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  1. Culture of Yukon: Yukon Territory Order of Polaris, Bob Smart's Dream, Franco-Yukonnais, Sign Post Forest, Music of the Yukon
  2. Yukon (Canada's True North) 2006 Vacation Planner by Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon, 2006
  3. The Yukon Arts Centre: a future Banff North?: An article from: Performing Arts & Entertainment in Canada by Muriel Leeper, 1993-03-22
  4. Early Yukon cultures by Julie Cruikshank, 1975
  5. Alaska-Yukon Exposition (Seattle, 1909): An entry from SJP's <i>St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture</i> by David Holloway, 2000
  6. Alaska and the Yukon by Joyce Walker, 1987-06
  7. Yukon - Larger Than Life - 2008 Vacation Planner
  8. Klondike Paradise: Culture in the Wilderness by C. R. Porter, 1997-01
  9. Subsistence and Culture in the Western Canadian Arctic: A Multicontextual Approach (Mercury Series: Archaeology Papers) by Matthew W. Betts, 2008-11-30
  10. The school at Mopass: A problem of identity (Case studies in education and culture) by Alfred Richard King, 1982
  11. Canada's Yukon & South Central Alaska Cruise Tour Guide : History, Native Culture, Color Maps of Cruise Routes & Roads by George King, Karin Hasselberg, et all 1998-01-01
  12. Yukon King
  13. Yukon-Kuskokwim Region Arts and Crafts Opportunities Study
  14. Northern Athabascan culture history: A survey of our current knowledge by Anne D Shinkwin, 1971

1. Yukon Liquor Corporation- Home Page
Learn about the archives' reference room, photo collections, corporate records, newspaper files, microfilm collection, and private manuscripts. Yukon Place (Beside Yukon College). Business, Tourism Culture. Government of Yukon. Box 2703. Whitehorse, Yukon
Government of Yukon Departments

Contact Us:
Yukon Liquor
9031 Quartz Road,
Whitehorse, Yukon
Canada, Y1A 4P9

Toll free (In Yukon) local 5245 Updated February 12, 2003
Welcome to the Yukon Liquor Corporation
Our Vision: To support the evolution of a Yukon culture where all alcohol is served and consumed in a legal, socially responsible manner, while continuing to provide quality customer service. Our Mission: The Yukon Liquor Corporation controls the purchase and sale of all beverage alcohol products to balance the need: to maintain the health and safety of Yukoners; to provide alcohol products to those who desire it; and to provide a reliable source of revenue for the Yukon Government. Our Values, Responsibilities and Goals Some of the documents on this site use Adobe's PDF format . To view these documents you will need Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded by clicking on the image below.

2. Canadopedia : Territoire Du Yukon Culture Et Arts
Translate this page Territoire du Yukon Culture et arts. Actualités et médias. Annuaires Toiles.Artisanat. Artistes. Arts appliqués. Arts plastiques. Associations. Centres culturels.
Gouvernement Parlement Fouillez Suggérer votre site ... Nos services Territoire du Yukon : Culture et arts Actualités et médias Annuaires Toiles Artisanat Artistes Arts appliqués Arts plastiques Associations Centres culturels Cinéma Colloques Culturenaute Danse Emploi Enfance Enseignement et formation Événements E-zines Forums de discussions Galeries d'art Gratuit Histoire Informations générales Instituts Littérature Magazines Musées Musique Organismes Prix Sociétés Syndicats Toilezines Piste internationale Canadopedia , Toronto, Canada. Tous droits réservés. Avertissement

