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- Tearful mom speaks of pain of son’s loss (12)
- Bus purchase may be sole-sourced (11)
- McDiarmid sentenced, released from custody (11)
- Protest intends to give a voice to victims (9)
- Family hears tearful apology from MacPherson (7)
- Victim’s father disappointed by sentence (5)
- ‘Unfounded’ sexual assault cases to be reviewed (4)
- Accused pedophile is now facing 65 charges (4)
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February 24, 2017
- Not happy? Well, whose fault is that? If you’re not happy and you don’t know why,
- The future of cable TV is in major change mode The world is changing in how we communicate, receive news, what we calling watching TV, shows, sports, etc.
- Put the fracking moratorium in writing, Mr. Premier Three months after forming government,
- Prestigious awards for an illustrious leader In the Feb. 7 issue of the Star, writer Murray Martin
February 22, 2017
- In my books, Bernier has fallen from grace Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier favours no limits of bullets in firearms clips.
- MacLean’s magazine apparently supports ageism In the Feb. 13 issue of MacLean’s magazine, columnist Scott Gilmore wrote a rant about baby boomers.
- Contracting rules have lapsed into craziness It was with huge interest I read Doug Martens’ letter in Monday’s Star
- Liberals’ envisioned ‘change’ is found in our pockets Hands up everyone who believes a country can continue to borrow money, grow the national debt indefinitely and never have to pay it back.
February 21, 2017
- Building walls: isn’t there an app for that? Walls are great if you remember their structural limitations, and humans have been building strong, secure walls for thousands of years.
February 20, 2017
- And all I wanted to do was stock the campground! Since returning to the Yukon in ’98, I have, with one exception, provided firewood for the local campground every year.
- Why are we the baby of the Canadian family? Yukon is the baby of the family of regions in Canada.
February 17, 2017
- I guess cold cash beats willing volunteers So my perfect morning cup of coffee was wrecked the other day when CBC interviewed George Harvey, the president of the Glacier Bears swim club.
- Councillor’s remarks were an uncalled-for slam I sat and listened to city councillor Rob Fendrick unleash his objections
- Why should ratepayers be on the hook for this? Ed. note: this is an open letter to Economic Development Minister Ranj Pillai, who is also responsible for the Yukon Energy Corp.
- A game changer First Nations meeting with the Yukon government (Star, Jan. 16)
- A kernel of truth? I was listening to that alternative radio station, CJUC-92.5 FM,
February 16, 2017
- Federal budget time is looming again Here are some opinions and predictions about the next federal budget’s tax measures.