- Yukon legislators support Mi’kmaq fisheries (31)
- Macaulay Lodge cannot be repurposed: minister (23)
- Outbreak sparks unease in Watson Lake (17)
- Wetlands degradation beyond repair, say FN groups (16)
- Reject funding for ANWR drilling, banks are urged (8)
- Yukoners no longer spring forward, fall back (7)
- YG stance prompts commission vice-chair to quit (5)
- Commissioner launches new Yukon Service Pin (3)
September 30, 2020
- I have decided that I won’t mess with this slogan I would like to publicly put out a statement in regard to people asking if we can change our slogan “Every Child Matters” because of what is happening in the world in regard to Black Lives Matter, All Children Matter and All Lives Matter.
- Parties make statements on MLAs’ remuneration issue (Comment) Ed. note: the Yukon Liberal Party executive has released this statement on MLAs’ remuneration. Following that is a response from the Yukon Party.
September 25, 2020
- The night John Turner socked it out of the park (Comment) If John Turner could tuck away one trifling, northern-tinged victory over the Trudeau family, it would be rooted at Rotary Peace Park on the evening of July 30, 1984.
September 11, 2020
- Anarchists, thugs, fake news and defunding police How does one cope with the stress and dread that Donald Trump triggers in one’s mind and body?
- Some thoughts concerning educational matters (Uffish Thoughts) It’s a shame that opposition parties can’t manage to ask a question or make a suggestion without ensuring that they get their negative digs in along with the potential positives.
- 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
- It’s time to replace the portable classrooms (Uffish Thoughts) The question I keep getting asked these days is: “Why haven’t the portable classrooms at the Robert Service School been torn down or removed?
- Farewell – and don’t let others think for you (Musings) If my memory is correct, I began writing Musings in 2003.
- The end is nigh for two political giants Oh, how the giants are falling!
August 21, 2020
- 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.
- 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.