Yukon Party ministers should pay for Peel appeal

Yukon Party ministers should pay for Peel appeal So Resource Minister Scott Kent, Premier Darrell Pasloski and the Yukon cabinet have decided to waste more money on an appeal. I have an idea: Given the huge costs covered by taxpayers, would the boys agre

So Resource Minister Scott Kent, Premier Darrell Pasloski and the Yukon cabinet have decided to waste more money on an appeal.

I have an idea: Given the huge costs covered by taxpayers, would the boys agree to absorb the costs of the appeal? They can reduce their salaries to $1 each until the full costs are recovered.

Come on Darrell and Scott, show Yukoners that you really believe in the appeal and put your money where your mouth is. I bet no Vancouver lawyer would agree to wait and be paid only if the government wins the appeal.

Stella Mcpherson

Whitehorse

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