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Video chat: How to draw tourists to Yukon

The Northern Lights over the skies of Yukon.

Up North Adventures

Welcome to the third in a monthly series of Google+ Hangout interviews with small-business owners and operators from across Canada.

In this video, Report on Small Business editor Sean Stanleigh chats with Mark Stenzig, founder of Up North Adventures, about the company and its operations, and some of the unique benefits and challenges of operating in Yukon.

Founded in 1991, Whitehorse-based Up North Adventures specializes in year-round guided and self-guided tours using just about any form of transportation, whether it be canoe or motor boat, bicycle or snowmobile. The company also provides shuttle services across the whole Yukon Territory, into NWT and Alaska.

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