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August 16, 2019
- Youth who pour a deep reservoir of hope (Editorial) The lackadaisical belief that many young people have indifferently tuned out of domestic politics may be accurate in other parts of Canada – but in the Yukon, think again.
- Remember the feisty, free Yukon of old? Why do the old days always seem better?
- The importance of outdoor play in the winter It is common for adults to restrict children to indoor play, and only permit play outdoors when it is warm and sunny.
August 12, 2019
- The INF: another treaty bites the dust (Comment) The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty died Aug. 2, but there won’t be many mourners at the funeral.
August 9, 2019
- With innocent families in fear, it’s time to act (Editorial) Like so many other endeavours in life, our mini-society has created a major problem in attempting to solve one.
- A proposal for a very different American wall (Uffish Thoughts) It would be easy to write opinion columns about nothing but the absolute weirdness of America’s Golfer in Chief, Donald J. Trump, every day.
August 2, 2019
- Flight destination: the quest for compensation (Editorial) When a City of Whitehorse project forces a local business to flee its longtime premises, what obligation, if any, is there to help ease such a harsh fate?
- Liberals’ record calls road funding into question (Comment) Ed note. the official Opposition Yukon Party has released this statement.
- Charting the killing of Sheslay Free Mike On March 19, 1985, nine Mounties carrying M-16 rifles arrived in Teslin, Yukon Territory, dressed in bush clothes and camouflage suits.
July 31, 2019
- Lovelock at 100: his IQ is still burning (Comment) Forty years ago, James Lovelock published his book Gaia: a New Look at Life on Earth.
- Liberals spurn consultation over thermal generation facility Ed. note: the official Opposition Yukon Party released this statement Tuesday.