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Yukon hunting regulations

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

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

Climate change in Yukon

The Yukon government is taking action on climate change.

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Latest News

Snowmobile
November 1, 2016 Snowmobiles may now be operated along the Dempster Highway corridor from the Ogilvie River Bridge to the Yukon-NWT border, unless otherwise directed. Other types off off-road vehicles, such as ATVs, are prohibited. For complete details, visit the Porcupine Caribou Herd page.
October 27, 2016Read more... Licensed caribou hunting is closed in five game management zones: 2-16, 2-23, 2-27, 2-28 and 2-39 to protect the Hart River caribou herd. The closure will be in effect from November 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017 and includes the Dempster Highway from kilometre 77 (North Fork Pass) to kilometer 195 (Ogilvie River Bridge) Read more...
October 5, 2016Read more... Moose hunting is closed, effective October 5, 2016 in Game Management Subzones 4-44, 4-45 and 4-46 near Faro. The harvest threshold of 15 animals has been reached for this season. For more information about the threshold hunt for licenced hunters please refer to p. 2 or p. 37 of this year’s Hunting Regulations Summary.
Sheep hunting closed by Kluane Lake
October 4, 2016Read more... Sheep hunting is now closed in a portion of Game Management Subzone 5-21, the area beside Kluane Lake and Kluane National Park, from Congdon Creek to the Slims River Bridge. Sheep from Kluane National Park and Reserve have been crossing to unprotected areas on the other side of the Alaska Highway to reach fresh grass on the shores of Kluane Lake, now available because of low water levels. These sheep are habituated to human contact and are vulnerable to hunting. View map.
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