The potential consequences of the Peel decision
- Whopping raises prove divisive for council (13)
- Sentence leaves officer with no criminal record (10)
- Purchaser looking to expand mine’s lifespan (5)
- Quakes may be factor in water main break (5)
- Changes have diluted label study: researcher (5)
- Major water main break investigated (4)
- Jobless rate fell in January: stats (4)
- Yukoners push through overflow toward finish (1)
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February 16, 2018
- Trump has similarities with a desperate despot Last Nov. 10, I wrote an article on the life of Adolf Hitler and Hitler’s use of words to conquer the world.
- We pay for CBC’s cheer-leading The exploitation and killing of non-human sentient beings appears to be an ongoing celebration.
- Council: we’re not your private piggy bank! I was disgusted to read that members of city council, in a 4-3 vote, has passed a motion to give themselves “whopping raises” (Star, Feb. 13).
- When will our roads be improved? The world is always changing, which changes our weather patterns. Whitehorse is no different.
- We must stop wasting the Yukon’s resources The Yukon Recycling Engagement Survey’s current status: starting the consultation about new Yukon taxes and fees,
- Payback is not for the weak of heart Rude people are demanding our attention and defrosting our cool, all across Canada.
February 15, 2018
- Why do people run for public office? Coun. Betty Irwin has stated she needs the councillor job’s money to live on (Star, Feb. 13). That’s being open and honest.
February 14, 2018
- Beware of frequently-absent council members With regard to the coming municipal election,
- Should we limit prime ministers’ job tenure? Canadian prime ministers should only be permitted to stay in the post for a maximum of 10 years.
- These youth will contribute to the community I write in response to your editorial of Feb. 9 (“This isn’t the way to create a group home.”)
- He fatally shoots a man, yet goes free! I must be having a bad dream.
- Why are you concealing facts of the Boushie case? Re. Emily Blake’s “Boushie solidarity march goes on Tuesday” (Star, Feb. 12).
- Amid Frost’s inaction, here’s a suggestion With a lack of any plan coming from the Liberal government,
February 13, 2018
- Please spare a thought for a vet Here’s one situation a war vet experienced during the Second World war.
February 12, 2018
- Methods for stress relief for all Yukoners First responders often experience stressful traumatic events leading to PTSD.
- This honour requires the dedication of many On Jan. 26, I was honoured to receive the Governor General’s Emergency Medical Services award for Exemplary Service Medal (Star, Jan. 31).
- Where are all the Olympic safety officials? Watching the Olympics, I wonder where the occupational health and safety officials are.
February 9, 2018
- PM has $10 M for Kadhr, excuses for veterans “‘Why are we still fighting against certain veteran’s groups in court? Because they are asking for more than we are able to give right now,’ Trudeau said.” (Star, Feb. 2.)
- Frost build-up can stop your furnace! Our oil furnace went out this week, but we got it going again today, thanks to a great service person.