Rogue sign

I own a property downtown. This is just down the street from Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel.

I own a property downtown. This is just down the street from Liberal candidate Tamara Goeppel. I was shocked and disappointed to learn that she had placed her campaign sign on my property without asking for my permission or making any attempt to contact me. This is wrong.

I am presently out of the Territory and recently saw the CBC coverage regarding her proxy scandal. This is not how any candidate should get votes. It is wrong.

I support the NDP, they have the team and the experience to govern. They treat all Yukoners with respect.

Barbara Bergmann,

Whitehorse (currently in Saskatoon)

Just Posted

U.S. government recommends largest development option for ANWR

The final environmental impact statement was released on Sept. 12

Yukon releases its FASD Action Plan

Seven priorites, 31 actions outlined

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World

18 people evacuated from Ethel Lake as nearby wildfire grows

The North Crooked Creek fire, burning south of Stewart Crossing, has grown to 24,842 hectares

Crown rests case in Ibex Valley murder trial

Edward James Penner, 22, is accused of killing Adam Cormack in 2017

City council news, briefly

Some of the decisions made by Whitehorse city council Sept. 9

For the first time, women outnumber men at the Annual Klondike Road Relay

The field of 1,877 runners included 1,141 women, a first for the event

History Hunter: There was more than gold in them thar hills

With placer production and the general population of the Yukon both declining… Continue reading

Yukonomist: How the Yukon saved the economy

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

Just Doo-Doo Its sit on the throne after winning the Great Klondike International Outhouse Race

“Running with an outhouse can be a little sketchy at times”

Yukon mountain bikers compete at Quebec championships

“In the end, it’s the race that matters”

Commentary: Choose people over paperwork

Frank Turner The following is an open letter to Stephen Samis, deputy… Continue reading

Most Read