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Yukon is one of three territories in Canada, besides Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, and is located in the northwest part of the country. This territory is famous for the historical Klondike Gold Rush and is home to the second tallest peak in North America, Mount Logan. Yukon is well known for its vast natural parks, caribou, fishing, hunting, and northern lights. It’s an excellent place for tourism, with lots of guided tours throughout the territory, including local tours in the largest city, Whitehorse, and a famous Dawson City, which offers Gold Rush-themed tours and events.
Dawson City is a popular tourist destination in Yukon and has one of the oldest casinos in North America, Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall. There are tourist events and historic hotels, sites, and shops in Dawson City and Whitehorse, which are famous for visitors to experience how Yukon was in the 1800s and early 1900s.
Tourism is one of the top industries in the territory, especially in the summer, when the weather is mild. There are ample opportunities for canoeing, camping, and hiking throughout the vast wilderness, rivers, and lakes.
Yukon offers a lot of great brands and products. Many indigenous companies, including the Yukon Soaps Company, Wild & North, a home fragrance company, Aurum Skincare, and many other small businesses and local brands. Many products made in Yukon are prepared from natural ingredients and offer some of the highest quality products, including Aurum Skincare, famous throughout Canada and the U.S.
Skincare products, homemade goods, clothing, and accessories are top products throughout Yukon. Many businesses offer in-store shopping and online products for a broader customer base throughout Canada and globally. Yukon University, Yukon Gear & Axle, local breweries, Yukon Outfitters are examples of well-established brands in the territory.
Central banks and insurance companies in Canada have offices and branches in Yukon, including the top five banks. Many national and global brands have locations in the territory, including Canada Post, Loblaws, Starbucks, Shoppers Drug Mart, and government agencies.
Yukon offers incredible opportunities for outdoor excursions, which makes the territory unique in providing lots of local outfitters, tour guides, and special programs for visitors to the Yukon. Many professional outfitters include canoe rentals and companies, kayaking tours, guided wilderness excursions, and more. While the territory is most famous for travel in the summer months, there are visitors to the Yukon throughout the year, including the winter, to see the northern lights and other seasonal events.
Yukon offers a lot of brands, from hiking and hunting products and tour guide programs to education, financial services, handmade cosmetics, apparel, and footwear. It’s a naturally beautiful place well-known for its mountain ranges and natural parks.
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Yes, depending on the type of business and how well it relates to the communities in the territory. Many successful businesses, including locally-owned and operated companies, offer online services and products as they expand throughout Canada and globally.
Yukon is rich in mining zinc, gold, copper, silver, and lead. While this industry still thrives today, the territory is best known and most famous for tourism.
The natural parks, Canada’s highest peak, and ice fields are natural wonders that attract many people to the territory for vacation. It’s also famous for wildlife sightings, including moose, caribou, grizzly bears, and birds.
As more advertising campaigns for tourism increase, especially during the summer, Yukon’s tourism and other industries continue to grow and experience success.