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9-1-1: Improving public safety across Yukon

9-1-1: Improving public safety across Yukon As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, August 29th, 2014. by Brad Cathers, Minister of Community Services An ongoing commitment of your government is to improve emergency response capabilities in the territory. One initiative that has been the focus of much work is the introduction of 9-1-1 services […]

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From Source to Tap- ensuring all Yukoners have access to safe drinking water

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, August 1st, 2014 by Brad Cathers, Minister of Community Services The way in which Yukoners access drinking water can vary significantly depending on where they live. In larger Yukon communities, water may be accessed through a municipal water supply and piped distribution system. By contrast, Yukoners living […]

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Paramedics Save Lives

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, May 30th, 2014 by Brad Cathers, Minister of Community Services The national Paramedic Services Week, which started May 25 and runs until May 31, recognizes the individuals who make up Canada’s Emergency Medical Services and their contributions to their communities. This year’s theme, Our Family Caring for […]

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Yukon Government at Work, So Yukoners Can Play (and Succeed)

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, March 21st, 2014 by Brad Cathers, Minister of Community Services Yukoners are known nationally and internationally for their love of sport, recreation and the outdoors, so it should come as no surprise that we have a number of elite Yukon athletes, despite our small population. The qualification […]

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Continuing to Invest in our Emergency Response System

As submitted to the Whitehorse Star on Friday, March 14th, 2014 by Brad Cathers, Minister of Community Services Recently, I announced the delivery of a new $336,000 pumper fire truck to the Ibex Valley Volunteer Fire Department. The truck is your government’s latest investment in Yukon’s emergency response system, and reflects our ongoing commitment to […]

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