealing seriously This letter is in regard to the ongoing and growing opioid crisis in our country and our territory.
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves the North out in the cold On Jan. 14, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet in the wake of Treasury Board president Scott Brison’s resignation.
- Controllers salute their U.S. colleagues The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner published an article Saturday reporting that Canadian air traffic controllers at the Whitehorse airport tower contacted the East Ramp Wood Fired Pizza restaurant,
January 18, 2019
- Governments screw it up – and we pay for it Does overlapping bureaucratic dithering create oversight implications?
- This area is an accident waiting to happen Having had several run-ins with the traffic at the Yukon Centre Mall,
January 17, 2019
- Here’s a better way to fight forest fires Recently, I wrote to John Horgan, B.C.’s premier, regarding an idea for much more efficient and far less expensive forest fire suppression.
January 16, 2019
- What on Earth is happening to our democracy? As we enter an election year, there are some very disturbing events that form a threat to the way of life we enjoy in this great country.
- I doubt that the PM is concerned Marco Polo was in China a long, long, time ago.
January 15, 2019
- Less product isn’t more popular Fake news seems to be the only sort of news that most of us get now,
January 14, 2019
- Healing our most vulnerable must be the priority I am writing to express my support for the staff of Many Rivers Counselling and Support Services who are in the middle of a difficult labour dispute.
- The past year featured several victories While the general feeling among Canadians seems to be that 2018 was a write-off,