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Yukon hunting regulations

Find out everything you need to know about hunting in Yukon for the 2018-19 season.

Campgrounds

Yukon hunting regulations

Find out everything you need to know about hunting in Yukon for the 2018-19 season.

Dog

Improving care for dogs in rural communities

New programs support spay surgeries and responsible dog ownership

Grizzly

Bears are out and about

Be alert. Be aware. Be prepared.

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Latest News

 

Fur sealing
August 14, 2018 You can now read the latest edition of the Yukon Trapping Regulations Summary online. Printed copies will be available in September from your local Environment office. The booklet gives information on proposed changes to the trapping season dates for wolverine, an outline of trapping regulations, and other information of interest to trappers. Learn more and read the booklet.
August 14, 2018Read more... Have your say on what you want Yukon’s parks and campground to be for future generations. Take our short online survey before September 10, 2018. Your answers will help us write a first draft of a Yukon Parks Strategy.
August 13, 2018Read more... UPDATE: Loops 2 & 3 are now open. August 9, 2018: Due to heavy rain fall, Loops 2 & 3 at Kusawa campground are closed until further notice. Check out nearby Pine Lake, Aishihik or Dezadeash campground instead or visit our Find a campground or recreation site webpage.
July 24, 2018Read more... Given that the hunting season starts on August 1, and hunters need time to plan and prepare, a further redraw will not take place. Learn more.
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