Year: 2006

Shot in the arm for small business
In January, small business owners can make more profit while paying the government less in corporate tax.

Tim Querengesser / December 9, 2006

What does ‘zero tolerance’ on drugs mean?
Energy, Mines and Resources Minister Archie Lang owns a stake in the Capital Hotel. The Capital Hotel has a documented history of drug trafficking…

Tim Querengesser / December 9, 2006

outfitting policy not on the agenda fentie
In July, a communiqué was drafted at the Council of Yukon First Nations general assembly in Mayo demanding the Yukon government revoke its…

Tim Querengesser / December 9, 2006

Get in the Games with a guide
Shortly after noon Thursday there were officially 77 days, 10 hours, 54 minutes and 25 seconds left till the 2007 Winter Games.

Leighann Chalykoff / December 9, 2006

Let us cross the great rights divide
Gertrude Florence O’Neill, my grandmother, came into the world in 1876, more precisely on the early summer day of June 29th in what can be the…

Yukon News / December 9, 2006

Charges laid in Liard shooting
A Watson Lake man was arrested and charged in Vancouver on Thursday following a home invasion and shooting in Upper Liard on the weekend that sent…

Leighann Chalykoff / December 9, 2006

Trapped at the top of the world
Collared pikas are kleptomaniacs. They like to steal hay. But they also collect their own, said wildlife biologist Kieran O’Donovan,…

Genesee Keevil / December 9, 2006

A message to us all
The Tagish Lake meteorite has proved author Douglas Adams was, quite possibly, right. Hitchhikers, it seems, have populated the galaxy.

Yukon News / December 9, 2006

Sloppy conditions slow first Subway race
Canada Games contenders David Greer and Emily Nishikawa won the open event Wednesday night, as 54 skiers took part in the first Subway 5K of the…

Ian Stewart / December 9, 2006

Art therapy helps reveal buried emotions
Teegtha’Oh Zheh opened its doors Wednesday to show off artwork done by program participants. The work was done through a new art-therapy…

Yukon News / December 9, 2006

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A toast to the Yukon … To the beauty of the place we live, the people and their spirit who make it so, and to our Canadian military men and…

Doug Bell / December 7, 2006

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There’s something in the air that makes me crave ice cream You knew she was a cool customer, maybe even cold-hearted.

Juliann Fraser / December 7, 2006

our future resides in rural canada
Sécurité Chambre des communes is taking a hard look at me. They are equally suspect of everyone in the line behind me.

Yukon News / December 7, 2006