A Traditional Territory is an area of Yukon that the people of a First Nation have traditionally used. A First Nation's Settlement Land fall inside the boundaries of its Traditional Territory. A First Nation does not own its Traditional Territory. However, the First Nation and its beneficiaries have a number of rights within their Traditional Territory, both on and off of Settlement Land.
These data are available at nominal scales of 1:250,000 and 1:1,000,000.
- View PDF maps of First Nations Traditional Territories generated from these data.
- Preview and download via ArcGIS Hub with option of alternate output formats.
- Directly download in shape, file geodatabase and KML formats from the ftp site.
This data set is based on paper and digital sources from other agencies. The Government of Yukon is not responsible for the accuracy of these data.
For questions about First Nation Traditional Territory map data, email firstname.lastname@example.org.