In my 48 years at the Whitehorse Star, I have seen six editors and countless reporters, advertising staff members, production personnel and paper boys and girls pass through our doors.
- Strategy to cost $500 million over 10 years (38)
- Climate change strategy underwhelms NDP leader (18)
- Potential battery site generates wide opposition from neighbours (17)
- Cathers to seek another term in next election (13)
- Outside investors have been turned away, city told (13)
- Residents’ anxieties have been heard: Yukon Energy (13)
- Potential Tank Farm lots take another step (9)
- Van Bibber to seek second term in Porter Creek North (8)
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September 11, 2020
- The irony of Sept. 11 and the lobby effort (Comment) On 9/11, I was in Washington, D.C., as part of a delegation with the Gwitch’in, lobbying to prevent oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
September 4, 2020
- Forty years ago, I learned about border agents (Comment) In 1981, after college, my friend Marcus and I drove home to Alaska.
August 28, 2020
- The end is nigh for two political giants Oh, how the giants are falling!
- Farewell – and don’t let others think for you (Musings) If my memory is correct, I began writing Musings in 2003.
August 21, 2020
- For the sake of patients, the prescription is patience (Editorial) On Aug. 13, the Yukon government signaled it will begin to implement the most expansive reforms in the history of the territory’s medical system.
- COVID-19 has amplified issues for young people (Comment) Ed. note: Annette King, the Yukon Child and Youth Advocate, and her office released this statement Thursday afternoon.
August 14, 2020
- If we lose this, we can’t lose the lessons (Editorial) Next week, thousands of Yukoners will embark on an experiment in human resources management that’s unprecedented in its scope, numbers of vulnerable citizens, and its risk.
August 12, 2020
- Lebanon’s meltdown began long before the blast (Comment) Beirut has been living with car bombs and air raids on a sporadic but continuing basis for so long that it would probably make sense to rebuild this time with shatterproof glass.