- Tread carefully on housing incentive: Boyd (30)
- Woman was reluctant to see a nurse, inquest told (24)
- Shooting linked to drug trade, organized crime (13)
- Ice bridge enters wider, thicker phase (10)
- Advocate launches review of school attendance woes (10)
- Nurses testify at inquest into woman’s death (Revised) (9)
- Murder trial hears evidence from Carmacks man (7)
- Utmost was done to save woman: paramedics (7)
January 3, 2020
- The grand adventure of the bathtub ring (Comment) It was just before 7:00 in the evening. We walked up Shala Road toward the Mine school.
December 30, 2019
- Proposing a better way to mark our ballots As 2019 concludes, how do you respond to a federal election where there were clearly no winners?
- Reading ‘Whitehorse 2020’ – on the cusp of 2020 (Comment) I recently found this poem in an old cardboard box with a scribbled note dated Nov. 16, 1986.
December 27, 2019
- May 2020 bring us all peace and good health (Musings) Wow, another year has come and gone, a year filled with significant moments all over the world.
- It’s my privilege to report on the first year (Comment) I have learned that the simple phrase “sober second thought” hardly begins to describe the work of a senator.
December 20, 2019
- Bringing joy to the Carcross-Tagish First Nation Mr. Cliff Power, the CEO of the Extreme Outreach Society in Victoria, B.C., joined me on Dec. 10 to personally hand out children’s Christmas stockings to the Ghuch Tla Community School located in Carcross-Tagish First Nation.
- It’s my privilege to report on the first year (Comment) It has been a year since the announcement of my appointment to the Senate.
- Practise better burning for better health (Comment) It may seem odd to have a public health doctor tell you how to burn wood.
- Dollars are renewable. A person’s life isn’t (Editorial) There is no question that Terry Coventry can be vigorously challenged for making the stunning choice that will end his life.
December 13, 2019
- Nine ladies kneading and a partridge’s rude noise “Five gold-en rings!
- Bold, visionary history unfolds on the hill (Editorial) Lester Pearson was the prime minister and John F. Kennedy the U.S. president when post-secondary education in the Yukon derived its modern-day start.
December 6, 2019
- Once wetlands dry up, they’re gone forever (Comment) This is in response to the territorial wetland policy.
- Normal winter crossings return to the Yukon River (Uffish Thoughts) Environment Canada has reported that November was generally five degrees warmer than normal in Dawson, and the town has had to begin snow clearances on the streets weeks ahead of normal.
- Will that be next season’s landfill contribution? (Comment) What’s the latest fashion this year?
- The next battered body could be someone you know (Editorial) On Dec. 27, 2001, Margaret Wood, 85, was struck by a vehicle as she was crossing Second Avenue at Elliott Street. She eventually died.