Making useful stream improvements to watersheds
- Impaired drivers to pay higher fines (19)
- Contract for $29M awarded for francophone high school (17)
- Bagnell aims for another term in Ottawa (15)
- Spanish citizen sentenced for child porn offence (10)
- Council’s decision disappoints local flight company (8)
- Woman’s assailant jailed 27 months (5)
- Fat bikers hit the trails at Wolf Creek (4)
- Pat Duncan ascends from political obscurity (1)
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December 18, 2018
- Wake up and see what Trudeau is doing! Why are we blissfully allowing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sell our country out from under us?
- The politicians aren’t listening, folks! Four hundred parts per million are called a trace gas for good reason.
December 17, 2018
- Pat Duncan ascends from political obscurity Finally after many, many months of bated-breath anticipation, a new senator was appointed to represent Yukon in Canada’s house of sober second thought (Star, Dec. 12, 14).
- No public money for the media! I am totally outraged.
- Updated Condominium Act rules could affect you Many of the duplexes built in the 1990s in Whitehorse are legal condominiums.
December 14, 2018
- The RCMP have to see the light and act on dangerous situations Ed. note: this is an open letter to the RCMP.
- A warning to pedestrians and drivers on stopping times Under ideal driving conditions (daylight, dry pavement, good tires), the combination of reaction time and braking distance at 50 km/h is 26.4 metres.
- Freeland’s bungling nearly torpedoed trade deal Free trade/globalist pin-up girl and corporate media poster child Chrystia Freeland – Canada’s Liberal Foreign Secretary and chief trade negotiator – nearly torpedoed Canadian participation in the new USMC (United States-Mexico-Canada) trade pact inked in Buenos Aires on Nov. 30.
- A mini-ice age could really happen: NASA I just read a science report with different science people involved from Britain and the U.S. with science people at NASA.
- End the musical censorship! Just a wee note to let you know that people who are responsible for banning the song Baby,
December 12, 2018
- What gives us the right to ‘harvest’ grizzlies? The Yukon government recently held a consultation meeting in Whitehorse (Star, Nov. 30) to solicit public opinion on the goals of its grizzly bear management study.
December 11, 2018
- Mulroney, Bush shared civility, respect Like many people, I tuned in and watched the funeral of the late U.S. president George Herbert Walker Bush.
- Are we ready to sell our sovereignty to the UN? With reference to the CP article in the Dec. 5 issue of the Star,
December 10, 2018
- Many Rivers showing ‘blatant lack of support’ I am so disappointed by the Many Rivers Counselling and Support Services executive director and board with their blatant lack of support for their incredible staff members.
- Where are we going to put people? According to the CMHC, 37,000 apartments were built in Canada last year – and we need at least 50,000 rental units per year to keep up with the demand of the market.