- Yukoners welcome new care facility (15)
- Councillor is seeking a return engagement (11)
- Company failed to report bear’s death (11)
- Fixtures pose no immediate health risk, doc assures (9)
- Race for council gains 13th candidate (8)
- Candidate sets his sights on council (7)
- Premier, ministers met with senators (5)
- City to regain a thrift store on Sept. 22 (4)
September 10, 2018
- I believe in the right to personal choice My name is Jonas, and with your support, I would be honoured to be Yukon’s next member of Parliament.
September 7, 2018
- I had a splendid visit to the Yukon I would like to acknowledge the welcome and excellent services provided during my four-day stay in Whitehorse and area, including two thoughtful B&Bs in Riverdale.
- Again, more First Nation inclusion is urged So, who really is in charge of the Yukon government (YG)?
- More will go to Trump’s funeral than McCain’s By stipulating that U.S. President Donald Trump was not to be invited to his funeral last Saturday,
- City needs a rethink on fiscal management Residents of Whitehorse have asked me to lay out a policy platform based on their interest.
- Run for council only for the right reason City council members (with some having to know all the time they would run again) have put in place a rather handsome and attractive pay raise for the new council.
September 6, 2018
- Store saluted our freedom fighters As an American freedom fighter, U.S. senator John McCain was laid to rest last Sunday.
September 5, 2018
- City’s flag failure wasn’t surprising It was really no surprise to not see our Canadian flag fly at half-mast last Sunday, even though:
- McCain loved northern folklore I am the owner of Maison Laberge in L’Ange-Gardien, Que.
- Is our CPP in jeopardy? Ontario is thinking about setting up its own Canada Pension Plan (CPP) program like Quebec.
- Are citizens concerned yet? If not, they sure should be! Incumbent city councilor Samson Hartland is running again (Star, Aug. 31), as a status quo candidate.
August 31, 2018
- The health card is definitely the one Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all the laws and rules that change something about what to do or not about having identification.
- The Yukon remains voiceless in the Senate The Yukon has now been left without a representative senator for close to a year – and what I would suggest is unacceptable political favouritism.
- She’s coming out – stronger than ever She’s coming out – let’s get the party started.
- Are we prepared for potential newcomers? This question was just suggested to me by someone in the know.
- Order of St. Ann rekindled many memories The article on the Order of St. Ann in Dawson by Pat Ellis in your July 16th paper brought back some memories of early childhood.