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Yukon Territory rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Yukon Territory. Common rental types found in Yukon Territory are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Cities in Yukon Territory where housing rentals are found are North Yukon, Klondike, Silver Trail, Whitehorse, Campbell, Teslin, Watson Lake, Southern Lakes, Kluane.  Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Yukon Territory.

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      Yukon Province Information
Yukon is the smallest among Canada's three federal territories and was named after the river Yukon which means "Great River", and its capital is "Whitehorse" created in 1898. Mount Logan is the highest mountain in Canada which is of 19,551 ft and 5,959 meters long.

      Yukon Province Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Yukon is a serious adventurous place for the people who are very much interested in adventures. The rivers of Yukon maintain the moderate levels, where people can raft on wild rivers; there is a grayling species of fishes which enjoy a round of golf at midnight. The summer in Yukon will be too hot and there will be growth of wild flowers and rugged wild life. For the hikers and mountaineers, it offers limitless challenges. The scenery of Yukon is worth watching and amazing. The winter is so charming and beautiful and the complete territory is covered with snow and there will be race of sledge dogs in frozen territory. In Yukon quest sledge dog race is considered as one of the toughest race in the world. In Yukon there is amazing types of museums like, the SS Klondike sternwheeler, the Yukon Transportation Museum, the McBride Museum, the Whitehorse trolley, the Old Log Church Museum, the Beringia Centre, Yukon Gardens, "Log Skyscrapers", the Whitehorse fish ladder, the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, the Takhini Hot Springs, and the Yukon visitor centre. Hunting and fishing is the active recreation of Yukon.

      Yukon Province Demographics
Yukon total population - 30,989
Yukon male population - 15,810
Yukon female population - 14,840
Yukon English population - 27.1%
Yukon First Nations population - 22.3%
Yukon Scottish population - 21.9%
Yukon Irish population - 19.1%
Yukon German population - 14.3%
Yukon French population - 13.4%

      Yukon school information
The population of Yukon is around 30,375 people as if now in a vast geographical area. The education system provides a certificate, diploma, partial and some full degree certificates for the citizens of Yukon. The educational department of Yukon establishes the curriculum and general philosophy of education for all the schools. The educational consultants of Yukon provide an in house training to the teachers. The Yukon government is a partner with the Western and Northern Canadian Protocol (WNCP), which supports them in the development of curriculum frame works.

Yukon Territory Symbols

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Image of Yukon Territory flower

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Yukon Territory Flag
Yukon Territory Flower
Yukon Territory Tree
Subalpine Fir

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Yukon Territory Bird
Common Raven
Yukon Territory Motto
Larger than life
Yukon Territory Song
"Bright Sky Echo of the Yukon"

      Yukon Province History
At the beginning of the 19th century there was a development of fur trade and Telegraph expedition. The southern Yukon was completely covered with the layer of ash which was due to the volcanic eruption of Mount Churchchill near Alaskan borders. By the end of 19th century, there was an increase in population and was a gradual development of goldmines and setting up of police force. The separation of the Yukon district from the Northwest Territories is the reason of increase in population and gold rush which led to the formation of the separate Yukon Territory in 1898.

      Yukon Province Tourist Information
The Province of Yukon consists of amazing landscapes, National and Territorial parks which are filled with rare animals like Porcupine Caribou, Black and grizzly bears, Dell sheep, moose, wolves and musk oxen are some of the animals which are found regularly through the territory. In winter season there will be a magical light show which attracts the tourists. 80 percent of Yukon has wild atmosphere, but still people like to live here. The people here are spiritual and are love to live at this place and have many stories to tell about to the tourists. The culture of Yukon is well preserved and is still present in the museum for the tourists and we can even find many historical sites over the territory. When we enter the Tage Cho Interpretive Center, will come to know that, how the life might have been long ego.

      Yukon Province Transportation
The rivers and mountain passes were the main transportation routes for the people of Yukon till the modern transportation came into existence. The piled up river boats are the main transport for the people who travel between Whitehorse and Dawson city to Alaska and over to the Bering Sea. There was a narrow railway gauge between Skagway, Alaska, and Whitehorse but the railways stopped their transportation in 1980's and used to run only during the summer for the tourists with car cross operation. The major land routes of Yukon include the Alaska Highway, the Klondike Highway (between Skagway and Dawson City), the Haines Highway (between Haines, Alaska, and Haines Junction), and the Dumpster Highway (linking Inuvik, Northwest Territories to the Klondike Highway), all covered with a firm surface except for the Dumpster. Air travel is only way to reach to the far places of the northern Canada. The other highways of Yukon which includes less traffic are "Robert Campbell Highway" linking Carmacks (on the Klondike Highway) to Watson Lake (Alaska Highway) via Faro and Ross River, and the "Silver Trail" linking the old silver mining communities of Mayo, Elsa and Keno City to the Klondike Highway at the Stewart River bridge. Whitehorse International Airport acts as a central part of the transport system which provides direct flights to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Fairbanks, and Frankfurt (summer months). The charter service of Yukon provides the primary transportation to the tourists and mining industries.

