Children's Dental Program
Provides services to Yukon children, from newborn to Grade 8 or Grade 12. Yukon Dental Health Services provides diagnostic, preventative and restorative dental services
First Nations Hunting and Fishing
Provides information on First Nation hunting and fishing rights and responsibililities. Rights vary depending on whether individuals are a beneficiary of a Yukon First Nation with a Final Agreement or not.
Get copies of Hansard from Queen’s Printer or the Inquiry Centre on the main floor of the Yukon Government Administration Building.
Reliable health information for Yukoners.
Health Profession Education Bursary
Supporting Yukon students in health education programs. Download the application online.
Find out more about health promotion campaigns. Includes public awareness campaigns, school and community workshops, supporting development of environments, which promote health, and conducting quality reviews of health programming.
Provides coverage for medically required hospital and medical services, and certain dental-surgical procedures.
Every spring, the Whitehorse Health Centre hosts a health fair for children turning three and children turning five.
HealthLine – 811
Call 811 for free, confidential 24-hour service available to anyone in Yukon.
A voluntary service offering intensive home-based support to overburdened families, prenatally and/or at birth through school age.
A complete range of audiology and hearing aid services to Yukon residents of all ages.
Heritage Training Fund
Funds limited-term training for Yukon independent heritage workers, groups, and collectives of workers. To enhance and advance their capacity to obtain and create employment and give prospective employers a better trained heritage labour force.
Highway Weight Restrictions
Restrictions are subject to change on short notice. Find out more about legal vehicle weight limits here.
Historic Properties Assistance Program
Helps individuals, community groups, societies, Yukon First Nations and businesses become involved in the heritage preservation process.
Historic Resources Fund
The types of projects considered include:archaeology, palaeontology, community museums, First Nations Heritage or Cultural Centres, historic sites, native language preservation, toponymy, historical research.
Research, inventories, preservation, management, development and interpretation of Yukon's historic sites and routes. Find out how to nominate a site for historic designation.
General Holidays: New Year's Day, Good Friday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Discovery Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Day, Remembrance Day, and Christmas Day. The public service and some others may also observe Heritage Day, Easter Monday and Boxing Day.
Home education is available to all Yukon students. Parents and guardians assume responsibility for their children's education. The Department of Education will provide resources for those who choose this option.
Home Owner's Grant
Any homeowner can make apply for a Home Owner's Grant for their principal residence.
Home Repair Program
This program provides homeowners with an opportunity to borrow up to $35,000 to repair their principal residence. A technical officer will assess your home and provide you with a list of eligible repair/upgrade options.
Health-related services for people who have difficulty accessing services due to mobility or health restraints.
Household Hazardous Waste
Environment Yukon assists in the collection of household hazardous waste.
Housing Education Programs
For home buyers, owners and owner/builders. Also for industry professionals.
Housing programs for seniors
Seniors' home and yard maintenance program, senior's lending library and seniors' social housing.
Hunter and Trapper Education and Resources
The Hunter & Trapper Education program provides educational outreach, including Hunter Education & Ethics and the Canadian Firearms Safety courses.
Hunting licences and information
Information on hunting in Yukon including hunting regulations, licences, information for non-residents, permit hunt info & draw results, First Nations hunting, buying, selling & exporting, harvest statistics, poachers, big game and hunting maps.
Medical Health Officer
Responsible for communicable disease control, environmental health, emergency preparedness and response and more.
For individuals, families and seniors "in need" who cannot secure affordable, adequate and suitable housing on the private housing market.