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Map of Yukon mineral claims, Canadian Geographic
Ramsey Hart | Late last week, the Ross River Dena First Nation learned that the Supreme Court of Canada would not hear the Yukon government’s appeal of a decision that rebuked the territory's free entry system.
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Linda Leon | How to gain respect and receive invitations to better parties!
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Awna Besan | Internet bills in Northern Canada are up to five times higher than the average rate further south.
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George Lessard | A resolution to ban hydraulic fracturing was presented by Werner Rhein, resident and member of the group "Yukoners Concerned about Oil & Gas Exploration and Development" passes
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Ross River, Yukon. Photo: Geoff Fandrick/Flickr
Bertrand Schepper | On December 27 this past year, the appeals court of the Yukon Territory gave an important ruling regarding the rights of First Nations in relation to Yukon's free-entry mining policy.
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Montreal pride 2012
rabble staff | Painting lighthouses, making masks, writing letters to Elections Canada -- that's just some of the past week in rabble blogs.
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Linda Leon | On his recent visit to the North, Mr. Harper's message to Yukoners who didn’t vote Conservative was "you don't count."
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A protester bangs on a pan during a Quebec student protest
rabble staff | Many blogs about les Casseroles! The Yukon, Stephen Harper, and clowns also make an appearance in this week's round-up!
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Nick Falvo | Yukon is one of the few jurisdictions in Canada without a “poverty reduction strategy.” The consequences are outlined in a this new report.
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Linda Leon | How the Harper government's changes to the Fisheries Act will harm water quality and ecosystems in Canada and the Yukon.
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Lewis Rifkind | The conservative Yukon Party has swept to a third majority government in the Yukon Territory this week. As if to confirm this grim news, the sun did not come out yesterday morning in Whitehorse.
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Lewis Rifkind | If the Liberals, New Democrats, Greens, First Nation Party and Independents are all nibbling at the middle to left-of-centre vote, the right wingers could win in a number of key ridings in the Yukon.