Plans and reports from the Department of Environment
Fort Selkirk Historic Site is contained within Lot 1021, Plan 2008-0123, a 50 hectare site in central Yukon, on a terrace bank of the Yukon River near the mouth of the Pelly River. The site has archaeological evidence of late prehistoric use and...
The Old Fire Hall is a municipally designated site at 1105 Front Street in Whitehorse, Yukon. It consists of a two-storey wood-frame cube, single storey addition and varied width buffer of land surrounding the footprint of the building. It is...
The White Pass and Yukon Route Depot is a municipally designated historic site consisting of a two story building and land located on First Avenue, at the foot of Main Street on the Yukon River waterfront in downtown Whitehorse.
The Yukon Sawmill Company office and machine shop building was constructed in 1900 and is a two-story wood frame building situated on the northeast corner lot at Duke St and Front Street in Dawson City, Yukon.
The Mabel McIntyre House is a territorially designated historic site that is a one-storey 16' x 25' log cabin with shed attachment and the partial lots that it sits on. In the centre of the Village of Mayo's historic downtown.