3. Aboriginal Canada Portal: Yukon - Language, Heritage And Culture
Executive Council Office Aboriginal Language Services. Government ofyukon culture – Yukon at a Glance; History – Yukon at a Glance. Top
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    Cultural Centre for Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Hän Nation Old Crow: Land of the Vuntut Gwitch'in Top Last Modified: 2003-04-04 Important Notices Contact Us Help Search ... Site Map
  • 4. Sourdough Cultures
    produces one of the more sour doughs. yukon culture Price. $9.00. BUY.Order by Fax or Mail. Yukon A Yukon prospector gave this starter
    Homepage Baking sourdough bread with our cultures is a fermentation process. These cultures are not flavor additives, but can live forever. Baker's yeast is never used in the recipes. Classic Sourdoughs was written to anticipate and answer the many questions of the first time baker as well as the old time sourdough addict. View Shopping Cart Tasmanian Devil new! Original San Francisco South African Russia France ... Saudi Arabia Tasmanian Devil
    Sourdough Culture

    Price BUY Order by Fax or Mail Tasmanian Devil: Our newest acquisition
    (Includes Instructions)

    This culture was captured in Tasmania, Australia, on a mixture of white spelt and unbleached bread flours. It produces a truly unique flavor and grows equally well on white bread flour or a mixture of spelt flours. View the Tasmanian Devil Sourdough Culture page for more information. Original San Francisco Sourdough Culture
    Price BUY Order by Fax or Mail Original San Francisco
    (Includes Instructions)

    A special culture. In 1997 we had the good fortune to acquire the culture in which the dominant organisms are the wild yeast

    5. New Map Features Yukon Native Place Names
    Designed as a teaching tool to promote knowledge of traditional yukon culture andlanguage, the map represents an encapsulation of twenty years of working with
    New Map Features Yukon Native Place Names
    A Yukon News story originally published November 1999 WHITEHORSE A colourful wall map of the Yukon featuring many of its original native place names has just been released by the Yukon Native Language Centre. In vivid shades of red, yellow, pink, orange, and blue, the map depicts the geographical boundaries of Yukon's native languages, and provides the traditional names for many of the territory's geographical features. The map, which will soon be available also in a smaller student version, includes a key to the place names, an inset map of North America showing the location of all the Athapaskan languages, and an attractive logo based on various beadwork motifs in Athapaskan and Tlingit art. Designed as a teaching tool to promote knowledge of traditional Yukon culture and language, the map represents an encapsulation of twenty years of working with First Nations elders to gather data on place names, says Centre director John Ritter. "From the beginning of our work," says Ritter, "the elders insisted that place names be included as an integral facet of language study." "The names are a unique tie to the landscape," he adds. "The names are what provide the link between the language, the culture, the people, and the land."

    6. Hoppa - Culture In Yukon
    Culture in Yukon. Whitehorse Star Daily. Whitehorse, News, Newspapers The Yukon'sDaily Newspaper. Klondike Sun. Dawson City, News, Newspapers Tredmill.
    Culture in Yukon
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    Links 3 links Whitehorse Star Daily Whitehorse Star Daily Klondike Sun Klondike Sun ... Tredmill See also: Culture in Canada Everything in Canada Everything Culture Media the World Canada Yukon Dawson City Whitehorse Roberto Bourgonjen Created on Apr 12 2003 14:53 PDT

    7. Hawkins House Bed And Breakfast, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada On 1st Traveler's Cho
    ambience. Guestrooms, each individually decorated, feature distinctiveart, literature, and videos to reflect yukon culture and peoples.
    1st Traveler's Choice
    Travel and Lodging Directory of Bed and Breakfast, Country Inns, and Small Hotels.
    Hawkins House
    Bed and Breakfast
    303 Hawkins Street
    Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Y1A 1X5
    Fax: (867) 668-7632
    Host: Carla Pitzel
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    Hawkins House Bed and Breakfast for rates, reservation information, and directions
    Other Bed and Breakfast, Country Inns, and Small Hotels on 1st Traveler's Choice
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    Hawkins House Bed and Breakfast 303 Hawkins Street Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Y1A 1X5 Canada Fax: (867) 668-7632 Email Rated 5 Stars by Canada Select, you can be sure that Hawkins House Bed and Breakfast extends guests affordable elegance. Hawkins House offers a unique Yukon experience just two blocks from the Yukon River waterfront and four blocks from Main Street shops and restaurants in the heart of downtown Whitehorse. Lavish, spacious, and bright might best describe the Hawkins House interior, whose high ceilings, hardwood floors, and stained glass windows combine to create a turn-of-the-century Victorian ambience. Guestrooms, each individually decorated, feature distinctive art, literature, and videos to reflect Yukon culture and peoples.

