Yukon Standard Time
The Yukon is permanently 7 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC -7). In the Yukon, we do not "spring forward" or "fall back".
Comparing time zones across Canada
November to March
The Yukon is:
- on the same time as Alberta, the Northwest Territories and northeastern British Columbia; and
- 1 hour ahead of the rest of British Columbia.
March to November
The Yukon is:
- on the same time as all of British Columbia; and
- 1 hour behind Alberta and the Northwest Territories.
Download the Seasonal Time Change poster to see how the Yukon's time zone compares to other provinces and territories across Canada.
The Yukon’s time zone on devices
The Yukon is permanently 7 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time, also called UTC -7.
All of the following time zones are the same as Yukon time:
- Coordinated Universal Time -7 (UTC -7)
- Greenwich Mean Time -7 (GMT -7)
- Mountain Standard Time
- UTC -7 Yukon
The preferred time zone selections are “Yukon”, “Whitehorse” or “Mountain Standard Time”. If you're setting your time zone manually, make sure the option to automatically change the Daylight Saving Time is set to off.
Make sure your device has all current updates installed. This will ensure that your device recognizes it is in the correct time zone. It should then automatically show the right time. Each device may be different. Contact your service provider for specific questions.
If you are not sure about calendars and scheduling of appointments, contact the person or office you have the appointment with.
- October 29, 2020: Update devices and calendars to Yukon Standard Time
- September 24, 2020: Yukon to remain on permanent time
- March 4, 2020: Yukon to end seasonal time change
- January 6, 2020: Public engagement on seasonal time change launches
What We Heard report
Read the What We Heard report from the public engagement on seasonal time change.