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- ‘We are facing a housing crisis in Ross River’ (17)
- Confusion shares the air with the carbon (15)
- Man’s sentence was excessive, court told (10)
- MLAs who vetoed wage study earn $93,000-plus: NDP (10)
- Home owner sues city following 2016 fire (6)
- Company files lawsuit against Watson Lake (3)
- Consultation begins on residential lots infills (3)
- City moves to legitimize dirt bike area use (2)
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May 26, 2017
- Help brighten the electoral reform blues, Mr. Bagnell Kudos to Premier Sandy Silver in restating the territorial Liberal promise to undertake discussions regarding electoral reform in the Yukon.
- City’s action is ‘extremely disappointing’ Re. the awarding of the City of Whitehorse fixed telecommunication services contract.
May 24, 2017
- ID demanders getting carried away Some people think that if something is worth doing, it’s worth overdoing.
- Tax will raise gas prices but create prospects As the refineries move to producing summer fuel,
- We listened to the mining community’s concerns Ed. note: the Yukon Party released this statement Tuesday.
May 19, 2017
- Kudos for the golden people of the Yukon! Firstly, I would like to thank Mark Wykes,
- Have we forgotten what the Canadian flag stands for? It will be interesting to see just how many Canadians will fly our Canadian flag come Canada Day.
May 17, 2017
- Let’s examine the truth about the city’s LICs Re. Hillcrest residents vote down city’s local improvement charge (LIC) plan (Star, May 12).
- We appreciate the city’s work The Hillcrest Community Association
- These closures have imposed a tax on the poor We need to call the closures of Raven Recycling’s free store,
- Keep the splendid launches on Haeckel Hill open! Paragliding is a unique quiet airsport that has hundreds of thousands of pilots around the world, 1,000 of them across Canada.
May 15, 2017
- Managing the debt is what they all do so well Apparently,
May 12, 2017
- Those opposing this facility are simply wrong The operation and maintenance costs of the new $150-million seniors’ special care facility in Whistle Bend will be significant.
- Why are conservation officers killing bison? Wildlife don’t need humans to manage them.
- We fail to follow the logic here Ed. note: this is an open letter to Whitehorse resident Martin Lawrie.
- A canyon-area quarry would extract a steep price Ed. note: this is an open letter to Mayor Dan Curtis and city council.
- National Aboriginal Day: in the spirit of reconciliation On Monday, May 8,
- A thought for today ... and for the victims Nine years ago,
- B.C. NDP should look into a mirror Most British Columbians would have loved to see Christy Clark,