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Total number of visitors to the Yukon in February: 3,947. Total number of visitors to the Yukon in February 2006: 4,175.

Total number of visitors to the Yukon in February: 3,947.

Total number of visitors to the Yukon in February 2006: 4,175.

Total drop in tourist visits between February 2007 and

February 2006: 5.5 per cent.

Total retail sales in January: $31,138,000.

Retail sales in January 2006: $27,637,000.

Percentage change: 12.7.

Yukon’s annual inflation rate as of February ’06: 2.6 per cent.

Yukon’s annual inflation rate as of February: 1.3 per cent.

Annual salary increase negotiated by the Public Service

Alliance of Canada for territorial civil servants, per year:

3 per cent.

Length of contract: 3 years.

Market price for an ounce of gold on March 30th: $764.95.

Price one year ago: $681.59.

Percentage change: 12.17. (RM)

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