File an annual report for a society

You're required to fill out and file an annual report within 30 days of your annual general meeting (AGM). You can see this rule in Section 78 of the Societies Act

Not having filed an annual report is the most common reason why a society might be in default. Your annual report is due 4 months after your fiscal-year end, or 5 months if you are filing under the new Act.  


When financial statements should be reviewed by a chartered professional accountant 

This flow chart will help you determine if you are required to get an accountant to review your financial statements

If your directors change

You do not need to file a change of directors form if your directors changed at your annual general meeting.  

Do I need to attach my financial statements?

You do not need to attach financial statements to your annual report. You may still need to get them reviewed by a chartered professional accountant.


How to file under the new Societies Act 

We recommend filing your annual report form online using the Yukon Corporate Online Registry (YCOR). This will make the fees lower and we'll be able to process your files faster. 

File your annual report online

Find out how to get a YCOR account and a personal filing key

You can also fill out these forms and submit copies in person, by mail or email to us. Doing so will result in higher fees and it will take longer for your filing to go through.   

Form for paper filing: 

Still confused? Call for help.

If you aren't sure how you should file your annual report, call the societies advisor at 332-7950 or email


We're open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at 307 Black Street, 1st floor in Whitehorse.

Phone: 867-667-5111, or toll free in the Yukon 1-800-661-0408, extension 5111

Mail: Government of Yukon
Professional Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (C-5)
Box 2703,
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6