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The Numbers Yukon operation and maintenance spending in 2005: $583,038. Operation and maintenance spending in 2001: $434,963.

The Numbers

Yukon operation and maintenance

spending in 2005: $583,038.

Operation and maintenance spending

in 2001: $434,963.

Change in cost of government 2001-

2005, as a percentage: 34.

Population of the territory in 2001:

28,674.

Population of the territory in 2006:

31,608.

Change in population between 2001

and 2006, as a percentage: 10.

Cost of personnel in the Environment

department in 1999: $9.3 million.

Cost of personnel in 2005:

$12.8 million.

Environment budget 2005:

$19.6 million.

Budget in 1999: $14.1 million.

Number of campgrounds in 2005: 40.

Number of campgrounds in 1999: 41.

Number of daily campground permits

sold in 1999: 28,881.

Number sold in 2005: 22,542.

Number of resident hunting licences

issued in 1999: 4,032.

Number issued in 2005: 3,529.

Number of non-resident hunting

licences issued in 1999: 891.

Number of non-resident hunting

licences issued in 2005: 851.

Yukon timber operations in 1998: 18.

Yukon timber operations in 2005: 12.

Environment department revenue

 in 2005: $2.1 million.

Revenue in 1999: $869,000.

Estimated cost to draft a climate

change action plan in 2007: $145,000.

Amount Economic Development

plans to spend on office furniture in

2007: $173,000.

Value of Yukon fur, 2005: $350,000.

Value of Yukon fur, 1999: $225,000.

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