Over the past five years Yukon has been chosen as a location for feature films, TV series, made-for-TV movies, documentaries, and numerous TV commercials for major corporate brands.
281,000 square kilometres, or 57%, of Yukon is covered in boreal forest where White Spruce and Lodgepole Pine are the primary saleable tree species found in abundance.
An educated labour force, a government-supported research centre at Yukon College, and unique environment contribute to Yukon innovation.
Supported by streamlined regulatory processes, a stable political environment, and favourable taxation, incentives and royalties programs.
Yukon boasts a rich potential for onshore resources – 800 million barrels of oil and 17 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
On average, over 300,000 tourists visit Yukon each year to enjoy our pristine wilderness, view the mystic northern lights, and participate in our numerous festivals and cultural events.
Yukon, a majestic and emerging land with a wealth of investment opportunities. It is one of Canada's best kept secrets.