Interface fire must be treated as a priority
- Transit users advised to find alternatives (12)
- Union hopes strike action can be averted (7)
- Youngest-ever commissioner learning the ropes (7)
- Business is ready to sell cannabis immediately (7)
- City manager clarifies positions in negotiations (6)
- Entrepreneur, innovators to receive a new hub (6)
- Disaster planning is crucial, conference delegates told (4)
- City approves YG plan to create group home (2)
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March 19, 2018
- City has carved out a trail of utter confusion The flawed Snowmobile Bylaw has left a trail of confusion and controversy in our neighbourhoods.
- Don’t subsidize mining on ratepayers’ backs! Ed. note: this is an open letter to the Yukon government.
March 16, 2018
- Have we not learned from mining failures? Although I did not hear about it in the news,
- Our city is unaffordable When you build a new home in Whitehorse,
- So what went down, Mr. Bagnell? Ed. note: this is a letter to Yukon MP Larry Bagnell.
- U.S. veterinarian clearly missed the ‘X’ factor As a veterinarian, Chris Albert, of Lebanon Junction, KY,
- Biomass: are we finally getting it right? Finally,
- We appreciate YG’s commitment to tourism 2017 has been called a record year for Canada’s tourism industry by Destination Canada.
March 14, 2018
- Our flags are flying in tattered disgrace The Canadian flag, along with the territorial and the American flags, is flying in utter disgrace at the Qwanlin Mall.
- You kill wolves to make pompoms? So wild wolves are trapped … that painful and frightening and long-lasting event ... so that you can make pompoms (Star, March 9)?
- Asteroid mining is a long-shot prospect How could I miss the item in the March 12 Star (“One big asteroid could ruin the mining industry”)?
- Mayor’s profile says election is coming I see our mayor is getting himself in every picture he can.
- What’s an Interface Fire Response Strategy? There seems to be considerable difference between what the volunteer fire department (VFD) chiefs consider a holistic plan to deal with wildfire and what the government thinks is adequate.
March 12, 2018
- New road will make mining industry sizzle The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun and YTG have agreed to allow the construction of a new road to resources, northeast of Keno City (Star, March 5, 6).
March 9, 2018
- Our family still awaits the answers about Dad’s death We are pleased that more monies are going to the Yukon RCMP to create the Historical Case Unit (Star, March 7).
- Pull your heads out of the sand! Wildfires are our greatest threat here in the Yukon … plain and simple fact (Star, March 2).
- Liberals’ priorities are misty Ed. note: Patti McLeod, the official Opposition critic for the Women’s Directorate and the Yukon Party MLA for Watson Lake, released this statement Thursday.
- The CBC is cheer-leading a cruel cause If you can hunt them, trap them, or hook them up to a sled, I am sure the CBC would love to here from you!
- Letter was spot-on! Re. “A hogwash budget fronted by childish antics”, by Sally Wright, Star letters, March 7.
- We are creating access to clean drinking water I would like to thank Mr. Joseph Quesnel of the Frontier Centre for Public Policy
March 8, 2018
- Freeing an accused can be risky There has been concern when a Melbourne principal accused of child abuse,