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The Sudbury Star
'Caribou Legs' makes Sudburyhave close ties to their culture because they're water people and we want that
'Caribou Legs' makes Sudbury
The Sudbury Star / Posted 57 minutes ago
have close ties to their culture because they're water people and we want that left alone. We want the Canadian government to protect our right to harvest fresh water, so we can teach on those rights to our kids and pass on that... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Harper promises Yukon its own unit of reserves, money for huntersStephen Harper pledged in mid-August that if re-elected. his government would s
Harper promises Yukon its own unit of reserves, money for hunters
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
Stephen Harper pledged in mid-August that if re-elected. his government would swell the ranks of the military reserve force to 30,000 from 24,000. On Friday, he announced that a new unit will be established in the Yukon as part of that effort. The... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Notebook: Clash of the campaign signs and Liberal déjà vuthe only former Liberal MP making a bid to return to the House of Commons. Abou
Notebook: Clash of the campaign signs and Liberal déjà vu
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
the only former Liberal MP making a bid to return to the House of Commons. About a dozen Liberal candidates, from Quebec to Yukon, have previously been MPs over the years. Does that give them an edge as most of the former MPs have been present in... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Yukon MP tackles, arrests woman vandalising his election signIn camouflage, carrying handcuffs, Yukon Conservative MP and former mixed-marti
Yukon MP tackles, arrests woman vandalising his election sign
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
In camouflage, carrying handcuffs, Yukon Conservative MP and former mixed-martial-arts fighter Ryan Leef jumped out of the bushes in the darkness to tackle an 110-pound woman caught destroying his campaign signs along the Alaska Highway. Whitehorse... Read more
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Business Standard India
Rahul Jacob: Will Beijing's woes be India's gain?of the past few weeks. He said, unconvincingly, that his wife was somewhere in
Rahul Jacob: Will Beijing's woes be India's gain?
Business Standard India / Posted 2 days ago
of the past few weeks. He said, unconvincingly, that his wife was somewhere in the suburbs of Beijing in meetings with the government and not allowed to have her phone on. He described her predicament as "normal." Also distressing was the public... Read more
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BC Local News
Election 2015: Five candidates in Chilliwack-Hope weigh in on the subject of wild salmonthe impact this is currently having on Chilliwack-Hope. What do you envision do
Election 2015: Five candidates in Chilliwack-Hope weigh in on the subject of wild salmon
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
the impact this is currently having on Chilliwack-Hope. What do you envision doing, if elected, to ensure the federal government is taking adequate measures to preserve and protect iconic salmon runs of the Fraser River for all British... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Five candidates in Chilliwack-Hope weigh in on the subject of wild salmonthe impact this is currently having on Chilliwack-Hope. What do you envision do
Five candidates in Chilliwack-Hope weigh in on the subject of wild salmon
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
the impact this is currently having on Chilliwack-Hope. What do you envision doing, if elected, to ensure the federal government is taking adequate measures to preserve and protect iconic salmon runs of the Fraser River for all British... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
Obama to announce Alaska grants, new role for Denali Commissionwill provide guidance and support these efforts as appropriate, as part of its
Obama to announce Alaska grants, new role for Denali Commission
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 2 days ago
will provide guidance and support these efforts as appropriate, as part of its mission to enhance coordination of U.S. government activities in the Arctic, help set priorities across diverse missions and programs, and provide the basis for a... Read more
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Washington Post
Even a modest slowdown in China sacks the global commodities marketCompanies are now trimming long-term demand projections. “This period of incre
Even a modest slowdown in China sacks the global commodities market
Washington Post / Posted 6 days ago
Companies are now trimming long-term demand projections. “This period of incredible construction is flattening out,” said Yukon Hwang, a specialist in Chinese economic development at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. “Demand won’t... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
A float down the Tanana RiverAllen's Tanana River. Nor is it the Trail River of people living here thousands
A float down the Tanana River
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 7 days ago
Allen's Tanana River. Nor is it the Trail River of people living here thousands of years before the nineteenth-century government explorer struggled his way down the Tanana. But it seems close. I'm on a family trip down the wide brown river,... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Election candidates tangle over northwestern B.C. border crossingAlaska. People wishing to enter the country during that eight-hour period now
Election candidates tangle over northwestern B.C. border crossing
Terrace Standard / Posted 8 days ago
Alaska. People wishing to enter the country during that eight-hour period now phone an agent on duty in Beaver Creek, Yukon in order to be cleared. The move has been criticized by the border agents' union, the Customs and Immigration Union,... Read more
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Alaska Public
Report lists watersheds, salmon habitat potentially affected by B.C. minesnext decade. Well, from our perspective, that’s unacceptable,” Porter said. “So
Report lists watersheds, salmon habitat potentially affected by B.C. mines
Alaska Public / Posted 9 days ago
next decade. Well, from our perspective, that’s unacceptable,” Porter said. “So we believe that it is the responsibility of government, industry and our communities to prepare for such an eventuality.” His organization compiled this report as a... Read more
