- Yukon Liberals: the first one hundred days (24)
- Ground problems stall work on care facility (24)
- Potential sole-sourced contract stirs concerns (12)
- Many travel to Ottawa for Supreme Court of Canada hearing (10)
- Growth planned for Yukon Gardens greenhouse (9)
- ‘Due process’ urged for OCP change for quarry (7)
- Hillcrest property owners may face city charge (5)
- ‘I actually teared up a couple of times’ (3)
Supplements published on Friday March 24, 2017
Stories published on Friday March 24, 2017
- Ancient artifacts and the secrets of making gold ( Bookends ) I get a lot of books in the mail from distributors and publicists who don’t seem to realize that the best I can do is review 50-60 books in the run of a year.
- Harley Pet Of The Week
- Teams announced for Men’s World Softball Championship In 104 days, Whitehorse will host more than 400 athletes and their fans for the 2017 Men’s World Softball Championship, event chairman George Arcand said today.
- Golden Bears repeat silver performance at U Sports Championships Thomas Scoffin’s final competition as a University of Alberta Golden Bear didn’t have the ending the 22-year-old skip wanted,
- Police officers’ actions need limits It was disgusting to read Wade Carrell’s letter in the Star on March 21.
- Need for new commissions, studies still evident Of course, Carolyn Bennett, the federal minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, attended the Intergovernmental Forum in Whitehorse last week (Star, Mar. 17).
- Liberals are arrogant on carbon tax A carbon tax is morally offensive and it’s wrong, and for a simple reason.
- LNG-carrying B-trains are worrisome, Mr. Mostyn Ed. note: this is a letter to Highways and Public Works Minister Richard Mostyn.
- History is the river all of us will descend ( Comment ) On a sunny autumn afternoon,
- The hidden, harmful implications have no thrift ( Editorial ) There are doubtless thousands of local residents who have been casually aware of the Salvation Army’s venerable thrift store and have never felt an iota of interest in visiting it.
- Association franco-yukonnaise receives project funding Yukon MP Larry Bagnell
- Saying Thanks Sean Secord
- Polish athlete completes highly personal Quest Michal Kielbasinski is not only the first person to walk from Whitehorse to Fairbanks on the Yukon Quest trail,
- Twin Percy races get off to a resounding start The crowd was a little thin for Thursday morning’s launching of the 41st Percy DeWolfe Memorial Mail Race.
- The mail-carrying tradition continues The race known locally as “The Percy” began in 1977
- Premier satisfied with foray to Ottawa Premier Sandy Silver says he had a successful trip to Ottawa this week.
- Porker On The Loose This escaped pig
- Correction A story in Wednesday’s edition
- Jewlery designer’s U.K. foray described as ‘intense and fun’ It’s been a month since Whitehorse-based jewelry designer and goldsmith Shelley MacDonald featured her work at a London Fashion Week show, but she’s still hard at work.
- Privacy of employee’s records was violated The Department of Education violated the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy (ATIPP) Act
- Watson Lake staffers to be locked out Monday The Town of Watson Lake will lock out its 21 unionized workers for six hours on Monday.
- Growth planned for Yukon Gardens greenhouse More locally grown vegetables could be making their way to the territory’s dinner tables
- Ground problems stall work on care facility Shifting ground has halted major structural steel work at the new Whistle Bend extended care facility,