Basic facts and statistics on Yukon, including location, government and industries.
Origin of the Name Yukon
Find out how Yukon, Canada got its name.
Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski
Darrell Pasloski won the leadership of the Yukon Party when Dennis Fentie retired in 2011.
Premiers of Yukon Since 1978
Premiers and Government Leaders of the territory of Yukon, Canada and their terms of office since 1978.
Elections in Yukon, Canada
Results of Yukon elections, who can vote in Yukon Territory elections, voters lists and electoral districts.
Members of the Yukon Legislative Assembly
MLAs currently holding seats in the Yukon Legislative Assembly.
Yukon Government Departments
Index to departments of the Yukon government.
Information on the flag, coat of arms, floral emblem, official bird, official tree, gemstone and tartan for the Yukon Territory.
Whitehorse is the capital city of Yukon.
Origin of the Name Whitehorse
Find out how the capital city of Yukon got its name.
Interactive maps showing Yukon regions, highways and tourist attractions. From Travel Yukon.
National Parks in Yukon
See Mount Logan, the highest peak in Canada, in Kluane National Park, the wetlands wildlife of Old Crow Flats in Vuntut National Park and the Porcupine caribou herd in Ivvavik National Park. From Parks Canada.
Yukon road trips to remember, stories of Klondike gold and outdoor adventures in the wilderness. Travel tips too for visitors to the Canadian far north.