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- YG turns inward for housing for new workers (18)
- Former councillor wants back into city politics (14)
- Drones, parking kiosks among recommendations (10)
- Call for new Yukon senator continues (8)
- Most of escaped wild boars remain at large (7)
- Hunting permit lottery to be looked at: Frost (7)
- Organics collection plan to cost much more (7)
- LNG depot still being considered for Whitehorse (6)
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July 18, 2018
- Are we into a royal Canadian hot air farce? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently came here (Star, July 3) to promise more compensation, inclusion, recognition, reconciliation, respect, support, unification and/or what else?
- Abortions will remain a reality Well, now we know the decision – Brett Kavanaugh for the U.S. Supreme Court, which was no great surprise.
July 13, 2018
- Announcement’s timing ‘completely unacceptable’ Ed. note: this is an open letter to Economic Development Minister Ranj Pillai and Environment Minister Pauline Frost.
- Greyhound opts to pick up its doghouse As I’m writing this Tuesday, it’s 33 years to the day that I first arrived in Whitehorse after hitchhiking all the way from St. Catharines, Ont.
- Why must these lots cost $230,000 each? When I look at lot prices in the Yukon communities, I have discovered some interesting findings.
- Express your views on the wage issue The Employment Standards Board is currently soliciting input from Yukoners as part of its review of the territorial minimum wage.
July 11, 2018
- Trump is helping create a recession in Canada U.S. President Donald Trump is pushing Canada and the rest of the world into a deep recession – and he will take the United States down with it.
July 9, 2018
- Tune in for the big announcement The announcement of the nomination for the new U.S. Supreme Court judge’s position will be made during prime time TV tonight by President Donald Trump.
- Why have Trudeau and Morneau said these things? I have tracked statements made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau since before the 2015 election. I put some on my Facebook page.
July 6, 2018
- Confirm our hunting and fishing laws’ legitimacy Re: Ross River Dene Council (RRDC) declaration requiring permits and numerous hunting closures (Star, June 29).
- How about some roses instead of weeds? Ed. note: this is a letter to Mayor Dan Curtis and city council.
- Encouraging true democracy! As you may know, in November 2017,
July 5, 2018
- Hope the cave kids story ends well The finding, and hopefully soon rescue,