      Yukon Taxes
Yukon Province Corporate Income Tax General Rate - 15.0%
Yukon Province Corporate Income Tax Manufacturing and Processing Rate - 2.5%
Yukon Province Corporate Income Tax Small Business Rate - 4.0%
Yukon Province Corporate Income Tax Small Business Manufacturing and Processing Rate - 2.5%
Yukon Province Personal Income Tax First Bracket Tax Rate - 7.04%
Yukon Province Personal Income Tax Second Bracket Tax Rate - 9.68%
Yukon Province Personal Income Tax Third Bracket Tax Rate - 11.44%
Yukon Province Personal Income Tax Fourth Bracket Tax Rate - 12.76%
Gasoline Fuel Tax Rate - 6.2 cents per litre
Diesel Fuel Tax Rate - 7.2 cents per litre
Aviation Fuel Tax Rate - 1.1 cents per litre
Heating or Cooling other than for space heating Fuel Tax Rate - 0.2 cents per litre
Cigarettes Tobacco Tax Rate - $0.21 per cigarette
Other Tobacco Tobacco Tax Rate - $0.21 per gram
Cigars Tobacco Tobacco Tax Rate - 130% of taxable price per cigar

      Yukon Universities
Walden University, Yukon Territory - 40,500 students
Yukon College, Whitehorse, Yukon - 1,071 students

      Yukon Province Religions
Yukon Roman Catholic Church Population is 21%
Yukon Anglican Church of Canada Population is 13%
Yukon United Church of Canada Population is 7%

      Yukon Communities
Whitehorse, Yukon - Population 22,898
Dawson, Yukon - Population 1,327
Watson Lake, Yukon - Population 846
Haines Junction, Yukon - Population 589
Carmacks, Yukon - Population 425
Ibex Valley, Yukon - Population 376
Mount Lorne, Yukon - Population 370
Ross River, Yukon - Population 313
Pelly Crossing, Yukon - Population 296
Mayo, Yukon - Population 248

      Yukon Province Government
Yukon was a division of the Hudson's Bay Company-administered North-Western Territory and Canadian-administered Northwest Territories in the 19th century. In 1895, it became a separate district of the Northwest Territories and in 1898 it became a separate territory with its own commissioner and appointed Territorial Council. The federal Minister of Indian Affairs was administered the territory before 1979 by the commissioner. The commissioner used to appoint the territory's Executive Council and in 1979 an important degree of power was devolved from the Federal government and commissioner to the territorial legislature in turn which adopted a strong party system of responsible government. This was done through the letter from Jake Epps, the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development of Yukon. In 2003 there was a Yukon act, which was passed on April 1st, gave the Yukon government additional powers to have control over land and natural resources. The role of the commissioner is just equivalent to that of the provincial lieutenant governor; however commissioner is not the representative of the Queen but in turn employee of the Federal Government. At the federal level Canada is represented by a single Member of Parliament and one senator. Majority population of Yukon is called The First Nation. Each individual of the First Nation has to negotiate a specific land claiming a self-government agreement. Eleven of the 14 First Nation individuals had singed an agreement on December 2005.

      Yukon National Parks
Ivvavik National Park: It's a National park which is located in the Yukon, Canada and is called the First National park to be established and the meaning of that is ""nursery" or "birthplace".Kluane National Park: It's located in the extreme southwestern corner of Yukon and was established in 1972, covering 22,016 square kilometers. It includes the highest mountains of Canada, called Mount Logan (5,959 m) of the Saint Elias Mountains. Mountains and glaciers cover 82percent of the area and dominate in hiding the park's beautiful landscape and contain 105 species of birds as the Rock Ptarmigan and the mighty Golden and Bald Eagle.Vultut National Park: It's also a national park which is located in the northern Yukon, Canada and established in 1995.

      Yukon Economy
Mining is the main income for Yukon economy. Yukon income has second priority from tourism. Mining outputs of Yukon are lead, gold, silver, nickel, petroleum, gas, copper, oil, tungsten, coal and molybdenum. Yukon economy is also based on manufacturing, services and farming. Yukon agricultural income takes small part in its economy. The manufacturing outputs of Yukon are furniture, printing, paper, cloths, hydroelectricity and handicrafts. The main services of Yukon are government, financial, telecommunication and transportation. Yukon has so many beautiful places the tourism can play main role in Yukon economy. The agricultural outputs of Yukon are trapping, fox, beaver and wolf. User Yukon Territory Comments

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