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Recognising the historic achievement of creating the national trail system, Commissioner Cable noted the significance of the work volunteers like Myrna and Peter are undertaking. It will stimulate job creation and add new tourism activities for our visitors. These volunteers are not just building a trail, they are building a new future for Canada that will benefit all of us. WHITEHORSE – Premier Pat Duncan has taken action to ensure a multi-million dollar development of commercial lots at the bottom of Two-Mile Hill in Whitehorse can proceed.

The project will create hundreds of construction jobs and hundreds of permanent jobs. The agreement between the Yukon government and Argus Properties Limited will also enable additional development on the east side of Quartz Road. It will also avoid a possible lawsuit that may have cost Whitehorse taxpayers millions of dollars and prevented development on the property for years. The agreement we have reached with Argus Properties sends a positive message to people wanting to invest in the Yukon, We as a government had a simple choice to make: be proactive or do nothing.

This project will result in millions of dollars of private investment and will create hundreds of new jobs. This agreement is an example of my government’s economic leadership and Argus’ determination towards ensuring this development proceeds is an endorsement of the Yukon’s economic future, Under the agreement Argus will contribute the $705,000, which the Yukon government earlier provided to the City of Whitehorse for development of water, sewer and other infrastructure. Learn more : Valuations NSW

Argus will assign its right to any grants in lieu of taxes to the Yukon government and will assign to the Yukon government any legal claims it may have had against the city arising from the development. In return, the Yukon government has agreed to assume responsibility for ensuring the infrastructure is installed. The Yukon government also expects the City of Whitehorse to fulfill its obligations and make a substantial financial contribution towards installation of the infrastructure, which is expected to cost $1.69 million. Skookum Asphalt of Whitehorse will be the primary contractor on the project.