Yukoners turn to farming to build self sufficiency, market for local food
As Yukon’s local food business develops, there’s potential to start exporting food products to Alaska or southern Canada
Expert says forests killed by insects or fire need to be protected
Yukon saw 67 wildfires covering an area of more than 856 square kilometres last year.
Canada to oppose Alaska oil drilling on caribou habitat: minister
Porcupine herd is considered crucial to the physical and cultural health of Indigenous people.
‘Hardest part is behind’ territorial economies: conference board
Economic growth is expected to average 1.8% in the three territories between 2016 and 2020.
Feds ink infrastructure funding deal with Yukon
Worth almost $52.3 million for this year and next to help pay for 22 projects.
Will huge gas resource in BC, Yukon and NWT get to market?
It’s not clear whether companies behind export proposals will ultimately decide to go ahead.
Yukon regrets releasing fracking docs to media
E-mail to other government departments mistakenly went to local reporter.
CFIB gives Nova Scotia a “D” for red tape burden
Red Tape Report Card says province has made no progress in eliminating bureaucratic burden for small business.
Plastic to oil machine generates heat from landfills
Machine chews through 240 kilograms a day to produce enough oil to heat 70 homes in northern Canada.
Mining the territories has huge potential: report
GDP in the territories is expected to grow by 3.6% in 2012, and accelerate by 5.4% in 2013, according to a report by the Conference Board of Canada.
Harper says northern development is a “national dream”
Resource projects in the north have attracted $8 billion in investments, which are expected to create 3,000 much-needed jobs.