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New oil-fired appliance regulations help keep Yukoners safe

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, January 08, 2016 by Currie Dixon, Minister of Community Services Here in the North, many of us use wood stoves or oil furnaces to heat our homes. It’s important to be aware of what we can do to use these appliances safely. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a […]

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Looking ahead to 2016

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Thursday, December 31, 2015 by Premier Darrell Pasloski As Yukoners reflect on the year that was, I want to take a moment to share some of the exciting initiatives that I hope we will all be talking about a year from now when we look back on 2016. […]

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A busy fall sitting comes to its close

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, December 18, 2015 by Premier Darrell Pasloski The fall sitting of the Yukon Legislative Assembly came to a close on Tuesday. As Premier, I am proud of the work accomplished throughout this sitting and over the past four years. If you compare the Yukon Party’s election platform […]

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2015 fall sitting of the 33rd Yukon Legislative Assembly concludes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 15, 2015 2015 fall sitting of the 33rd Yukon Legislative Assembly concludes Six acts receive assent Important motions receive unanimous support WHITEHORSE—The fall sitting of the 33rd Yukon Legislative Assembly came to a close today with the passage of the 2015/16 Supplementary Budget. Six pieces of legislation – both new acts […]

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Canada Cares awards celebrate contributions of Yukoners

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, December 11, 2015 by Mike Nixon, Minister of Health & Social Services As the father of a son with autism, I, along with other families in similar situations, am particularly aware of the challenges facing anyone who must provide care for a loved one with special needs. […]

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Yukon MLAs urge consultation on National Aboriginal Day holiday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 9, 2015 Yukon MLAs urge consultation on National Aboriginal Day holiday Motion receives unanimous consent Consultation essential before moving forward WHITEHORSE—A motion urging the Government of Yukon to consult with Yukon First Nations, employers, employees, and the general public about declaring National Aboriginal Day a statutory holiday in Yukon received unanimous […]

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Reporting Back to Yukoners and the World on our Climate Change Action Plan

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, December 4, 2015 by Wade Istchenko, Minister of Environment On Wednesday of this week, I tabled the 2015 Climate Change Action Plan Progress Report in the Yukon Legislative Assembly. The report tells the story of a government that recognizes the magnitude of changes to our northern climate […]

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Yukon MLAs urge federal government to support northern infrastructure needs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 3, 2015 Yukon MLAs urge federal government to support northern infrastructure needs Important funding helps Yukon build vibrant, healthy, and sustainable communities WHITEHORSE—A motion urging the Government of Canada to support the infrastructure needs of the North by providing new federal infrastructure funding was passed yesterday in the Yukon Legislative Assembly. […]

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Yukon MLAs unanimously pass motion on federal Mineral Exploration Tax Credit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 3, 2015 Yukon MLAs unanimously pass motion on federal Mineral Exploration Tax Credit Yukon Legislative Assembly urges Government of Canada to continue and enhance important program for mining sector Exploration and mining is key to Yukon’s economic well-being WHITEHORSE—A motion urging the Government of Canada to continue its Mineral Exploration Tax […]

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NDP and Liberals plan to cancel continuing care facility

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2015 NDP and Liberals plan to cancel continuing care facility WHITEHORSE—After a series of motions and questions in the legislature this week, it has become clear that both the NDP and Liberals would cancel the desperately-needed continuing care facility. “Both opposition parties have now made their intentions clear – they […]

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