A sound infrastructure, a variety of business services, and territorial government incentives support the establishment and expansion of the business industry in Haines Junction.
Airport, cell phone service, high-speed internet, meeting rooms, hotels, bank, post office and more are all available to businesses in Haines Junction. Together, the town holds considerable appeal for new and established businesses.
The village also boasts the St. Elias Convention Centre, a 250-seat convention centre with a fully-equipped theatre.
Haines Junction businesses are supported by:
- A supportive local and territorial government
- Proximity to larger centres and amenities
- Excellent communications and technology infrastructure
Heavy equipment rentals, carpentry, plumbing, drywall and painting contractors are available within the community.
- Government of Yukon Departments
List of Government of Yukon Departments
- Government of Yukon Programs and Services
List of programs and services offered to Yukon businesses and residents
- Yukon Department of Economic Development
List of funding and programs that support Yukon economic development
- Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Businesses (PSAB)
Works to assist Aboriginal firms in contracting with all federal government departments and agencies and assists Aboriginal businesses gain access to the overall procurement process
- Yukon Chamber of Commerce
Provides advocacy and representation on issues affecting business
- Yukon Business Directory
Directory of Yukon businesses
- Yukon Employment Central
Provides job boards, employment counseling, workshops and more
- Government Tenders
Provides information about currently advertised public tenders as well as recently awarded public tenders and the successful contractor
- Yukon Workfutures
Guide to work opportunities in the territory that provides information on the labour market, working conditions, education, and employment prospects
Online employment resource for employers and job seekers, providing information on current job listings, the Yukon labour market, career planning, education, and training
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