YCC Surveys

With the Yukon Liquor Act Review underway, the Yukon Chamber of Commerce is particularly interested in surveying the views of the business community, more specifically the food and beverage industry. Accordingly, we have replicated portions of the Yukon government survey that may be of interest to you. We have also added a few questions. Survey will close on January 5, 2018. 

Business Views on Liquor Act Survey 

 

Reports, Publications and Information

Federal Funding Programs - Cheat Sheet
Environment and Climate Change Canada, Natural Resourses Canada (NRCan), Infrastructure Canada: find information on the diverse funds available here

Briefing Paper
Cannabis Legalisation: A Business Perspective

 

Fueling Yukon’s Economy

On May 25, 2016 the Yukon Chamber launched its new Fueling Yukon website, looking at the scale of fossil fuel consumption here in the territory. We are currently in Phase II of this project; look for further updates on this project!

 

Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety-Rebates

The Yukon Chamber of Commerce identified a surplus in the Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety Board reserves and negotiated a refund to Yukon employers obtaining $20 million to Yukon employers.  

YCC Press Release on the rebate
YWCHSB Press Release on the rebate 

2017 Assessment Rates 
YCC Press Release on rates 
YWCHSB Press Release on rates 

 

BIZ PAL

Are you a new business? Looking for information on Business Licenses? Biz Pal is a great resource provided by the territorial government. 

  • It's Free - Search for the permits and licenses you may need to start or grow your business.
  • Save time and money - Spend less time searching for information and more time building your business. 
  • Improve business planning - Know which permits and licenses are needed so that you get it right the first time. 
  • Get answers - Available 24/7 to help you navigate government requirements specific to your business type.

Links to Resources

The PSAB program has been in existence for 18 years and our Aboriginal Business Directory (ABD) has been on-line since 2012.