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Government of Yukon

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Provincial/Territory Government (Canada)
Location:Yukon Territory, Canada
Alternative Names:
  • Yukon Territory
  • Subject Matter:Local Government
    URL: http://www.gov.yk.ca
    Summary Information:
    Yukon is a territory of Canada, established in 1898. The population of Yukon Territory is 29,960. By area, Yukon Territory accounts for 4.8 percent of Canada's landmass, or 483,450 square kilometres.

    While not constitutionally equal to a province, Yukon provides many provincial-like services to the community, such as control of public lands, forests and mineral resources. The legislative assembly of Yukon consists of 18 elected members.

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Inuvialuit Final Agreement
  • Yukon Transboundary Agreement
  • Kluane First Nation Final Agreement Implementation Plan 2003 - Signatory
  • Kluane First Nation Self-Government Agreement Implementation Plan 2003 - Signatory
  • Kluane First Nation Self-Government Agreement 2003 - Signatory
  • Kluane First Nation Final Agreement 2003 - Signatory
  • Carcross/Tagish First Nation Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Carcross/Tagish First Nation Final Agreement - Signatory
  • Ta'an Kwach'an Council Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Tr'ondek Hwech'in Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Selkirk First Nation Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Champagne and Aishihik First Nation Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Umbrella Final Agreement between the Government of Canada, The Council for Yukon Indians and the Government of the Yukon - Signatory
  • Kwanlin Dun First Nation Final Agreement - Signatory
  • People
  • Inuvialuit People
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Meech Lake Constitutional Accord 1987

  • References

    Resource
    The Solon Law Archive (1987) Meech Lake Constitutional Accord
    Centre for Constitutional Studies (2003) Constitutional Keywords: Meech Lake Accord

    Glossary

    Provincial/Territory Government (Canada)

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