Keith Halliday

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…

Yukonomist: The North and Canada’s election campaign

It was inspiring to see one of the major party leaders kick…

Yukonomist: Election 2019: Almost as fun as a hockey pool

The federal election has officially kicked off, and just in time. The…

Yukonomist: How the Yukon saved the economy

During the Klondike gold rush, the prospect of free gold drew more…

Yukonomist: Electoral reform commission – a strange new government beast

It makes you question everything that is normal

Yukonomist: Fun facts for your next violent barbecue debate about government jobs

Have you ever been at a barbecue where someone starts talking loudly…

Yukonomist: If climate change was a pothole, we already would have fixed it

Paved roads are good, but I fear we have gone too far

Yukonomist: Yukon housing, labour and Adam Smith’s invisible hand

‘Despite living in an area the size of France with just 40,000 people, we have somehow engineered a land shortage for ourselves.’

Yukonomist: Riverdale time capsule

There was a newspaper from 1980 hidden in the wall

Yukonomist: Yukon summer reading

The sunny days of Canada Day weekend reminded me that the Yukon…