Cities in Yukon

Population: 41,866

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Yukon: The Land of the Midnight Sun

Yukon is home to approximately 40,000 residents who live in a region that is known for its stunning natural beauty and wide-open spaces. The people that reside in Yukon enjoy an outstanding quality of life that is augmented by a tremendous access to the great outdoors. The business sector in Yukon is a varied one and the mining sector and tourism industries are among the topic economic players in the region. The region offers an outstanding combination of opportunities from work to recreation. If these factors are appealing to you, then the territory of Yukon might be an ideal spot to live.

Yukon is bordered by the Northwest Territories on its eastern side and by the province of British Columbia to its south. Its western edge shares a border with the U.S. state of Alaska. The territory also has access to the Arctic Ocean at its northern edge. The city of Whitehorse is the territory's capital and its largest urban area. Whitehorse has a population in excess of 25,000 residents.

The tremendous diversity of geography in Yukon is one of the factors that make the region so appealing. Some of the notable natural landmarks in the Yukon include the Yukon River, lakes such as Teslin Lake, Kluane Lake, and Lake Laberge. Yukon is also the home of Canada's tallest mountain peak Mount Logan. The mountain is located in the beautiful Kluane National Park and Reserve which has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The temperature in Yukon can range from mild summer temperatures to winter temperatures that drop far below zero on the Celsius scale. The warmest months tend to be May and June.

Real estate prices in Yukon tend to be well below Canada's national average. Rental costs also tend to be to significantly lower than in other regions of Canada. Overall the territory is an outstanding place for those who are enticed by the thought of a rural setting and the peace and quiet of the great outdoors.