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May 26, 2021
- Please stop polluting our city’s air! Coming down Two Mile Hill can be scenic,
May 25, 2021
- Yukon landlords are like everyone else Since I brought to public attention problems of allocating responsibility for the increases in Whitehorse rents between 2015 and 2021 (and, as it turns out, home price increases as well) in my Star letter of April 30, I must add that simple-minded vilification of landlords was never my objective.
- What more damage could they do? Winston Churchill was a great man and politician.
- Landlords are not evil and greedy The damage which has been done by the hastily-crafted plan by the Yukon Liberal-NDP government to impose a rent freeze on Yukon’s many and varied landlords and tenants will take a while to repair.
May 21, 2021
- Canada must act with integrity now! Even in the midst of the third wave of COVID-19 in most parts of the country,
- Caps lead landlords to evict their tenants For once, the government has me so disappointed that I barely even know where to start regarding the rental cap policy.
- The new government agreement will accomplish a lot The Liberal-NDP agreement sounds awesome to me.
- Create an environmental conservation authority Ed. note: this is a letter to Premier Sandy Silver, Yukon Party Leader Currie Dixon and NDP Leader Kate White.
May 17, 2021
- By the people, for the people? While these words, spoken by Abraham Lincoln in Gettysburg,
- How can people access the services they need? I am writing this letter as I am a member of the Northern Regional Council of the M.S. Society, and a Yukoner living with multiple sclerosis.
- Take a tree photo while you can Is there any way to perpetuate the life of the Martha Louise Black Mayday tree that is now standing by the Whitehorse city hall?
- Dancers showed territory has some talented performers On Friday evening, May 7, the Northern Lights School of Dance students presented an end-of-course performance at the Yukon Arts Centre.
May 14, 2021
- Recalling the Nazi carnage of the Dutch homeland On this day, May 14, in 1940, the Dutch military officials ordered an official surrender to the overwhelming German military forces.
- I am right on the money I hope that Wednesday’s Internet outage that led to chaos and confusion in Whitehorse
- Your tenants are real people who deserve dignity Ed. note: this is a letter to Whitehorse resident Dave Avoledo (Star letters, April 30).
- Yukoners: are you ready for a forest fire? Do you have a plan for when this happens again?
- MLA’s words created a sad day It’s a sad day (April 30) when my riding’s MLA is reported on CBC radio as opposing the most effective way to deal with the opioid overdose crisis.
- As a landlord, I support the coming rent cap I was pretty ashocked by the letter from a landlord two weeks ago.
May 10, 2021
- I am offended by your rude selfishness I’ve been hiking the trails in Riverdale for many, many years, in the summers, in fall, in winter and in the spring.
- Apologies without accountability are useless I am writing with outrage and horror at the comments made by Yukon Party MLAs Stacey Hassard and Wade Istchenko.
- YP must address gender-based violence On May 3, 2021, Yukon Party Leader Currie Dixon issued a public apology after two members of his party made sexually explicit comments in a group chat.