Exploring the origins of Watson Lake (Comment)
- YG eyes limiting dump shopping (18)
- Stiffer bylaw advocated to cope with bears (16)
- Man not guilty of refusing to provide a breath sample (8)
- ‘We can’t be throwing blame here and there’ (7)
- Boys, girls teams represent Yukon at Nationals (2)
- Cowley Creek lots draw 100 applications (2)
- Valleyview Community Greenhouse Has Water (2)
- We’re being smothered in taxes! (2)
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May 21, 2019
- Trade war and more from the golden-haired star Donald Trump is playing hard-ball with China over trade – and the worry-warts are fretting that he’s going to start a real trade war by accident.
May 17, 2019
- Realistic fiscal analysis never rode the trolley (Editorial) What can be said about a community’s long-term, collaborative planning when it invests millions of capital dollars into major, side-by-side tourism assets – then watches them imperilled by rising operations, maintenance and property tax costs?
- A threadbare planet is an alarming legacy for our children ( Comment ) In last week’s papers, I was struck by a convergence of ideas.
- A paperless world totes pages of disadvantages ( Uffish Thoughts ) One of our banks is offering us a $10 reward for agreeing to move to paperless bank statements.
May 13, 2019
- As usual, the Yukon Liberals don’t see the light Ed. note: the official Oppositioan Yukon Party has submitted this statement.
May 10, 2019
- Dollars don’t drown dissidents’ disillusionment ( Editorial ) Another eight weeks, another $1.5-billion budget approved, another party leadership vacated, another assembly clerk retired, another demonstration of a house coldly divided.
- Liberals have left a million tourists on our doorstep Ed. note: the official Opposition Yukon Party has submitted this item.
May 8, 2019
- Emergency Preparedness Week: are you ready? ( Comment ) This is a good week to think about preparing for an emergency.
May 3, 2019
- Liberals derail trolley; curtail vital debate (Comment) The Liberal government has decided that funding the Whitehorse Trolley is not a priority for them (Star, May 1), and, as a result, it will not run this summer.
- NDP caucus asks: where’s the leadership? NDP continued to call on the government to be a leader on issues that matter most to Yukoners.
- Trapper’s gold: it may still be out there! An old trapper in Dawson City told the story of a little creek he found in the 1930s.
- Pot Latch – Yukon’s latest reality show We can never be sure if Wilde was under the influence of the many opium dens of Victorian London that he is said to have visited when he composed his essay on life’s realities.