Late commissioner has left an important legacy ( Comment )
- College gets $26 million from Ottawa (7)
- YG adds one French immersion class for kindergarteners (6)
- Reimbursed money could top $100 million (6)
- Report on zoning changes comes forward (5)
- Cook Street property owners could face LIC vote (5)
- Man obtained money through false pretenses: judge (5)
- Drug activity sees property ordered vacated (4)
- Acting deputy Finance minister named (3)
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March 22, 2019
- The stories are quelled; the legacy is unconquerable ( Editorial ) “The true sign of wisdom is continued cheerfulness.”
- The federal budget helps build the Yukon ( Comment ) We are pleased to see investments in education, infrastructure, and renewable energy and a commitment to advancing economic reconciliation reflected in the Government of Canada’s 2019-20 budget.
- Aging with indignity, turning the volume up to 11 Famously etched into the headstone of comedian Spike Milligan is the epitaph “I told you I was ill.” He simply had to have the last laugh.
March 15, 2019
- We live and learn, n’est-ce pas? Or not ( Editorial ) Undoubtedly, those who voted for city councillor Laura Cabott in October 2018 expected her to bring realism, rationalism and sound analytical skills to the chambers.
- Acronymphomania – brevity is the soul of wit My old biology teacher was always keen to abbreviate.
- Trudeau, Butts are preoccupied with politics ( Comment ) Who would sacrifice 9,000 Canadian jobs for the sake of keeping her own job?
March 11, 2019
- Liberals grow government, freeze NGOs’ funding ( Comment ) Last year, the premier’s budget predicted that the 2019-2020 budget would have a $6.9-million deficit.
March 8, 2019
- Ottawa keeps smiling; Yukon keeps spending ( Editorial ) Notwithstanding those who attended Thursday afternoon’s rally at the Yukon legislature,
- Klondike Kondomania bites the dust April may be the cruellest of months, as readers of TS Eliot will likely know.