Year: 2006

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Laying out a dream We are a young couple whose dream it was to own a hunting area in the Yukon. We holidayed in the Yukon many times and really…

Yukon News / December 21, 2006

its time to end the anarchy
Outfitters Chris and Sharron McKinnon are caught in a moment not of their making. There is nothing to suggest they are anything other than a decent…

Yukon News / December 21, 2006

All tuned up, with nowhere to play
Whitehorse is alive with music. But there’s nowhere to play it. “There are zero venues available,” said Triple J’s Music…

Genesee Keevil / December 21, 2006

Navigo portable broadband is a go
Navigo Broadband is shouldering its way into the increasingly crowded mobile digital internet market in Whitehorse with a rather novel mix of…

Tim Querengesser / December 21, 2006

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While Christmas hypnotizes, the immune preserve democracy I wanted to reserve my last column before the Big Day for a last shot at Christmas…

Juliann Fraser / December 21, 2006

Blasted sheep!
Sheep Mountain’s sheep will have to accustom themselves to explosions, dust and falling rock shards while the Alaska Highway is widened this…

Yukon News / December 21, 2006

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A Merry Christmas to you and yours — may the people under your roof never fall out, and may your roof never fall in. The freedom gift . . .

Doug Bell / December 21, 2006

Source of fuel leak remains a mystery
Two years and $200,000 later, the Yukon government is closing the book on its search for a fuel leak, which contaminated soil in parts of downtown…

Leighann Chalykoff / December 21, 2006

Bell improves in Moscow
Yukon cyclist Zach Bell posted an impressive ninth-place finish in the four-kilometre individual pursuit in the second stage of the UCI Track World…

Ian Stewart / December 21, 2006

Mt. Mac ski report
‘Tis the week before Christmas, and skiing is good through all of the trails. Wind and fresh snow overnight along with the very mild…

Yukon News / December 19, 2006

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A shocking stance Re: Chiefs must stop talking and start working (The News, December 13) Wow! After reading your editorial, I had to check the…

Yukon News / December 19, 2006

its time to talk archie
Archie Lang considers himself above answering questions. This is a problem. Lang oversees four cabinet portfolios - Energy, Mines and Resources,…

Yukon News / December 19, 2006

It’s a wrap…
The recent 12-day sitting of the Yukon legislature was never going to produce much. Fittingly, most of the Yukon Party government’s work is…

Tim Querengesser / December 19, 2006

Adventure racers find a footing for success
By Ian Stewart News Reporter For Greg and Denise McHale, 2006 was a good year. After four seasons of competitive adventure racing, the Whitehorse…

Ian Stewart / December 19, 2006