The Yukon Anti Poverty Coalition is pleased to announce an update to our 2016 edition of our “Surviving in Yukon". The booklet shows where to find low-cost or free services in Yukon, and information has been added as of December 2016.
It was more than ten years ago that the first Surviving in Whitehorse pamphlet was developed as a one page, double sided publication.
Today, Surviving in Yukon has become a comprehensive listing of services available in Whitehorse and communities complete with maps and listings for youth as well.
The new edition continues to be produced in partnership with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada in order to help all Yukoners have better access to the services and supplies that they need. Thanks to the support of INAC, the guide is available in English and French.
Updated versions of the booklet will be available at a variety of distribution points such as community organizations and Yukon Government offices. Copies will also be available through the Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition at their offices – 302 Strickland Street. The guide can also be accessed as a PDF file from the INAC website: Surviving in Yukon, December 2016 (PDF)