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Download Federal tourism strategy for the Yukon Territory
Strategic Goal 1 – Economic Growth – Increased growth in Yukon’s tourism industry and increased sustainability of the arts, culture and heritage sectors.
Yukon’s dynamic tourism sector contributes positively to the territory, with overvisitors crossing Yukon File Size: 3MB. The steering committee recommended the strategy, Sustainable Federal tourism strategy for the Yukon Territory book.
Our Path. Our Future, to the Government of Yukon on Novem The strategy is guided by the core values expressed by Yukoners and lays out a ten-year vision for tourism to be a vibrant, sustainable component of Yukon’s economy.
Before experiencing the Yukon firsthand, get free Yukon vacation guides delivered to your front door. Write in the margins, highlight your favourite itineraries, or rip out the photos and sleep with them on the pillow next to you—whatever helps plan the trip of your dreams.
If you have any questions, contact our travel counsellors, toll-free. The Visual Arts and Craft Strategy Steering Committee would like to thank the Government of Yukon Departments of Economic Development and Tourism and Culture, who provided funding for this report.
Cover image: Joyce Majiski, Herd Dynamics, Mixed MediaFile Size: 1MB. This study concerns the Yukon as a Federal Territory within the Canadian federal system.
It begins by discussing the general-position - - -- Federal Territories in several federal states in -- Latin America and Australia.
It is established that the Central Government of the federal states con- sidered, is a creation of the original or Charter. Before travelling in the Yukon wilderness, please read Things You Need to Know About Camping in the Yukon.
Background. Founded inthe Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon was originally developed to provide adventure tour operators and guides an avenue in which to discuss, investigate, lobby and represent any issues that uniquely.
The Yukon is a big place, measuring an astoundingkm². That’s hard to picture, but trust us, it’s big. Luckily, from campers and RVs to ferries and trains, there are lots of ways to see everything this great land has to offer, so sit back and enjoy the ride. Yukon Parks: plans and operates territorial campgrounds, parks, recreation sites, and Canadian Heritage Rivers; prepares and implements park management plans; administers the Wilderness Tourism Licensing Act; and provides communications and interpretive programs related to parks, recreation and Leave No Trace.
Welcome Tourism Industry Association Yukon (TIAY) is the voice of Yukon’s tourism industry. As the visitor industry association in the territory, we forge a common voice and actions to influence, promote and assist the development of tourism in Yukon.
As a membership based organization, TIAY is constantly striving to better serve our members. Yukon Solitaire is fun card game, requiring the ability to plan elaborate sequences of long moves. It is quite unusual compared to other solitaire games, because it lets you move stacks of cards when they aren't in sequence.
The colourful, glossy page booklet is meant to give visitors a handy guide to Yukon's 14 First Nations, and how and where in the territory to learn about, and experience, the culture.
TIA Yukon is the voice of Yukon’s tourism industry. As the visitor industry association in the territory, we forge a common voice and actions to influence, promote and assist the development of tourism in the Yukon.
Membership. As a membership based organization, TIA Yukon is constantly striving to better serve our members. A Yukon government draft strategy released Thursday to deal with the 'climate change emergency' suggests looking into a future with electric Author: Steve Silva.
The Government of Yukon will focus on strategic initiatives under each of the goals, both by aligning existing activities and initiating new activities. A selection of these activities is provided below (note this is not a comprehensive list).File Size: 7MB. creating an industry driven tourism strategy.
The responsible and sustained development of oil and gas is an important long term goal. Anderson Exploration has committed to spending million exploration dollars in the north Yukon over the next 6 years. The Kaska Nation and the Government of Yukon have also established a cooperative.
At a press conference in Whitehorse, Wednesday morning, Tourism and Culture Minister Jeanie Dendys appointed Vicki Hancock as the independent chair of a new task force designed to research, evaluate, and critique a number of tourism models in the Territory's new tourism strategy.
Minister Dendys said, "Tourism in Yukon is strong, and it. creating an industry driven tourism strategy. The responsible and sustained development of oil and gas is an important long term goal. Anderson Exploration has committed to spending million exploration dollars in the north Yukon over the next 6 years.
The Kaska Nation and the Government of Yukon have also established a cooperative. Apply for an insurance agent licence. Know which licence to apply for in Yukon.
Determine if you're eligible. Complete the application form. Provide all other supporting documents required. Pay your fees. Submit your application, supporting documents and fees. In Aprilthe Government of Yukon, along with those of Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, released the Pan-territorial Adaptation Strategy to ensure partnership, sharing of information, innovation, and technology, and coordination of climate change adaptation actions.
July Today, the Government of Canada and the Government of Yukon signed a bilateral agreement outlining how the territory plans to invest approximately $ million in targeted federal funding over five years to improve access to home and community care and mental health and addiction : Health Canada.
Inventory to the RECORDS OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND YUKON BRANCH (YUKON MATERIAL), held at the Yukon Archives.
The records of this collection are part of a larger series which was created in Ottawa by a succession of federal agencies that had responsibility for the administration of Northern Canada. Yukon was split from the Northwest Territories in and was originally named the Yukon Territory.