    8. National Literacy Secretariat - International Literacy Day Funding - YUKON
    yukon culture, History Cultural Industries Curriculum DevelopementProject. Yukon College will produce a literacy curriculum for
    National Literacy Secretariat
    Ms. Jeanne Beaudoin
    302, Strickland
    Whitehorse, YUKON
    Ms. Shelagh Beairsto
    P.O. Box 2799
    Yukon College will produce a literacy curriculum for Adult learners that will include two 6- week modules to explore culture and history, and cultural industries in the Yukon. In addition, the modules will direct literacy learners to seek employment oportunities through the rich cultural heritage of the region. The modules will incorporate Yukon documents such as Kwanlin Dun's Memories from Our Students, Old Crow's Recollections booklet, the Carcross Land Claims and Self Government Curriculum, and The Klondike Gold Rush Photo History album. The modules will be piloted at Yukon College, and evaluation will occur through surveys, questionnaires, and learner interviews. Ms. Beth Mulloy YUKON EDUCATIONAL THEATRE P.O. Box 5641 Whitehorse,YUKON Ms. Liesel Briggs YUKON LEARN 308 Hanson Street Whitehorse,YUKON

    9. Hawkins House Bed And Breakfast, Whitehorse, Yukon. The Perfect Spot For Vacatio
    experience. Each room is individually decorated and has distinctiveart, literature and videos to reflect yukon culture and peoples.
    Lavish, spacious, and bright best describe Hawkins House in downtown Whitehorse. Built in 1994, Hawkins House combines historic Victorian charm with modern conveniences. High ceilings, hardwood floors and stained glass windows evoke a turn-of-the century atmosphere. Private room temperature controls, filtered water and Jacuzzi are some of the modern comforts at Hawkins House. Each of our four guest rooms feature a private bathroom, one queen size bed, bar sink and fridge, private phone line, cable TV and VCR. We want to offer our guests a unique Yukon experience. Each room is individually decorated and has distinctive art, literature and videos to reflect Yukon culture and peoples.
    Hawkins House is a favorite spot for business travelers to escape the hustle of busy hotels. We are on a first name basis with many of our return business guests who have found a second home at Hawkins House. Our big dining room table is often a spot for networking and meeting business professionals from across Canada and the USA.
    • private phone line and answering machine
    • fax service, free local calls

    10. C.-B./Yn Communiqué Whitehorse Le 2 Août 2001 | Développement Des Ressources
    Translate this page de 36 100 $, par l'intermédiaire du Secrétariat national à l'alphabétisation,pour la réalisation d'un projet intitulé yukon culture, History and
    Bureaux DRHC en C.-B./Yukon Choisir Burnaby Coquitlam Kootenay Nanaimo Nord-ouest de la C.-B. Okanagan Prince George Rive nord Saanich Surrey Thompson Shuswap vallée du Fraser Vancouver Victoria Whitehorse Boîte de contrôle pour voir le même contenu en changeant le bureau de HRCC
    Le gouvernement du Canada finance le Collège du Yukon afin de promouvoir l'alphabétisation
    WHITEHORSE (YUKON) - M. Larry Bagnell, député du Yukon, a annoncé aujourd'hui au nom de l'honorable Jane Stewart, ministre de Développement des ressources humaines Canada, le versement de 36 100 $, par l'intermédiaire du Secrétariat national à l'alphabétisation, pour la réalisation d'un projet intitulé Yukon Culture, History and Cultural Industries Curriculum Development Project. Dans le cadre de ce projet, le Collège du Yukon produira un programme d'alphabétisation destiné aux apprenants adultes. Le projet comprendra deux modules de six semaines visant à découvrir la culture, l'histoire et les industries culturelles du Yukon. Ces modules intégreront des documents du Yukon, tels les souvenirs des étudiants de Kwanlin Dun's, l'album-souvenir d'Old Crow, le programme sur l'autonomie gouvernementale et les revendications territoriales de Carcross, et l'album de photos retraçant l'épopée de la ruée vers l'or du Klondike. « De bonnes capacités de lecture et d'écriture font partie de l'acquisition continue du savoir, a déclaré M. Bagnell. En appuyant le Collège du Yukon, le gouvernement du Canada veille à ce que les gens aient les capacités de lecture et d'écriture dont ils ont besoin pour se sentir bien dans leur collectivité et y participer pleinement. ».

