Department of Environment






Caribou

Yukon hunting regulations

Knowing the rules helps you have a safe, respectful and enjoyable hunt.

Caribou

Yukon hunting regulations

Knowing the rules helps you have a safe, respectful and enjoyable hunt.

Improving care for dogs in rural communities

New programs support spay surgeries and responsible dog ownership

Lowell Glacier

Climate change in Yukon

Find out how climate change affects the territory.

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Latest News

 

UNdiscovered Dezadeash Lake campground
April 16, 2018 Yukon campers have a lot to look forward to this year. The Government of Yukon is improving opportunities for camping and acting on your feedback about unoccupied sites. Get more details on the 24 hour limit on unoccupied campsites here. We are also asking for your thoughts on a long-term parks strategy – for more information visit Talking Yukon Parks on EngageYukon.ca. Finally, we have more undiscovered campgrounds for you to explore this year! Checkout yukonparks.ca to ‘find your un’ this camping season.

April 3, 2018Read more... You can apply for the special guide licence lottery starting today, either online or at any Department of Environment office. Deadline for applications is April 20, at the close of office hours.
March 29, 2018Read more... As of April 1, 2018:

If you had a 2017-18 resident Yukon hunting licence, you can renew your licence for 2018-19 online through Environment eServices. Non-resident hunters can also apply for a Yukon hunting licence online. New resident hunters still have to apply for a Yukon hunting licence in-person.

Seal fees for moose and caribou are $10.
February 28, 2018Read more... The latest edition of the Yukon Fishing Regulations Summary is now available on our website. Important changes to the regulations come into effect April 1, 2018, so have a look while planning your next fishing trip. Get more details and download a copy from our fishing regulations page. Printed copies of the booklet will be available next month from Department of Environment offices and anywhere fishing licences are sold.
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