Keith Halliday

Yukonomist: Don’t be that person

Back in the Yukon’s early days, visitors were often astonished at how…

Yukonomist: Steering your business through COVID-19

While “proofing” your business against the impacts might not be possible, being prepared is.

Yukonomist: Budget 2020: Borrowing to keep the good times rolling

Another year of record government spending thanks to the distant taxpayers of Southern Canada.

Yukonomist: Silvertip, Covid-19 and the Yukon economy: Chapter 1

Covid-19 has just delivered a crushing head-down bodycheck to markets.

Yukonomist: We’re all in this together

We need to do better than the way the male candidate for the crown was treated

Yukonomist: Whitehorse through the eyes of an app

You probably don’t use an app to decide where to dine out…

Yukonomist: Three questions on Yukon Zinc and China

The case heard recently in Yukon Supreme Court is particularly troubling

Yukonomist: Forty @ Forty Below: Celebrating a 292-page legal text

If you put the UFA to music, it would be a multi-day Wagnerian opera sung by teams of lawyers.

Yukonomist: A parallel Siberian universe

If you’ve watched Werner Herzog’s fascinating documentary Happy People: A Year in…

Yukonomist: The beast in your basement

There’s a beast in your basement and its accomplice in your driveway

Yukonomist: A zero-carbon replacement for our LNG plant

Consider small, modular nuclear reactors

Yukonomist: Yukon risks 2020

It might not be a terrible idea to take advantage of quiet in January to update your emergency kit

Yukonomist: Moral philosophy and the electric Beaver

Don’t expect to see an electric Beaver soaring over Yukon traplines tomorrow

Yukonomist: Our fake fur Queen

The Queen says she won’t be using anymore real fur

Yukonomist: Dreaming of a green Christmas

How to keep the environment in mind this holiday season

Yukonomist: Your yogurt container’s dirty secret

You should still recycle, but recycling one might be giving you a false sense of environmental virtue

6,000 electric vehicles in the Yukon

It seems clear that there will be a lot more electric vehicles on Yukon roads in 2030

Yukonomist: The squirrel, the husky and the rope

The squirrel is political popularity.

Yukonomist: Time for a truly independent electoral reform commission

Last week, something unusual happened. Our elected representatives had a serious debate…