    11. Big Salmon River Guided Canoe Tour, Yukon The Klondiker
    course of 18 days / 17 nights, this trip is ideal for the novice canoeist in searchof wildlife encounters, spectacular scenery and a touch of yukon culture.
    The Klondiker Travelling over 300 kilometres over the course of 18 days / 17 nights, this trip is ideal for the novice canoeist in search of wildlife encounters, spectacular scenery and a touch of Yukon culture. This trip is one of our favourites, because it offers some of the best scenery, provides many opportunities for wildlife sightings and lets everyone unwind amidst the comforts of rustic, historic Dawson City.
    • canoes and camping equipment
    • overland transportation
    • 2 nights hotel accommodation in Dawson City
    • 2 nights hotel accommodation in Whitehorse
    • all meals on canoe trip
    • Airport Shuttle in Whitehorse
    • historic tour through in Dawson
    • experienced guiding during the entire trip
    Not included
    Meals in hotels, fishing license, transportation to Whitehorse and return. Dates 2003 June 5 - June 22, 2003 June 26 - July 13, 2003 July 17 - August 3, 2003 August 7 - August 24, 2003
    Group Size 5 - 11 participants per tour
    Rates 2003 Can-$ 2,405 - per person + 7% GST Additional cost:
    Single room/tent- Can $ 495 per person + 7% GST Trip Itinerary Day 1: Arrival in Whitehorse and meeting with the other group members. Overnight in a hotel in Whitehorse.

    12. YTIC:What Is The YTIC?
    good market potential C Have an export potential (ie, compete beyond Yukon) D –Potential to help improve access to yukon culture and Services E – Create
    Mission Statement The Why: Vision Statement:
    To promote and stimulate innovative technology applications for the benefit of Yukon Society and economy. The What: In partnership with Yukon based educators, research bodies, entrepreneurs, and governments to assist in the development of innovative and marketable products or services in a highly competitive, world economy. Through this partnership, the YTIC is able to offer a value-added matrix of informational and financial resources. The How: -The centre may help organize forums and seminars;
    -Advise potential product or service developers by exploring together with them the ways and means of project completion;
    -Identify other reasonable opportunities that may be of interest to entrepreneurs or existing companies;
    -Advise potential entrepreneurs, though they may have a great product or idea, as to where they can possibly receive basic training on standard business requirements (such as financing, workable business plans, marketing, budgeting, etc)
    -Help Yukon develop and maintain the pool of knowledge and skill sets required to assist product and service developers.

    13. The Hougen Group Of Companies - Associated Companies CKRW 610 AM. For over thirty years CKRW Radio hasreported on, participated in, and added to yukon culture. By
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    Listed below are a selection of companies with ties to the Hougen Group. Each is a valuable member of a growing family that includes broadcasting, retail stores, automobile sales and a host of other interests.
    WHTV offers its clients a wide variety of knowledge, entertainment, and up-to-the-minute news through over seventy channels, including specialty programming like outdoor adventure, comedy, cooking, and dedicated movie channels. WHTV also has two local channels, with information on community events, municipal politics, and fundraising for non-profit groups.
    WHTV subscribers can also enjoy high speed internet access, serviced by the local customer support staff. Through their affiliate, Missing Linx Productions, WHTV customers can also access website design, hosting, and other multimedia services.

