- Collision injures cyclist (19)
- Ex-Yukon Party MLA eyes seat on council (16)
- Couple fined for wildlife violations (16)
- Many Rivers Counselling strike a possibility (11)
- Segregation tops list of suggested WCC reforms (7)
- Fond memories followed bust’s unveiling (4)
- First Nation inclusion urged in WCC reforms (4)
- Man’s sentencing hearing put off (2)
July 4, 2018
- Governments aren’t so ‘open’ after the vote One of the standard election promises of politicians and would-be politicians is the old standard election promise of an open government.
- Troops may be here today, but gone to Mali Prime Minister Justin Trudeau graced Dawson City with his royal presence at the close of his whirlwind national tour on Canada Day (Star, July 3).
June 29, 2018
- The situation is rarely a source of humour I saw again on June 15 in the Star another item on “carding”.
- Let’s make our votes count! A response to Linda Leon’s blog: Yukon’s Commission on Electoral Reform and how to make it happen! Wisdom!
- This dump fire was very predictable This dump fire was very predictable
- There’s an option to more surveys On the 17th of June,
- We can’t miss the boat on this vital file Ed. note: this is a letter to Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.
- Dog’s suffering merits criminal charges The full necropsy report is in (Star, June 27):
- Wait a minute - what about poor old Donald? Journalist Chantal Hebert, says: “All eyes are on Donald Trump in Ottawa” (Star, June 25).
- Hot springs disappointed by the cabinet’s delays Cabinet inaction by the Yukon Liberal government is causing construction delays and headaches for the new pool development at Takhini Hot Springs – but it may come back to bite the Liberals at the next election.
- I wonder how long it will take to get action Area residents have voiced concerns about the lack of bins at the transfer station near Johnson’s Crossing.
June 26, 2018
- An American icon is on the road The all-American icon Harley-Davidson motorcycles are heading for Europe, not just for sale but for production.
- We must stand up to a bullying president Has anyone ever read The Art of the Deal, by U.S. President Donald Trump? I just did.
June 25, 2018
- If you can’t beat them, join them! Months ago,
- This ‘safe’ third party pact must be suspended Re: suspension of Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States.
- Another item for walks I have vowed this summer to start tying an extra plastic bag on my belt loop when I go for a walk or a hike.
- The Supreme Court has handed down a travesty The June 15 Supreme Court of Canada (SC) decision upholding the right of the Law Society of BC (LSBC)
June 22, 2018
- This ‘notice’ is surprising and concerning The Yukon Fish and Game Association (YFGA) is aware of the recent
- This failing system needs to be reformed Over 19,000 quartz claims in the White Gold District south of Dawson City have been staked by one of five companies alone in the last 10 years.
- Remembering Trump’s family in the Klondike This remarkable copy of a very tiny photo was tracked down in the Yukon Archives by former Yukoner Paul Erlam back in the 1990s for the writer Gwenda Blair for her 500-page, bestselling book The Trumps, Three Generations of Builders and a President.
June 18, 2018
- Paddle safely and protect the loons Always good to see paddlers, of all sorts, out on the water. And this year, there seems to be more out, particularly, SUPers.
- Greed is trumping the welfare of the caribou On April 20, 2018, the U.S. government announced it would begin a 60-day public review on the sale of oil and gas leases in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
- Veterans are being treated shamefully Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a town hall meeting in Sackville, Nova Scotia, on Jan. 9, 2018.
- PM’s goal to be the big shot has backfired Chantal Hebert’s opinion column in the June 12 edition of the Star defending Justin Trudeau should surprise no one,