- Vote split affected outcome, Conservatives agree (27)
- Yukoners to send another Liberal to Ottawa (21)
- RCMP, government apologize over handling of charges against former EA (17)
- Third dose is for immuno-compromised Yukoners (16)
- RCMP offer residents help to prevent thefts in Whitehorse (13)
- Break-in spurs help for store owner (9)
- More cases reported, alert issued (8)
- Candidates assess Yukoners’ verdict (7)
August 25, 2021
- To the U.S.: humiliation can be good for you (Comment) The footage on Aug. 16 of a giant USAF transport taking off from Kabul airport with desperate Afghans clinging to its fuselage – and then dropping off – will find a place alongside the iconic shot of Americans queueing for the last helicopter on the roof of the U.S. embassy in Saigon in 1975.
August 20, 2021
- PM’s character the issue in unneeded election (Comment) Unneeded, unwanted.
- That fizzle was the Bagnell-Smith ‘rematch’ (Editorial) “Opposing political parties find themselves on the critical list today after being hit and run over by the Big Red Liberal Machine.”
August 18, 2021
- Graves show a huge government failure (Comment) People are mad. Finally! And sadly, belatedly.
August 17, 2021
- IPCC climate report: the scientists’ language There are 150 new coal-fired plants under construction or already approved and funded in the world.
August 13, 2021
- The Societies Act says: get compliant! (Comment) If you are a member of a Yukon registered non-profit society or association, you are cordially invited to the Bureaucratese Waltz.
- ‘The Bagman’opts to pack the boxes (Comment) An actual dream – not an absurd recital of creative fantasy – was relayed to the Star a couple of days after Larry Bagnell announced his departure from politics on Aug. 5.
- Olympics good? Bad? No clear answers (Comment) It was 4:56 last Friday morning.
- Marking the return of THE definite article (Uffish Thoughts) Some government directives come with major press releases and photo ops.
August 11, 2021
- Britain says, ‘Let the bodies pile high!’ “Let the bodies pile high in their thousands,” expostulated Boris Johnson in his private office, but the door was open and a number of witnesses heard him.