- Changing an address for a Yukon corporation
- How to prepare your documents
- Submit your documents
- After we receive your documents
Changing an address for a Yukon corporation
A corporation must have a registered office in Yukon. If it's a public corporation, it may have a separate records office at a different location in or outside of Yukon.
Within 15 days of any change of address, a corporation must send a notice of change to the registrar.
How to prepare your documents
How to fill out the forms
The information you provide on forms must be legible. Also make sure to complete each section. Sections 4 and 5 are only to be filled out if they're applicable.
Download and complete Form 3 ‒ Notice of change of address of corporation.
Section 1: Name of corporation
The name must match the name as registered.
Section 2: Yukon registry number
Include the Yukon registry number.
Section 3: New registered office in Yukon
Include the address for the new registered office in Yukon with the date it came into effect.
“Delivery address” refers to a physical location. Include an address or other description to identify a person’s home or place of business. This must not include a post office box.
“Mailing address” refers to where you send mail. Include a complete mailing address, including the postal code. This address can be a person’s home, place of business or post office box.
Section 4: New records office
If there is a new records office, include its address. This only applies to public corporations and the address can be in or outside of Yukon. Include the date the new records office came into effect.
Section 5: New mailing address
If there's a new Yukon mailing address, include the address and the date it came into effect. Include this information only if it's different than the registered office in section 3.
Section 6: Name of the individual signing
Include the name of the individual signing.
Section 7: Title of individual signing
Include the title of the individual signing.
Section 8: Signature
Include the signature of the individual signing.
Section 9: Date of signature
Include the date the form was signed.
Submit your documents
After the form is completed, submit it to us. There is no charge for a notice of change of address for a corporation.
Deliver your documents to us
You can drop off forms at our office or in our secure drop box in the lobby.
When you put your forms in our secure drop box, you can include:
- cheque; or
- a payment information form to contact you for credit card payments.
Submit your documents by mail, fax or email
Our offices are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 867-667-5314, or toll free in Yukon 1-800-661-0408, extension 5314
Government of Yukon
Corporate Affairs (C-6)
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6
After we receive your documents
After we've accepted and filed all your documents, you'll receive confirmation. The process can take up to 10 business days.
Staff at Corporate Affairs cannot provide any interpretation of legislation or operational advice of any sort regarding:
- business corporations;
- sole proprietorships;
- cooperative associations; or
If you need advice, talk with a professional such as a lawyer or an accountant.
Our staff cannot provide legal advice or services. For legal matters, contact a lawyer or phone the Yukon Law Line: 867-668-5297, toll free 1-866-667-4305
Business identifier numbers and taxes
For information about business identifier numbers, taxes and charitable status, visit the Canada Revenue Agency.
For information about business licences, phone the City of Whitehorse 867-668-8346 or email email@example.com.
Our office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 307 Black Street, 1st floor in Whitehorse. For clients who prefer limited contact, a drop box is located in the main lobby.