- Solidarity protest draws dozens outside RCMP offices (31)
- Survey respondents suggest more parking options (17)
- Independent Power Production policy is set for release soon (16)
- Accused stepfather gives his version of events (7)
- Complainant’s statements not accurate, lawyer says (4)
- Shuffle ushers in new Indigenous Services minister (4)
- Accused fields numerous questions from prosecutor (3)
- Officers praised for saving snowmobilers (3)
December 28, 2018
- Thoughts of Christmas travels south and north ( Uffish Thoughts ) Between being in school and needing to attend practices for the annual ecumenical choir at the Christmas Eve Pageant,
- Reflections on another year in the books ( Musings ) With the year nearing its end, it is time to take a look at the last 12 months and examine the things that bothered me most and those that made me very happy.
- Salvation in a new model for a troubled facility ( Editorial ) Ultimately, the takeover that’s not officially being branded a takeover – had to take over.
December 21, 2018
- In the season’s best tradition: Yukon nativity For a real Yukon Christmas How would it go?
- Leadership and accountability are missing in action ( Editorial ) What kind of a board of directors permits its organization to allegedly commit bizarre violations of territorial law by failing to ensure something as vital as the proper filing of financial statements?
December 20, 2018
- Climate change: some progress made in Poland ( Comment ) Global warming is physics and chemistry, and you can’t negotiate with science for more time to solve the problem: more emissions mean a hotter planet.
December 18, 2018
- No-plastics challenge was educational Members of the Whitehorse United Church took on a four-week challenge to eliminate single-use plastics from mid-October to mid-November.
December 17, 2018
- Very much ado about very little ( Uffish Thoughts ) When the fuss about “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” first broke a couple of weeks ago, my first thought was, “Why?”
December 14, 2018
- Electoral reform: resisting the darkness ( Comment ) The Yukon government is forming a non-partisan commission to study electoral reform in the Yukon.
- Sports metaphors in political commentary “Conservative premiers accuse Trudeau of ‘moving the goalposts’ on carbon emissions reduction plan,” read a headline on The Globe and Mail newspaper’s website last Friday evening.
- Laying the red carpet for Pat Duncan (Act II) ( Editorial ) Some two decades ago, Joe Clark, whose Conservative government famously fell 39 years ago Thursday in a House of Commons budget vote, visited Whitehorse.