Pointed Views

Yukon government’s PTSD legislation strikes the right balance

First responders deserve the benefit of the doubt. Real estate lawyers? Not so much

  • Nov 14th, 2017

The Yukon government needs to nurse community health centres back to health

If current incentives aren’t getting it done, the government needs to offer more

  • Oct 31st, 2017

Political freakout over stoned driving is reefer madness

Driving high is about as dangerous as driving with kids in the back seat

  • Oct 17th, 2017

Liberal tax proposal not worth the political pain

Pick your battles

  • Oct 10th, 2017

Believe it or not, the Yukon needs more MLAs

The current formula shortchanges urban voters and committee work

  • Sep 19th, 2017
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      Opposition parties will have to work harder if they want to beat Trudeau in 2019

      The economy is strong and the Liberals haven’t made enough blunders to lose — yet

      • Sep 12th, 2017

      The carbon tax is supposed to incentivize low carbon alternatives

      Almost everything government does involves the choosing of so-called “winners” and “losers”

      • Sep 5th, 2017

      How much value is there in Yukon’s online survey results?

      The government wants to hear what you think.

      • Aug 29th, 2017

      Climate change denialists will likely get their way

      We’re probably doomed, thanks to conspiracy theories and pseudoscience

      • Aug 15th, 2017

      Health care: Can’t live with it, can’t get ‘skinny repeal’ through the Senate

      Neither Obamacare nor our health care system are perfect, but both are better than nothing

      • Aug 8th, 2017

      The opinion page is supposed to be biased

      When you say an opinion writer is biased what you really mean is ‘I disagree with this article’

      • Aug 1st, 2017

      Higher interest rates are going to hurt

      Rates are heading back towards historic norms. In our high-debt society, that’s bad news

      • Jul 25th, 2017

      Omar Khadr might be no angel, but Canada still violated his rights

      Nobody’s asking you to be happy he’s getting $10.5 million

      • Jul 18th, 2017

      Anonymity degrades public discourse

      ‘Don’t read the comments’ is good advice when people don’t put their name to what they write

      • Jul 11th, 2017

      Canada’s social conservatives look at America with envy

      In the U.S., the religious right has a chance to remake the Supreme Court. In Canada, not so much.

      • Jul 4th, 2017

      Universal child care subsidizes the wealthy

      There are better ways to ensure daycare is available to families who need it

      • Jun 21st, 2017