- Fine for distracted driving increases to $500 from $250 (17)
- Court reviews conditions of youth’s release (13)
- ‘The leader has to change,’ candidate says (11)
- Townhouses plan provokes numerous concerns (8)
- AYC hears differing views on carbon tax (8)
- Man acquitted of impaired driving, drug charge (7)
- Skyline Apartments owner lands in court (4)
- Territory loses celebrated conservationist (4)
May 9, 2018
- Why are we subsidizing developers? Do Whitehorse residents support giving taxpayers’ money to developers who sell or rent condos (Star, May 8)?
- Liberals must end their carbon tax cover-up Justin Trudeau is trying to ram through his carbon tax,
- Residents have concerns with 12th Avenue traffic Ed. note: this is an open letter to Mayor Dan Curtis and city councillors.
May 8, 2018
- North Korea: beyond belief Nobody is totally useless if they can serve as a bad example.
- Canada must stop supporting terrorists Ed. note: this is a letter to Yukon MP Larry Bagnell.
- These flags are now tattered disgraces Some flags at the Tags gas station on Fourth Avenue in Whitehorse have been flying in utter disgrace for more than a week.
May 7, 2018
- This honour is well-deserved I am writing on behalf of the entire board and staff of the Yukon Association for Community Living (YACL).
May 4, 2018
- Is it inevitable? How many deaths
- We’re spinning our wheels on climate change A major audit has found Canada/the provinces have no idea how to adapt to climate change.
- Who will help me save our socialist utopia? The Conference Board of Canada has forecast brighter days ahead for Yukon’s struggling mining and private sector economy (Star, Apr. 30, May 2, May 4).
May 3, 2018
- Don’t believe the carbon tax low-balling A true carbon tax rebate is not possible because of the federal tax structure.
May 2, 2018
- We differ sharply on this issue On April 23, the Yukon Legislative Assembly passed a law to pave the way for legalized cannabis in the territory.
- Blame our lawmakers for these disgraces Last weekend, while I was walking the Millennium Trail, there were two dogs running loose, with the owners paying little attention.