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Linda Leon | The end of Per Vote Subsidy is an end to a fair way of funding political parties. Linda Leon writes to encourage her MP to vote in favour of retaining it.
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Lewis Rifkind | Results from North of Sixty for the federal election were bad, then good, then bad again. Looking at the big media election maps, the North was coloured blue, orange and then blue.
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Lewis Rifkind | Recent visitors to the Yukon and Northwest Territories have stirred the political waters.
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Lewis Rifkind | A look at most of the Yukon Territory candidates in the 2011 federal election and the issues they might face.
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Na-cho Nyak Dun elder Jimmy Johnny describes his love for the Peel Watershed in the Yukon, where 20 per cent is under threat from mining plans. Photo: Shannon Thompson
Shannon Thompson | Yukon First Nations mobilize to protect traditional territories in the Peel River Watershed in the northeast of the province, and gain attention from around the world.
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Meagan Perry | A Whitehorse paramedic says the violence she witnessed in the 2008 incident has 'had long-term negative effects.' The RCMP say it would be 'inappropriate' to comment on the allegations.
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Lewis Rifkind | After long and careful deliberation and consultation with Yukoners the Peel Watershed Planning Commission has just issued its recommended plan.
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Lewis Rifkind | it would now appear that political involvement from the premier prevented the Commission from receiving critical information about the Peel River watershed from Yukon government bureaucrats.
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Lewis Rifkind and Theresa Gulliver | The Yukon Territory's free entry system for mineral exploration threatens to drive a stake through the heart of the Yukon's Peel River watershed.