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Early Childhood Education Bursary sponsor instructions for First Nation governments or other organizations who are paying for or have paid for early childhood education course(s) or course materials on behalf of a student.
Early Childhood Education Bursary sponsor application for First Nation governments or other organizations who are paying for or have paid for early childhood education course(s) or course materials on behalf of a student.
Building Permits July 2019 was prepared by the Yukon Bureau of Statistics and is governed by the Statistics Act.
This map of North Yukon shows active oil and gas dispositions and wells.
Yukon Employment August 2019 was prepared by the Yukon Bureau of Statistics and is governed by the Statistics Act.
This is a Victim's Rights pamphlet produced by the Victim Services Unit outlining who is a victim and what rights victims of crime have. It includes contact information for several organizations that help and support victims of crime.
This map shows the designated harvesting areas for personal firewood near Dawson. With a free Forest Resources Permit, you can cut firewood to heat your home in these areas. Be sure to carry your permit on you and understand its terms and... more
Overview of a funding opportunity for projects that promote the vitality of the Yukon Francophone community. List of previously funded projects under the Quebec-Yukon Intergovernmental Cooperation Program.
11-102 Companion Policy, Passport System, Securities Act, amendment effective June 23, 2016
Learn about ending a tenancy, move-out times and fixed-term tenancy agreements.
Learn how to give notice to end a tenancy, fixed-term vs. periodic tenancy, acceptable reasons to end a tenancy with cause, written requirements for notices, how to serve notices and disputing a notice to end tenancy.
Learn about how the landlord may use the dispute resolution process to obtain an order of possession from the Residential Tenancies Office.
Learn about condition inspection reports that record the rental unit’s condition at the time the tenant moves in and when the tenant moves out.
Learn about when the security deposit has to be returned, calculate interest, claiming damages against a security deposit (deductions) and disputes related to security deposits.
The Yukon FASD Action Plan builds on existing programs and services and identifies key priority actions that work together to create better outcomes for all people (infants, children, youth, adults and seniors) with FASD, as well as... more
Learn about minimum rental standards in Yukon, including: lot and exterior; safety and fire protection; and interior.
Learn about how every landlord and tenant must complete a tenancy agreement, the standard terms of the agreement and changes to the agreement.
Learn about security deposits for landlords and tenants, the maximum allowed and prohibited deposits.
Learn about paying the rent on time, late or unpaid rent, rent receipts and late or unpaid rent and utility charges.
Learn about ending or restricting a non-essential service or facility; prohibited fees, permitted fees, additional person joining the household and overcrowding.
Learn about a tenant's right to quiet enjoyment, what happens when it's breached and damages for a breach.
Learn about locks, keys and access devices when moving into a unit and the changing of these in a landlord and tenant situation.
Learn about rent increases and mobile home site exceptions.
Learn about resolving disputes between landlords and tenants in Yukon.
Learn about orders and decisions for Yukon landlords and tenants.