Chris Windeyer

Canada’s hinterland is facing a transportation crisis

Greyhound’s abandonment of routes in western Canada is just the latest in a long pattern

Yukon government’s giveaway of millions to Northwestel is a huge mistake

All Northwestel has to do to rake in a $64-million public subsidy,…

City council was wise to back off its insane bullying bylaw

Bureaucrats often love to create solutions in search of problems. The City…

It’s time for the Yukon government to get into bus service

With Greyhound’s last departure, Yukoners have even fewer transportation options

The Liberals’ obsession with secrecy is undermining their own agenda

If carbon pricing fails, the Liberals will have nobody to blame but themselves

Man in custody after police search Whitehorse home

Lockdown of area schools and daycare lifted; residents can return home

Governments gone wild: Municipalities in Canada are increasingly out of control

It could be worse. But that doesn’t mean it’s good

Yes, online tough guys, murdering drug dealers is bad

Way back in 2001, shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, it was…

1 dead in Kopper King fire

Victim’s idenity hasn’t been released

UPDATED: Whitehorse Transit cancels some runs as union works to rule

City, YEU locked in dispute over severance pay, long-service bonuses

Sandy Silver doesn’t let the details get in the way of a good photo op

How hard is it for the government to answer a simple question? Very, apparently

The North’s way of life is no match for social media’s prudish algorithms

Northerners now find their cultures under a new kind of puritan scrutiny

Building a parking garage in downtown Whitehorse is a terrible idea

We can avoid the massive 20th-century mistakes of other cities

The Riverdale bus lane: more like this, please

It’s the kind of low-risk, high-reward experiment we should see more of

Whitehorse’s sidewalks are a deathtrap

In the interest of safety and simplicity, the city should just plow the sidewalks

Lunchtime power outage plunges parts of south Yukon into darkness

Power to 7,800 residents was out for up to 90 minutes

Imagine that: Yukon’s cannabis debate has been reasonable

Politicians here haven’t said anything blatantly insane, uninformed or stupid. That’s a win

In Yukon’s budget battle, politics trumps reason

It’s a shame our politicians have decided to take months of consultation and throw it in the trash

Yukon survey shows broad support for legal pot

But there’s no consensus on retail and distribution models

No more Mr. Nice Guy

Friendly leaders overseeing bad things are a feature of the system, not a bug