- Curtis plans second run for territorial office (47)
- City pays mere lip service to comments: resident (19)
- YG attempting to work with vaccine supply uncertainties (17)
- Land lotteries lure a record 780 applicants (15)
- YG assists Haines disaster relief effort (10)
- Yukon University board welcomes seven new members (10)
- Encounter with Canada evaporates (8)
- Faro to receive new RCMP detachment (5)
December 24, 2020
- It’s time for the showering of presents and coal (Comment) The Jolly Old Elf might have a conundrum on his hands as he mulls over appropriate gifts for some of the denizens of the legislature this year.
December 18, 2020
- Christmas nostalgia: the memories are golden This Christmas is like none other that I know of, and at 85 years old, I’ve seen many.
- Minerals have helped create your lifestyle (Comment) In a recent opinion piece in a Yukon newspaper, the former chair of a Yukon Land Use Planning Commission stated, “The Yukon government would do well to sincerely ask whether any mine — or for that matter, the mining sector — actually benefits the Yukon and serves our long-term interests.”
- COVID took from us, but also taught us what we are truly made of Who would have thought we would find ourselves living in a time when having safe sex meant wearing a mask instead of a condom?
- Milestone or not, tremendous tasks remain (Editorial) On Dec. 10, the Yukon government’s formal response to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and Two-spirit + crisis was publicly released in a landmark ceremony.
December 11, 2020
- ‘Its’ and ‘whom’ are dying. So are ‘lie’ and ‘led’ Language changes constantly.
- Donnie: kindness, compassion and carpentry Oak and birch are two of the most-loved trees in the world, and for good reason.
- I’ve definitely got some time on my hands (Uffish Thoughts) I haven’t quite made up my mind about this experiment we’re running with Yukon Permanent Time – officially explained as being “seven hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC -7),” according to the government press releases.
- The decades pass, the question remains a constant (Comment) A while ago – when Pierre Trudeau and Jimmy Carter ruled vast tracts of North America, actually – I was living in west Quebec, steeped in journalism and political science studies at Carleton University.
December 4, 2020
- We’ll pay the price for ‘dithering’ on COVID-19 Is it time the government changed its COVID-19 strategy in B.C.?
- Message to YG: stop being a control freak (Comment) These are strange times we live in indeed... especially when it comes to the Yukon Government and its policies.
- Dutifully responding to the mask mandate (Uffish Thoughts) The entire congregation at St. Paul’s wore masks in our carefully spaced out Richard Martin Memorial Chapel last Sunday morning.
- The road isn’t stillborn; his worship says he’s sorry (Editorial) When a major mining corporation executive makes statements as blunt as this one, the Yukon government has a serious, unsettling problem on its hands.
November 27, 2020
- Users warned to be careful on the ice trail (Uffish Thoughts) Although people have been crossing the Yukon River at Dawson since three days after the ice stopped moving on Nov. 1, there is no official crossing at this writing.
- Nothing could mask this policy’s inevitability (Editorial) “If these folks had been in charge of safe sex instead of the safe six, we’d be looking at a baby boom next spring.”
November 23, 2020
- The journey to net zero emissions by 2050 (Comment) As the Government of Canada continues to protect and support Canadians through the COVID-19 pandemic, we must also look to rebuilding the economy and the opportunity of a better future.