Economic Activity and Development
The economic activity of Ross River includes Government Services from the Federal, Territorial, and First Nation governments.
Ross River is well positioned to develop business opportunities based on tourism, hunting, fishing, and adventure activities due to its proximity to a spectacular landscape and wilderness.
Improved availability of internet technology also opens up new opportunities for business creation and the opportunity to market worldwide the many attributes and local innovations of Ross River.
For business investors, Ross River offers:
- An excellent quality of life
- Excellent information and communications infrastructure
- A supportive, and responsive government
- Northern expertise in mining, telecommunications, construction and tourism
- Excellent funding and incentive programs
- 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
What are the Facts?
What are the Facts?