Government of Yukon has launched a new website featuring information about research and monitoring conducted by, or in partnership with, Yukon government. The Compendium contains information on over 80 projects underway in the fields of agriculture and forestry, business and economy, climate change, earth sciences, environment, health and well-being, heritage and culture, housing and infrastructure, and social sciences. An initiative of the Government of Yukon Science Strategy, we hope that decision-makers, educators and knowledge generators use the research provided by this site to promote evidence-based decision making and to further Yukon's knowledge economy.
View the Compendium >>
In April 2016, as a result of their strong working relationship, territorial Premiers released a pan-territorial approach to science. The Pan-Northern Approach to Science sets a path forward for northern science that commits to utilizing sound, reliable and evidence-based information to make decisions; developing northern science capacity; enhancing science communications and outreach; promoting strong science policies; and encouraging meaningful partnerships with First Nations, Inuit, Métis, the private sector and the science community.
Learn more about A Pan-Northern Approach to Science >>
The Government of Yukon supports the active pursuit, gathering and storage of scientific knowledge so it can be easily retrieved, transferred, shared and used to support evidence-based decision-making.
Our focus is on building strong partnerships with other governments and organizations to identify and address knowledge gaps of importance to Yukoners, and ensuring Yukon government helps develop and implement scientific solutions that improve Yukoners’ quality of life.
The Science Community of Practice (SCOPe) provides an opportunity for members of Yukon's science community to learn from each other, and develop themselves personally and professionally. SCOPe activities may include brown bag lunch talks, field tours, informal discussion groups, workshops and networking opportunities, such as Science After Hours.
Dr. Aynslie Ogden, Senior Science Advisor
Executive Council Office
Government of Yukon
P.O. Box 2703 (A-16)