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TribLIVE
Public offered chance to view I-70 construction plansState transportation officials intend to display plans for improving the Yukon
Public offered chance to view I-70 construction plans
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
State transportation officials intend to display plans for improving the Yukon and Madison-Waltz Mill interchanges along Interstate 70 in South Huntingdon and Sewickley and Hempfield townships during an open house set for Sept. 3 at the Yukon Fire... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: A float down the Tanana RiverAllen’s Tanana River. Nor is it the Trail River of people living here thousands
Alaska Science Forum: A float down the Tanana River
Juneau Empire / Posted 14 days ago
Allen’s Tanana River. Nor is it the Trail River of people living here thousands of years before the nineteenth-century government explorer struggled his way down the Tanana. But it seems close. I’m on a family trip down the wide brown river,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Federal government in court to force five First Nations to disclose financesLawyers for the federal government are to be in court today to persuade a judge
Federal government in court to force five First Nations to disclose finances
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Lawyers for the federal government are to be in court today to persuade a judge to force five First Nations to open their books to the public. The reserves are protesting the government’s transparency law, which since last year requires all First... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
National securities regulator won’t pressure provinces to join: chairmanto join in as we’re going along, great.” Ontario, British Columbia, Saskatchew
National securities regulator won’t pressure provinces to join: chairman
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
to join in as we’re going along, great.” Ontario, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Yukon have all signed on to participate. Alberta, which initially came out against the plan, has been softening its stance,... Read more
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FOX News
The FBI may have her server, but Hillary’s still got the GOPThat matter concluded with her assertion that the money showered on her and her
The FBI may have her server, but Hillary’s still got the GOP
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
That matter concluded with her assertion that the money showered on her and her husband by those with business before the government simply did not affect her judgment. Oh, in that case… Now, the topic of the late summer is an FBI investigation... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Climate Change: Have We Reached the Point of No Return?to be closer to 99 percent. So think about that, considering that the single l
Climate Change: Have We Reached the Point of No Return?
Naked Capitalism / Posted 19 days ago
to be closer to 99 percent. So think about that, considering that the single largest ice sheet on the planet up in the Yukon Territories, the single largest ice sheet outside of the poles, that means that entire ice sheet would be gone. So just... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Despite oil shock, Western Canada still needs workers: Statscanin the year. The next-highest provincial rates were in British Columbia and Sas
Despite oil shock, Western Canada still needs workers: Statscan
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
in the year. The next-highest provincial rates were in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. (When territories are included, Yukon was highest, at 3.9 per cent.) The lowest provincial vacancy rates were in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island,... Read more
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Alaska Public
Wednesday, July 22, 2015on the Senate floor Tuesday. Dozens Testify Against Megaprojects In Anchorage
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Alaska Public / Posted 23 days ago
on the Senate floor Tuesday. Dozens Testify Against Megaprojects In Anchorage Zachariah Hughes, KSKA – Anchorage The government body that handles transportation across Anchorage saw its largest turnout in more than a decade for public... Read more
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Alaska Public
Chinook Closures Impede Summer Chum Subsistence “Chinook salmon, Yukon Delta NWR.” Photo: Craig Springer, U.S. Fish & Wildlif
Chinook Closures Impede Summer Chum Subsistence
Alaska Public / Posted 23 days ago
“Chinook salmon, Yukon Delta NWR.” Photo: Craig Springer, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Via Flickr Creative Commons. Summer chum and Chinook salmon have begun their runs along the Yukon... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
I was suspended for blowing .05 – will my insurance rates go up?laws that allow police to suspend your licence on the spot if your BAC is over
I was suspended for blowing .05 – will my insurance rates go up?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
laws that allow police to suspend your licence on the spot if your BAC is over .05 (.04 in Saskatchewan and .06 in the Yukon). In Ontario, the roadside suspension starts at three days the first time you’re caught with a BAC in the warning... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Harper heads north on campaign tour as Duffy trial resumesliving allowances. Of the three northern territorial ridings in Canada, the Co
Harper heads north on campaign tour as Duffy trial resumes
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
living allowances. Of the three northern territorial ridings in Canada, the Conservatives are currently incumbents in two: Yukon and Nunavut. They’re trying to wrest the Northwest Territories from the NDP’s Dennis Bevington. To that end, Mr.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
RU-486: Better late than never, but still not good enoughcare, and one that rural communities are often too small to guarantee. Those wh
RU-486: Better late than never, but still not good enough
The Globe and Mail / Posted 30 days ago
care, and one that rural communities are often too small to guarantee. Those who need referrals from their GPs in the Yukon, for example, must sometimes exchange their privacy in return for service. For some, barriers like this are... Read more

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