Government launches MyYukon to make it easier to access government services online

The Government of Yukon is committed to making it easier and more convenient for Yukoners to access the services they rely on, while protecting their privacy and ensuring their personal information remains secure. To that end, the Government of Yukon has launched a new service called MyYukon to offer residents the option of accessing certain government services online.

Yukoners can now use one log-in to access any online government service integrated with MyYukon. Currently, the following services can be accessed:

  • third-party equipment rental;
  • vehicle registration renewal and driver abstracts; and,
  • commercial driving permits.

More online services will be gradually added to MyYukon throughout 2023 and 2024. Eventually, Yukoners will be able to use this online portal to access government services such as the energy rebates program as well as hunting and fishing licenses.

In person access to these services will remain for individuals who prefer non-digital options such as mail-in forms, service counters, and telephone service.

An extensive Privacy Impact Assessment was undertaken for this service, including consultation with the Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner. MyYukon does not store any information about the specific services a citizen may receive from the Government of Yukon. Additionally, this portal will be subject to the new Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act to ensure that the highest degree of transparency and considerations for privacy are built into this service from the ground up.

With a MyYukon account, Yukoners will eventually have the option to access a highly secure digital portal. This service improves privacy protection, provides a seamless way to update personal information and makes it easier to access government services under one secure log-in.

Our government is proud to be able to offer residents and businesses an easier way to access the services they need online. This is especially important for Yukoners living in our smaller communities who must currently travel to Whitehorse to access certain services. MyYukon also allows our government to align with the best identity management practices of other governments.

Minister of Highways and Public Works Nils Clarke

Media contact 

Renée Francoeur
Cabinet Communications


Carla Bohman
Communications, Highways and Public Works

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