Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP)
Do you own a small or medium-sized business in Canada? The Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP) offers two grants that will help you get online and use technology to build your business:
- The Grow Your Business Online grant gives you up to $2,400 to set up e-commerce and grow your sales online.
- The Boost Your Business Technology grant gives you up to $15,000 to get advice on the technologies that can propel your business forward.
The GreenStep EcoFund program helps businesses generate a fund to invest in retrofits that save energy, water, and waste, and reduce their carbon footprint.
Market a Tourism Business or Destination
The Tourism Cooperative Marketing Fund (TCMF) helps the Yukon’s tourism industry attract visitors and gain international exposure. These marketing activities help strengthen the territory’s tourism brand.
Yukon Tourism Training Fund
Funded by the Government of Yukon’s Economic Development branch, the YTTF is administered by TIA Yukon. The main purpose of the YTTF is to provide tourism training that is responsive to industry and employee training needs. The fund contributes to achieving a more qualified Yukon tourism labour market that can support an increasingly competitive industry.
Tourism Development Initiative
The Product Development Partnership Program (PDPP) provides funding to organizations that want to undertake a tourism-focused project or initiative.
Yukon Elevate Tourism Program (Elevate)
The Yukon Elevate Tourism Program (Elevate) provides an opportunity for the Yukon’s tourism industry to contribute to a rethinking, restructuring, and rebuilding of tourism in the territory so that the industry can be more progressive, impactful, and sustainable.
GreenStep Sustainable Tourism
Our Sustainable Tourism division helps tourism businesses and destinations with a range of services and certifications designed just for the industry.
First Aid skills are applicable in your daily life, both at home and at work, to prepare you to act on, control, and manage life’s emergencies. Before a professional responder arrives to help, you can make all the difference in helping someone in need.
Our certified Canadian Red Cross First Aid training will give you a plan of action for emergencies, and give you the confidence to act.
Yukon University has been offering First Aid training for over 30 years Yukon wide. As a Canadian Red Cross training partner we deliver training for all levels of First Aid.
Enroll today and earn your official Canadian Red Cross certification.
The Job Bank is an employment website operated by Employment and Social Development Canada. It Provides an online database of job listings in Canada, as well as other employment services and information for recruiters and job seekers.
Klondike Outreach has been operating since the late 1970s and is fully funded by the Government of Canada and Yukon Government to provide employment services to job seekers and support to employers.
Klondike Outreach provides many services related to employment and career development. We have a Job Board that advertises jobs available in the Dawson City area. You can also access information for jobs located throughout the Yukon and Canada.
Yukon Work Information Network (YuWIN)
The Yukon Work Information Network, managed by the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce, is an online employment resource for employers and job seekers.
Our Job Board is the most comprehensive, up-to-date source of job opportunities in the Yukon. Employers of all kinds, including private businesses, First Nation and municipal governments, and community organizations, advertise their jobs free of charge.
Dawson City Chamber of Commerce (DCCC)
As a non-profit organization, the Dawson City Chamber of Commerce strives to advocate for its members and connect them with resources to grow their businesses, as well as providing opportunities for the local business community to network and collaborate.
We offer benefits to our members such as group insurance plan as well as spearhead initiatives to boost the local economy, such as our Shop Dawson program.
The DCCC also hosts the Dawson City International Gold Show annually, the northernmost placer mining industry trade show, an event that celebrates Dawson’s gold rush heritage and contemporary mining in the Klondike.
Our goal is to raise the profile of our business community and to create marketing and learning opportunities for our members to benefit from.
Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC)
Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) mission is to be the voice of Canada’s tourism industry and improve its global competitiveness as an international destination through leadership and advocacy.
Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon (TIAY)
The Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon (TIA Yukon) is the voice of Yukon’s tourism industry. As the visitor industry association in the territory, we forge a common voice and actions to influence, promote and assist the development of tourism in Yukon. As a membership based organization, TIA Yukon is constantly striving to better serve our members.
Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon (WTAY)
The Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon (WTAY) provides a unified voice for our members – educating and advocating for Yukon’s natural wilderness product and the tourism operators who use it. WTAY also promotes high-quality visitor experiences through our Yukon Wild brand.
Yukon First Nations Culture & Tourism Association (YFNCT)
The Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association (YFNCT) is a non-profit organization that is committed to growing and promoting vibrant and sustainable arts/culture and tourism sectors.
YFNCT offers training, a booking/referral service, networking opportunities and co-operative marketing for First Nations artists, performers, cultural centres and tourism entrepreneurs in Yukon. YFNCT works closely with arts/culture, tourism and government organizations to maximize opportunities within the sectors.
Yukon Convention Bureau (YCB)
Big-city amenities and breathtaking scenery make the Yukon the most memorable meeting location in Canada. Where else can you hold a conference in the shadow of a glacier or in a Gold-Rush-era saloon? With facilities for up to 500 guests, top-rated hotels, savoury northern cuisine, contemporary facilities and affordable rates, you’ll want your next event in the Yukon.
City of Dawson
Dawson’s economy is rooted in public services, mining, the accommodation and food service sector, and arts, entertainment and recreation.
The Yukon captures the hearts and imaginations of travellers from around the globe every year. Find out why and how to visit, today.
Visit Dawson City
Dawson City is an eclectic and vibrant northern community on the banks of the Yukon River. We boast a mixture of First Nations Heritage and Gold Rush History blended with an active Gold Mining and Tourism Industry as well as a thriving Arts scene.
Dawson’s past is marked by Beringia, an Ice Age period which formed our unique landscape and the treasures they contain, the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in, who have called this area home for centuries, as well as the Klondike Gold Rush, that put this town on the tongue of stampeders worldwide.