    For over thirty years CKRW Radio has reported on, participated in, and added to Yukon culture. By keeping favourite features that have been around since the station's beginning and adding top 40 music, online contests, and cutting-edge features, CKRW successfully combines modern flair with small-town charm.
    In recent history, CKRW has expanded to include

    14. Yukon
    launched over the years. Stories display the proud provincialism thatdistinguishes yukon culture. Other magazines are difficult
    History of the Book in Canada: The Yukon
    F ew published scholarly resources exist to facilitate development of a history of the book in Yukon. Fundamental work has gathered together basic resources but print culture in Yukon is largely unmapped territory. This paper will suggest avenues by which to approach the mass of archival material available, and attempt to raise historiographical concerns pertinent to authorship, printing, publishing, and reading in Yukon.
    Yukon, a territory located in the northwestern-most corner of Canada, boasts an area of 483,450 square kilometres and a population of 3,610 Native people and approximately 24,045 non-Native residents. Two events have indelibly marked Yukon history into three periods: the discovery of gold on Rabbit Creek near present-day Dawson in August 1896 and the construction of the Alaska Highway in 1942. Explorers, traders, and missionaries were relatively few in comparison to the indigenous population prior to 1896. The discovery of gold precipitated an unprecedented migration of people to the territory, particularly the Klondike area near Dawson that gave its name to the rush. The migration firmly established print culture in the territory.
    I. First Nations, Oral Texts, and Print Culture (pre-Klondike)

    15. Klondike Institute Of Art & Culture
    The 3rd annual yukon Riverside Arts Festival is part of Discovery Days weekend August 15, 16, 17 2003.
    . The 3rd annual Yukon Riverside Arts Festival is part of Discovery Days weekend August 15, 16, 17 2003. Are you interested in Cultural Tourism? For possibilities go directly to our Wilderness Arts trips. Our 4th annual Short Film Festival takes place in April 18, 19, 20, 2003. Practicing artists may be interested in KIAC's Residencies program. This site is a work in progress, designed to be attractive and easy to use. The navigation bar provides an overview and allows you to highlight and link to any category at any time. We will continually update information and add features. We want your feedback.
    Add us to your favourites list and visit often. Thanks.
    photo credit:Pat Reese

    16. Government Of Yukon, Canada - Yukon At A Glance - Culture
    Today, the centre of Gwitchin culture in the yukon is the communityof Old Crow, the most northerlyyear round settlement. Many
    Government of Yukon Yukon at a Glance Français Government of Yukon
    Box 2703
    Whitehorse, Yukon
    Canada Y1A 2C6
    Phone: (867) 667-5811
    Toll free (In Yukon): 1-800-661-0408
    Last Updated March 22, 2001

    At A Glance
    Language is the vehicle of culture. The way culture is shared and passed on to the young is deeply interwoven with ideas expressed in language. With each passing year, Yukon aboriginal people have become more aware that their languages are disappearing. Although Yukon native people have only known 150 years of contact with the English-Canadian culture, aboriginal languages are in danger of being lost. In recent years, native communities have shown that by keeping their language and culture alive and active, they can strengthen and unite their communities. In this way, language is connected to their economic and social well-being. In the Yukon, there are eight different language groups of which seven are Athapaskan. The other group is Tlingit. Vuntut Gwitchin
    The Gwitchin have been known by many names including Crow River (Vunta) Kutchin and Loucheaux, a name given to them by French fur traders. Their "home" river has always been the Crow which flows into the Porcupine and into the Yukon River.

