October 20, 2023
Minister of Tourism and Culture John Streicker comments on International Archaeology Day celebrations in the Yukon.
October 17, 2023
The two-minute videos for the 10 finalists for the 125 Prize will be debuted at a free public event on October 19 at 7 pm
October 17, 2023
The Yukon Convention Bureau, working with the Government of Yukon, has selected a proponent for the development of a new Yukon convention centre.
Rugged Apprentices complete five community projects leaving the Yukon with improved tourism infrastructure and attractions
September 29, 2023
49 visitors from across Canada arrived as “voluntourists” to help improve Yukon community and tourism-related infrastructure while enjoying the sights and culture of the Yukon.
September 27, 2023
Minister of Tourism and Culture John Streicker comments on the importance of tourism in the Yukon as part of the internationally recognized day.
September 18, 2023
An exhibition of the newest works added to the Yukon Permanent Art Collection is now on display at the Jim Smith Building in Whitehorse.
Statement from Minister of Tourism and Culture John Streicker on the Klondike Visitors Association seasonal accommodation pilot project
August 16, 2023
Minister of Tourism and Culture John Streicker congratulates the Klondike Visitor Association on the beginning of construction for their seasonal accommodation initiative.
Signing ceremony held for Gindèhchik / Rampart House and Zheh Gwatsàl / LaPierre House historic sites
August 1, 2023
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and Government of Yukon have signed an updated management plan for the Gindèhchik / Rampart House and Zheh Gwatsàl / LaPierre House historic site.
Applications open for special one-time prize available for projects marking the Yukon’s 125th anniversary
July 4, 2023
Three to five extraordinary Yukon-based projects will be selected to receive up to a maximum of $125,000 each.