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Stay safe in bear country

Stay safe and keep Yukon's bears wild and alive.

Stay safe in bear country

Stay safe and keep Yukon's bears wild and alive.

Improving care for dogs in rural communities

New programs support spay surgeries and responsible dog ownership

Camping in Yukon

Find your happy place in one of many Yukon government campgrounds and recreation sites this summer.

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Latest News

 

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September 23, 2016 The Yukon Parks campgrounds survey closes Monday, September 26. The purpose of the survey is to help us plan for your camping needs and to provide safe, clean and enjoyable camping experiences. Complete the survey to be eligible for a draw-prize.
September 21, 2016Read more... The 2016-17 Yukon Trapping Regulations Summary is now available at Environment Yukon offices. The booklet provides new trap use requirements for otter, an outline of trapping regulations and information of interest to trappers. Learn more and read the booklet online.
July 29, 2016Read more... The Government of Yukon has decided not to issue a permit to DeAngelo Brothers Inc. to spray pesticides along the White Pass and Yukon Route railway right of way within the territory at this time.
July 28, 2016Read more... Together with the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board, Environment Yukon is pleased to release an update to the Management Plan for Elk in Yukon. The plan is a framework to guide elk management and focuses on free-ranging elk, which includes an estimated 200 elk in the Takhini Valley and 60 elk in the Braeburn area. Check out the updated plan and find out more about how elk is managed in the territory.
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