    17. Tourism & Culture - Home Page
    Aujourd'hui, Old Crow est le centre de la culture gwich'in au yukon. C'est l'agglomération permanente la plus au nord
    Government of Yukon Departments ...
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    Government of Yukon
    Box 2703
    Whitehorse, Yukon
    Canada Y1A 2C6
    Phone: (867) 667-5036
    Toll free (In Yukon):
    1-800-661-0408, local 5036
    Fax: (867) 667-3546
    Last Updated April 1, 2003 This symbol links you to Adobe "Portable Document Format" files. To view and print .pdf documents you need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader ™ software.
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    The Department of Tourism and Culture is responsible for tourism development with the Yukon's tourism industry to help build a vibrant Yukon economy. The department works with the Yukon’s diverse arts and cultural communities to foster creativity and quality of life. Tourism and Culture provides support and information to preserve and interpret our history and heritage resources. Tourism and Culture functions include: The Corporate Services Branch provides corporate services to the Deputy Minister and the department in directing, supporting and co-ordinating the department's programs through financial management and accounting, human resources, and administrative support. The Marketing Branch in consultation with industry partners provides strategic tourism marketing through developing promotional campaigns to key target markets. It also provides visitor services through the six Visitor Reception Centres located throughout the Yukon. The Branch provides client services ranging from an advocacy and information role to research and planning.
  • 18. Native Trail
    Provides links to yukon First Nations communities, governments and services, organizations, media, arts, culture, history and reference, aboriginal businesses and tourism.
    List of communities

    • Arts Business Culture ... La Piste Amérindienne
      Arts Canadian Showcasing the artistic talents of the First Nations people. Striving to continue the cultural traditions inherited from the elders. Business and Economy CIBC Aboriginal Banking Welcome to CIBC's Aboriginal Banking site, dedicated to meeting the financial and non-financial service needs of all Aboriginal people in Canada - First Nations, Inuit and Métis people, male and female, old and young, urban, rural and remote. Saco-Ceso Culture and Education Yukon College Yukon is a full fledged college with a mandate to provide a broad spectrum of quality education, based on the principles of equality of opportunity and access. We have a central campus in Whitehorse, with thirteen community campuses hroughout the Yukon. News and Media Northern Native Broadcasting, Yukon Northern Native Broadcasting, Yukon is Canada's largest Aboriginal broadcaster, now celebrating its tenth anniversary. NNBY's goal is to improve communication services for Native people in the Yukon by training Aboriginal people in radio and television production, and by developing and producing programming designed to enhance Native languages and cultures in the Yukon. Wetum - the monthly electronic publication devoted to Aboriginal business in Canada Wetum on-line magazine features news, information, advice and profiles of Aboriginal business and entrepreneurs throughout Canada.

    19. Gouvernement Du Yukon - Culture
    Translate this page Aujourd'hui, Old Crow est le centre de la culture gwich'in au yukon. cultureLe peupletutchone a toujours habité la région centrale du Sud-Ouest du yukon.
    Gouvernement du Yukon COUP D'ŒIL SUR LE YUKON English
    La culture d'un peuple est enchâssée dans sa langue; le partage et la transmission de la culture d'une génération à l'autre sont étroitement liés aux idées exprimées par la langue. De plus en plus depuis quelques années, les autochtones du Yukon se rendent compte que leurs langues sont menacées de disparition. Bien que le contact avec la culture canadienne-anglaise ne date que de 150 ans, les langues autochtones risquent aujourd'hui de se perdre. Au cours des dernières années, certaines communautés autochtones ont montré qu'en gardant leur langue et leur culture, elles s'en trouvent plus fortes et plus unies. La langue est un élément important de leur bien-être socio-économique. Au Yukon, il existe huit groupes linguistiques autochtones différents, dont sept appartiennent à la famille des langues athapaskanes. L'autre langue est le tlingit. Gwich'in Les Gwich'in sont connus sous de nombreux noms, y compris Kutchin de la rivière Crow (Vunta) et Loucheux, un nom qui leur a été donné par les coureurs des bois. Leur lieu d'attache a toujours été la rivière Crow, un tributaire de la Porcupine et du fleuve Yukon. Le peuple gwich'in comptait jadis de nombreuses familles autonomes dont la vie était réglée au rythme des saisons. Le territoire traditionnel des Gwich'in compte environ 10 000 milles

    20. Yukon Bison Hunt
    Grade seven students learned about conservation and native culture by participating in a bison hunt. Includes facts about the yukon Wood Bison, activities, photos, and discussion.

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