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- MP hopeful PM’s apology will be helpful (31)
- City poised to make major request for art (16)
- Council briefed on intricacies of climate change motions (10)
- ‘This team is ready to pour gold’ (10)
- Bridge must go, council told (8)
- Vote calendar: candidates have busy days ahead (8)
- Charges laid against Watson Laker (2)
- Jury members hear trial’s closing arguments (2)
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September 20, 2019
- Don’t bet the mortgage on a predictable result (editorial) Circa 2017, if he was idly ruminating about his re-election prospects two years’ hence, twin scenarios would likely have made Yukon MP Larry Bagnell recoil with a sense of frowning concern.
- Canadians have never witnessed such an election This is going to be a federal election like none before in Canadian history.
September 13, 2019
- Electoral reform to electoral rebellion? Part one of this two-part series, published Wednesday, shows how Canadians fight back with ecological strategic voting.
- Games, matches and love: jargon and its limitations The atmosphere in Rotary Peace Park last Saturday was electric.
September 11, 2019
- We encourage you to broaden the consultation Telehealth is an option that could be expanded for routine matters.
- Electoral reform to electoral rebellion? (Comment) Come election day, all Green Party supporters and all NDP supporters in their riding need to vote for the one candidate on the ballot, of the two, who is leading the race between the two.
September 9, 2019
- There are many ways to improve seniors’ health (Comment) The chief medical officer’s report – the section on seniors – contains many sound suggestions for improvements to the health care system (with the one exception of income-testing).
September 6, 2019
- Fentie: crusty, controversial, and a legacy leaver (Comment) “Good work,” the parka-clad, would-be premier growled to the ink-smeared editor amid the clattering din of diesel engined-trucks at Second and Main. “We’ll take it from here.”
- The day Jim Robb went to Army Beach My first job in the Yukon was for an electrical contractor.
- Nix the horror stories of user-fees, cost-shares (Comment) Seniors Action Yukon – or SAY – is an independent voice for older Yukoners (55+) committed to speaking out and/or opening dialogue about issues that affect the well-being of older Yukoners.