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June 27, 2016 — The latest edition of the Yukon Hunting Regulations Summary is now available on our website. Important changes for 2016-17 include: the allowable harvest for the Faro threshold hunt is now 15 moose and the use of motorized vehicles is permitted to retrieve and transport harvested bison within the three-kilometre zone adjacent to the Alaska Highway in Game Management Subzone 5-38. For information on all regulation changes and access to the PDF version of the summary, visit our hunting regulations page. Printed copies of the booklet will be available in July, with the French version available in August.
Public review of pesticide application permit for White Pass & Yukon Route railway
July 8, 2016 — The deadline has been extended to July 15 for the public review period for the DeAngelo Brothers Corporation pesticide permit application. To submit your feedback, please fax or email Environmental Programs at Environment Yukon.
June e-newsletter now available
June 26 , 2016 — Sign up to have our e-newsletter delivered directly to your inbox, and have a look at past issues on our e-newsletter page. The latest edition features information about the Carmacks Bioblitz, Air Quality Health Index (AQHI), sheep horn research, YG campground accessibility, the new online format of Yukon's State of the Environment report, and more.
Permit hunt authorization (PHA) public event
June 10, 2016 — The application period for the permit hunt authorization lottery has ended. A public event will be held to announce the successful recipients of the elk, deer (youth) and Kluane sheep permits. The event will take place at Environment Yukon’s 10 Burns Rd. office in Whitehorse on Friday, June 17, 2016 at 11 a.m. All results, including the remaining sheep, moose, goat, caribou and additional deer permits, will be available on our website Monday, June 20, 2016.
2016 State of the Environment Report now available
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.
Conrad Campground now open
May 20, 2016 — 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.
The Government of Yukon supports recycling with amended regulations
May 12, 2016 — 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.
Extended camping season at 10 campgrounds
May 11, 2016 — 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.
April 29, 2016 — The special guiding licence process changed for the 2016-17 hunting season. This year Environment Yukon is offering 125 special guiding licences through a lottery. The draw results are available on the special guide licencing page of our website.
April newsetter now available
April 15, 2016 — The latest edition of our e-newsletter features information about Yukon Rideshare, A Celebration of Swans events, the Faro Crane and Sheep Festival, a new species guide to Ivvavik National Park and more. Sign up to have our e-newsletter delivered directly to your inbox and view past issues here.
Caribou shot and abandoned along Dempster Highway
March 31, 2016 — Conservation Officers are seeking the assistance from anyone with information related an investigation surrounding shot and abandoned caribou along the Dempster Highway in order to help identify the person or persons responsible.
Changes to the special guide licence process
March 21, 2016 — The special guiding licence process has changed for the 2016-17 hunting season. New this year, Environment Yukon will offer 125 Yukon special guiding licences through a lottery process. Applications can be completed and dropped off at any Environment Yukon office between April 1, 2016 and April 22, 2016 at the close of local office hours. The draw will occur on April 29, 2016.
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