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Keep urban wildlife wild and alive

Wild animals that become conditioned to unnatural food sources can be a danger to themselves and the public.

Keep urban wildlife wild and alive

Wild animals that become conditioned to unnatural food sources can be a danger to themselves and the public.

Yukon hunting regulations

Find out everything you need to know about hunting in Yukon for the 2014-15 season.

Climate change and Yukon

The Yukon government recognizes that climate change is happening and it's affecting the Arctic faster than anywhere else on earth.

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Hon. Wade Istchenko, Minister of Environment
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February 24, 2015 – Feedback received during the public review of proposed changes to the recycling system has been summarized in the document Comments on Proposed Changes to the Recycling System under the Environment Act. The review period ran from September to November 2014. Proposed changes will affect the Beverage Container Regulations and the Designated Material Regulation under the Environment Act.
February 12, 2015– As much as we'd enjoy dancing with our new Minister, it was a game of outdoor hockey that we had in mind. See what we mean in the latest edition of our e-news. Also, learn more about Water Week 2015, moose on Two-Mile Hill, a Yukon River deer rescue and Y2C2. View all our back issues and get your own subscription, delivered monthly to your inbox.
January 26, 2015 – Environment Yukon is investigating the unreported killing of a collared grizzly bear between April 27 and May 5, 2014. The collar was found near km 15 of the Annie Lake Road. It is unlawful to kill a collared animal without reporting the incident. Conservation Officers are asking the public for information on any hunters or other people who may have been in that area at that time or who handled the collar. Call the TIPP line (1-800-661-0525), file a report online, or call Whitehorse District Conservation Officer Services at 867-667-8005. (Poster)
January 21, 2015 – The first 2015 issue of our e-newsletter has been delivered! You can take a look at it here. This special December/January double issue features information about the Environmental Awareness Fund, Yukon species at risk, Yukon Water Strategy progress and a lot more. Get your own subscription here.
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