The federal government's Yukon Act, which received royal assent on Maestablished Yukon as the territory's official name, though Yukon Territory is also still popular in usage and Canada Post continues to use the territory's internationally approved Area rank: Ranked 9th.
Yukon tourism organizations, such as Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association and the Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon and First Nations are embarking on strategic planning paths of their own. The federal, provincial and territorial governments have recently developed a national tourism strategy.
OF THE YUKON TERRITORY PASSED BY THE YU,KON COUNCIL IN THE YEAR A. GIBS ON COMMISSIONER Printed and Published for tbe Goventment of the Yukon Territory Under Authority of Chapter 75 of the Consolidated Ordinances of.
Yukon, territory of northwestern Canada, an area of rugged mountains and high plateaus. It is bounded by the Northwest Territories to the east, by British Columbia to the south, and by the U.S. state of Alaska to the west, and it extends northward.
The colourful, glossy page booklet is meant to give visitors a handy guide to Yukon's 14 First Nations, and how and where in the territory to learn about, and experience, the culture. "It kind of reviews everything First Nations," says Alexis Hougen, marketing coordinator for.
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Active Living Yukon. Active Yukon Communities is about infrastructure, parks, trails, volunteers, programs and special events which contribute to healthy community environments by making it easy for Yukoners to be physically active on a daily basis.
A Yukon that is active, where health, well-being and physical activity are viewed as an investment in the quality of life for every. Explore Yukon Territory holidays and discover the best time and places to visit.
| This vast and thinly populated wilderness, where most four-legged species far outnumber humans, has a grandeur and beauty only appreciated by experience. Few places in the world today have been so unchanged over the course of time.
The happy, shining promise of gold is what called Canada's Yukon Territory to the world's attention with the Klondike gold rush of – Maybe as. Based on this description, how do you think he will deal with the hardships of the Yukon Territory.
I think that Buck might not deal with the hardships of the Yukon territory very well because Buck is not really use to it.
At the same time he has a thick coat of fur and he is strong. Which of his traits will serve him in his new life. Map of Alaska, Yukon Territory and British Columbia showing connections of the White Pass and Yukon route.
Contributor Names [Book of running charts of the Yukon and Stewart rivers, Title devised from content of atlas. Holograph. Accompanied by typed letter to George H. Wallace which describes the work of river pilots on the Yukon.
Yukon (Provinces and Territories of Canada) Hardcover – September 1, by Heather C. Hudak (Editor)Author: Heather C. Hudak. To access current financial documents, please visit the Budget page at The following historical financial documents are organized by fiscal.
Michael Gates. Stories | Page 1 of 23; History Hunter: How the Yukon was spared the influenza pandemic of The isolation of the Yukon then afford the territory some protection that it doesn’t have today ; New book tells old story of nursing in the Yukon.
Author Amy Wilson was a registered nurse in the Yukon from It's easy to be alone in this sparsely populated western territory, home to just o residents. If you get tired of being alone in the wilderness, spend part of your Yukon vacation in Dawson City, preserving the spirit and history of the Klondike Gold Rush.
Yukon is in Canada. Canada’s Yukon is a stunning province of mountains, lakes, glaciers and rivers home to moose, elk and grizzly bears. Set against this scenic backdrop, visitors here will also find a rich and varied history centred round the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 19th century, when an estimatedprospectors arrived in search of their fortune.
Yukon Tourism and Travel: Best of Yukon. Start planning for Yukon. Create a Trip to save and organise all of your travel ideas, and see them on a map.
Create a Trip. Nearby Destinations. Whitehorse, Canada. Dawson City, Canada. Haines Junction, Canada. Teslin, Canada. Carcross, Canada.
Johnson's Crossing, Canada. This is a list of National Historic Sites (French: Lieux historiques nationaux) in the territory of are 12 National Historic Sites designated in Yukon, five of which are in the national park system, administered by Parks Canada (identified below by the beaver icon).
Several National Historic Events also occurred in Yukon, and are identified at places associated with. Here you'll find the hundreds of topographical maps that has to offer. At present, the available maps cover all of the Yukon Territory as well as bordering areas in BC and NWT.
Click on any area of the index map to the left to view the corresponding map in greater detail. You'll then be able to pan to adjacent maps. Yukon - Yukon - Government and society: The status of Yukon as a political entity within the Canadian federal system of government is defined by a statute of the federal government (the Yukon Act ), in contrast to the provinces, whose existence is enshrined within the Canadian constitution.
Nevertheless, Yukon’s governmental structure is very similar to that of the .Untilthe Northwest Territories encompassed the entire northern tier of Canada (except the Yukon). Then Nunavut, comprising the eastern mainland and many of the arctic islands, split away (or was "created" if you live in Nunavut) to form a separate territory and a de facto homeland for the Inuit peoples.Bymost of the Yukon's economic activity was centred in Whitehorse so the capital was moved south from Dawson City in Today the mineral industry forms the base of the Yukon's economy.
Tourism, government services, retail trade, construction, and fur production also support the territory's on: P.O. Box Fairlawn Plaza PO, Ottawa, K2A 4E2, ON.