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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.

Keep urban wildlife wild & alive

Feeding wild animals might seem like an act of kindness, but its not.

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

 

Beach at Conrad Campground
May 25, 2016 The 2016 State of the Environment Report is now available in an accessible and interactive online version. This report provides information on the condition of Yukon’s environment and contains information on climate change; air; water; landscape; and fish and wildlife.
May 20, 2016Read more... The newest addition to the Yukon territorial campground system is now open to the public. Located on the shore of Tagish Lake's Windy Arm, the campground was developed in partnership with the Carcross/Tagish First Nation. Conrad is the first new campground in Yukon in nearly 30 years.  
May 12, 2016Read more... The Government of Yukon passed new regulations to enhance the territory’s recycling system. The changes simplify the Beverage Container Regulation and include milk products and milk substitutes. The changes also expand the Designated Material Regulation to include more tire sizes, electronics and electrical products.
May 11, 2016Read more... Environment Yukon would like to remind campers that 10 Yukon government campgrounds will be maintained and serviced starting on May 13. The remaining campgrounds and recreation sites will open on May 20.
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