What is Yukon?

  • (noun): A territory in northwestern Canada; site of the Klondike gold rush in the 1890s.
    Synonyms: Yukon Territory
    See also — Additional definitions below

Yukon

Yukon /ˈjuːkɒn/ is the westernmost and smallest of Canada's three federal territories.

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List Of Lakes Named Fish Lake - Canada - Yukon
... Fish Lake, two different lakes in the Yukon Territory. ...
Alligator Lake
... Alligator Lake Alligator Lake, Yukon, a lake in Yukon Alligator Lake, Texas, a lake in Texas Alligator Lake, Osceola County, Florida, a lake in Florida Alligator Lake, Columbia County, Florida, a lake in Florida ...
Anglican Diocese Of Yukon - Bishops
... of Selkirk 1890–1905) Isaac Stringer (Bishop of Selkirk 1905–1907 Bishop of Yukon 1907–1931 Metropolitan of Rupert’s Land 1931–1934) Arthur Sovereign (1932) William Geddes ...
Meg Mc Call
... who represented the electoral district of Klondike in the Yukon Legislative Assembly from 1978 to 1985 ... She was a member of the Yukon Progressive Conservative Party ... She defeated Yukon New Democratic Party leader Fred Berger in the 1978 territorial election ...
Yukon, West Virginia
... Yukon is an unincorporated community on Dry Fork in McDowell County, West Virginia, United States ... According to the Geographic Names Information System, Yukon has also been known throughout its history as Susanna and Watson ...

More definitions of "Yukon":

  • (noun): A North American river; flows into the Bering Sea.
    Synonyms: Yukon River

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