One of the mandates of the Yukon Land Use Planning Council is to make recommendations to the Yukon Government and affected Yukon First Nations on a number of topics, including:

  • land use planning, including policies, goals and priorities, in the Yukon;
  • the identification of planning regions and priorities for the preparation of regional land use plans;
  • the general terms of reference, including timeframes, for each Regional Land Use Planning Commission;
  • the boundary of each planning region; and
  • such other matters as Government and each affected Yukon First Nation may agree.

You can scroll through our recommendations below and download those of interest. 

pdf Advancing Regional Planning 2022 Recommendations


August 8, 2022: Recommendations for the advancement of Yukon regional planning. These recommendations were developed in collaboration with the Yukon Forum "Regional Planning Leads" group through a series of workshops in 2020 and 2021, as well as the Council’s work on Indigenous Planning and Traditional Knowledge.

pdf Yukon Planning Regions May 2019


Yukon Planning Regions May 2019

May 2019 - Recommended Planning Regions: (map formatted for letter size printing).The map shows recommended planning regions of the Yukon, updated to be consistent with the Dawson Region boundary as set out in the 2018 Terms of Reference for the Dawson Regional Planning Commission. The basis remains Yukon Land Use Planning Council's September 16th 2011 recommendations.

pdf Total Impact Workshop Resolution on Cumulative Effects


2019:  Resolution from total "Total Impact" workshop, regarding recommendations that arose from this cumulative effects workshop.