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Undiscovered campgrounds

Discover our hidden campgrounds.

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Undiscovered campgrounds

Discover our hidden campgrounds.

Improving care for dogs in rural communities

New programs support spay surgeries and responsible dog ownership

Updates to the Beverage Container Regulation

Changes to surcharges and refunds, new products added

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Latest News

 

August 22, 2017 The Department of Environment has closed Congdon Creek campground due to a dangerous bear in the vicinity. The closure will be in effect for a minimum of 72 hours. Visit www.env.gov.yk.ca/camping for more information about all of Yukon's territorial campgrounds.
August 17, 2017Read more... If you have a Yukon hunting eLicence, you can now submit your harvest reports online. Access the form here or through your Environment eServices account.
August 1, 2017Read more... An immediate closure of sheep hunting adjacent to Kluane National Park, Sheep Mountain, is in effect August 1, 2017 to October 31, 2017, unless otherwise determined through a revision of this closure. The closure includes the portion of Game Management Subzone 5–21 bounded on the north by Congdon Creek (km 1666), the south by Slims River Bridge (km 1648), and the eastern boundary of Kluane National Park. This closure is an urgent measure to facilitate conservation of the Sheep Mountain sheep population.
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Hon. Pauline Frost, Minister of Environment
Environment Yukon
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