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Yukon Housing Corporation links families, communities and the housing industry with programs and services that work to support the housing needs of Yukoners.
This joint publication between Yukon Housing Corporation and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada was created to inform owners of home heating fuel oil tanks, about how to keep them safe and to prevent leaks which can have profound environmental impacts and significant costs for clean-up and mitigation. The booklet has value for any property owner with a fuel oil tank including; home owners, commercial operators, First Nation communities and business owners.
The Guide to Home Heating Oil Tanks booklet is available through Yukon-based furnace repair firms and heating contractors, fuel oil delivery companies, Yukon Housing Corporation Offices, the Yukon Fire Marshall’s and Building Safety’s offices and City of Whitehorse Bylaw office. First Nation governments will be receiving copies of the Guide for distribution to their members.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless gas that can make you very sick. It’s a serious problem, but prevention is simple. Click here to learn more.
Work has begun on building a Housing Action Plan for Yukon. The plan is being created in a collaborative process between government, First Nations, municipal governments, and many community-based organizations with a role in housing, and-or social programs in Yukon.
The Down Payment Assistance Program allows qualifying Yukoners who have already saved a portion, to borrow the remaining amount required for a down payment to qualify for a mortgage to purchase a house, condominium or townhouse.
Yukon Housing Corporation’s suggested seasonal maintenance schedule is designed to help deal with the most common and manageable issues before they become larger, more expensive problems.
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