- 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)
December 7, 2018
- Businesses deserve a little hope, too Instead of donating to the Salvation Army kettles this year,
- Services provided by Many Rivers are too valuable to let strike continue The management and board of Many Rivers Counselling and Support Services need to resume bargaining with their workers to resolve the strike which has now dragged on for over a month.
- Citizen engagement essential for Yukon government electoral reform The deadline (Dec. 14) for completion of the Yukon government’s survey on electoral reform approaches.
- Making useful stream improvements to watersheds A clean, progressive environment is the only hope for the future of this planet. Without that, there is no future – and that is the cold fact.
December 5, 2018
- Violence of police officer in Ontario shocks even me Ed. note: this is a letter to Ontario’s St. Catharines Standard newspaper.
- Change factors that need to be changed – while there’s time Long before the rise of Donald Trump, Rome invented a republican government.
- Let’s all get serious about this Under many Christmas trees this year will be “Baby Alive” dolls which allow young girls to experience what it’s like to be a mother.
December 4, 2018
- Witnessing gross inefficiencies in YTG offices Yukon legislators have been talking a lot about reducing costs by looking for efficiencies.
- Elections must keep their democratic relevance I have occasionally been critical of the way we do politics.
December 3, 2018
- Remember: ‘Those that govern least govern best’ I suppose it should come as no surprise that Fair Vote Yukon is once again pushing for electoral reform, this time in the person of Linda Leon (Star letters, Nov. 30).
- Why can’t the RCMP do their job? Ed. note: this is an open letter to the RCMP.
- Some property owners have work to do Re. perilous sidewalks and a walkable Millennium Trail.
November 30, 2018
- Liberal government never saw a dollar it could save When we take on debt, we put obligation on our shoulders.
- Late MLA worked hard for all Yukoners The Yukon NDP caucus would like to offer their sincere condolences to the family of Wayne Jim – former MLA in the Yukon legislature (Star, Nov. 29).
- Have your say on electoral reform, take the survey The Yukon government is forming a non-partisan commission to study electoral reform in the Yukon in the spring.
November 29, 2018
- Of big imperatives and small imperatives After the Gulf alleged War in 1991, I visited Kettle Falls, Wash.
- Aviation companies are still subject to Liberal tax burden Ed. note: the official Opposition Yukon Party has submitted this item.