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Public accounts show annual surplus of $95 million and accumulated surplus of $1.7 billion.
Strengths highlighted in the report include very low debt levels, exceptional liquidity and good financial management.
Premier appoints Katherine White as deputy minister for the Department of Finance.
Changes to the tax act will positively affect Yukoners’ pockets.
2015 budget will bring significant tax reductions and enhancements to the Yukon Child Tax Benefit.
Government of Yukon to double Yukon Child Fitness Tax Credit.
Small business corporate tax rate reduced
Yukon's small business corporate tax rate to be reduced from four per cent to three per cent.
Positive financial results mean Yukon government can continue to respond to emerging priorities.
AA rating supports stable outlook for Yukon for fourth year running.
The Yukon government is allocating $8.95 million to meet a number of emerging needs, including investments in infrastructure and safety enhancement.
The Yukon government plans to spend $27 million to reduce the Yukon Hospital Corporation's debt
The Public Accounts for 2011/12 shows a $69.4 million surplus.
Yukon government introduces tax changes to assist families with children involved in music, arts and tutoring
A proposed Children’s Arts Tax Credit will allow Yukoners to claim $500 per child per year.
Today on behalf of the Government of Yukon, Premier Darrell Pasloski signed a new agreement with the Government of Canada on resource revenues.
The 2012-13 budget includes investments in land development and affordable housing, transportation infrastructure, education and research, health care, justice, protection of the environment and improvements to community infrastructure.
Eighth annual surplus over nine years reported.
Prime Minister and Yukon Premier agree to change arrangement between Canada and Yukon for sharing resource revenues
Special warrant issued to move government priorities forward.
Changes to help both individual and corporate taxpayers.