News & Events
This official Sub-regional Land Use Planning meeting is being held Wednesday February 6, 6-8pm, at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse.
What happens when a mine owner walks away? Find out in this informative free presentation about the financial aspects of mine abandonment in the Yukon. Mon, Feb 25, 2019. Whitehorse Public Library. 6:30-8 PM.
Read a fully-referenced version of our January 16 Yukon News editorial about a recent decision by the Yukon Utilities Board to end all Yukon utility efforts to reduce energy consumption in the territory.
Yukon government is accepting comments until Dec. 17 on what its new Climate Change, Energy & Green Economy plan should look like. Read our recommendations and have your say!
Consultations for the Peel Watershed are finally underway, and your comment is needed!
Roads & Wildlife Impacts: Tues. Oct. 16, 7-9pm (doors open 6:30pm), Beringia Centre, Whitehorse
A free talk about making roads safer for Yukon wildlife and people.
After 5 decades of hard work for the Yukon's land, water, and wildlife, we're celebrating with several events this fall!
From August 1-30, the Peel Watershed Portrait Exhibit will be showing at the Yukon Arts Centre.
The summer edition of Walk Softly is ready!
Friday June 29, 12:30-1:30pm, meet at the Miles Canyon bridge
Applications for artists are now closed.
Yukon Bird Club Birdathon: Friday May 25-Saturday May 26 (join us to hike and bike!)
Saturday March 31, 10am-12pm, XC ski to Canyon City and back. Meet at Chadburn Lake Rd. km 4 (ski trails parking lot).
Tuesday March 20, 2018, 5:15-7:15pm at 302 Hawkins St.
Learn about our 2017 achievements, our plans for 2018, meet our incoming ED, elect Board members, and help us kick off our 50th anniversary events!
Mike Walton will begin as YCS Executive Director on March 12, 2018.