- Show leadership on climate change, council told (19)
- Audit called a wakeup call for Education officials (17)
- City council asked to outlaw plastic bags (17)
- Trolley tracks turning hazardous, minister is told (16)
- Union wants to discuss dismissal with mayor (11)
- Dawson’s budget tops $8 million (4)
- Two animal shelters may unite into one as discussions go on (4)
- The North knows: the carbon tax is a scam (1)
May 24, 2019
- When global warming hit the Yukon Two Whitehorse-based pilots flew a Great Northern Airways DC-3 loaded with construction supplies to Faro on Friday, June 13, 1969.
- Another numbing loss, another beseeching message (Editorial) Several hundred people gathered in Yukon College’s gym Thursday morning for the school’s final graduation ceremonies as a college.
May 22, 2019
- An Iran conflict would be an unwinnable war (Comment) “After a long debate, the highest levels of the military could not forecast a way in which things would end favourably for the United States,” said Richard Clarke,
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
- 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.
- Exploring the origins of Watson Lake (Comment) The lake was named after Frank Watson, a Yorkshire Englishman who started for the Klondike in early 1897 from Edmonton, Alberta.
- A threadbare planet is an alarming legacy for our children ( Comment ) In last week’s papers, I was struck by a convergence of ideas.
- 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?
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
- Almost true tales of Yukon folklore ( Comment ) Did you ever have the feeling you were being watched ... you know,
- Liberals have left a million tourists on our doorstep Ed. note: the official Opposition Yukon Party has submitted this item.
- Has all the nagging left you feeling knackered? Going out for a beer tonight? Try this puzzle on your friends.
- Honouring the friendship of the Indigenous people ( Comment ) Grant Allan, the president of the Yukon Prospectors Association,
- 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.