Our 1 man of 100 Men Who Give a Damn

by Eleanor

This morning our very own Neil Stephen was on television promoting 100 Men Who Give a Damn Halifax — a group of over 300 guys who make a big impact with Halifax charities using as little red tape as possible. They also happen to be a client that aasman has…

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Kick up your heels, it’s Rendezvous!

by Alex Hill

Well it is that time of year again. Time for Yukoners to break out of their winter hibernations, dust off their socially-acceptable duds, and step out into the quickly returning sunshine. Yes folks, it’s Rendezvous in the Yukon! This year, as part of our ongoing 25th anniversary celebrations, aasmanites are…

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duck duck BOOTH: how to make a great tradeshow booth

by Krysten

Lucky me! Although I didn't win big at the slots, I was able to escape the sub-thirty temps last week to be a tag-along at a huge hunting convention down in Las Vegas. Let me tell you, some of those exhibitors sure know how to pull out all the stops.…

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CO Detector Strikes Again!

by Krysten

Did you read this happy Monday morning news story? A couple from Dawson City is convinced their lives were saved when their carbon monoxide detector awakened them earlier this month. In addition to the detector they say they have the Dawson City Fire Department to thank. Last year, the fire…

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Yukon for sale!

by Eleanor

I’ve been telling my friends how amazing the Yukon is for years but hardly anyone comes to visit! It’s hard for people down south to transcend stereotypes of the cold rugged north enough to book a trip. You and I know that once you get here it’s unforgettable, but getting…

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Reflecting on 2014

by Krysten

It’s hard to believe that a new year is upon us already, but what a year 2014 was for aasman! We started the year off with a bang when we won a Frozen Globe award for most Innovative Business north of 60. We followed that up with a Platinum award:…

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Merry Christmas from Aasman

by Margriet

It must be Christmas in the Yukon. The sky outside is still dark, but the town is bright and festive with a particularly brilliant showing of lights this year. Our office has more decorations than employees, as aasmanites begin their travels near and far to be with loved ones this…

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New leap for Sima

by Nicolas

Most of the crew here at aasman enjoy the snow, we’re Yukoners after all. If there’s an opportunity to ride, we’re in! And aasman’s next generation is already keen to join in on the fun. So when our friends from the local hill asked for some help with refreshing new…

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Feeling emotional?

by Steve

Self-expression, personality, relationships, communities: collectively these concepts form the foundation of how we live and interact with the world. As my previous four blog posts have demonstrated (Need a refresher? Find them here 1, 2, 3, 4) brands are often at the centre of each. These concepts get to the core…

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