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Yukon moving to lottery system for hunters' special guide licences
The Yukon government is moving to a lottery system for its special guiding licences, which means hunters in the territory will no longer have to stand in line for hours to get one of the popular permits.
Report: huge gas resource in BC, Yukon and NWT, but will it get to market?
CALGARY – One of the world's largest supplies of shale natural gas is sitting beneath an area spanning the British Columbia, Yukon and Northwest Territories boundaries, according to a new study. But with dismal commodity prices and no immediate way to ...
Yukon parents want better communication about French programs
The Yukon government must do a better job providing information to Whitehorse parents about French second-language programs in schools, according to a survey conducted last fall. "We do have some work to do around awareness so that parents who are ...
British adventurer travels entire Yukon Quest trail on foot
Mark Hines' definition of going for a hike might be a little different from most people's. This week, the British adventurer completed the 1,600-kilometre Yukon Quest trail — used for the famous annual sled dog race — between Fairbanks, Alaska, and ...
Raven bets on biomass
Left: Technician Chris Schmidt explains the the new biomass boiler installed at Raven Recycling which runs on rough wood chips, rather than uniform pellets. Right: Cold Climate Innovation at Yukon College helped fund the project, hoping to bring more ...

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