Showcases Yukon art, First Nations arts and crafts, and fine gifts produced by Canadian artisans. We represent Yukon artists who work in a variety of media.
Yukon/Northern-themed children’s books that follow Clever Raven and Sly Old Fox on adventures filled with learning!
Handcrafted blown glass by expert artisans in our earth-friendly, community-building, joy-inducing glassblowing facility.
Located in Dakwäkäda (Haines Junction) Da Kų (Our House) celebrates the culture of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations Dän (people).
Polymer clay art and jewellery in striking colours using the ancient Italian technique of millefiori canework.
Come find the right equipment and clothing for your next adventure at the most complete outdoor store in the north.
We craft coffee like they used to. Traditional style coffee Fire Roasted in small bathes. Freshly roasted from our fire to your mug. Wake up and GET STOKED with us!”
Fresh, natural and simply made products using a wide range of locally foraged ingredients. Making things wild since 2010.
Acrylics and oils with a sense for melodrama. Natalie Parenteau’s art is easily recognizable and is collected all over the world.
Home decor with a purpose including a variety of handmade products for the garden, for organization, DIY kits and eco-friendly reusables.
Twisted Gourmet, Wild Yukon Flavours! Small batch artisanal seasonings and side dishes, featuring locally grown and wild foraged ingredients.
Sprucetip Mustard made from whole grain yellow, brown and black mustard seeds and Yukon harvested Sprucetips
The Boreal Herbal: Wild Food and Medicine Plants of the North is an indispensable guide to identifying and using northern plants for food and medicine.
Custom design and printing on T-shirts, hoodies, hats, mugs, canvases, decals, engraving, and signage.
Original artwork and illustrations in watercolour & ink or acrylic paints. Art on art cards, giclée prints, magnets and more.
Handcrafted sterling silver, bronze and glass enamel art jewelry using traditional metalsmithing and enameling techniques
A Yukon made variety from jams, honey and birch syrup to handicrafts, clothing, jewelry, art, prints, & photography.
Yukon Wild Boreal Herbs, trees and berries handcrafted into teas, creams, ointments, oils and body-care. Formulated by Herbalist, Beverley Gray.
A thoughtfully curated shop of colourful and fun items including jewellery, clothing and Indigenous wearable art.
Custom printed Yukon and Aurora photos on colour changing mugs, cutting boards, puzzles, blankets, masks and more.
Spectacular shots of breathtaking environments and mesmerizing creatures from across the Yukon and other exotic destinations.
The perfect cold weather anorak made in the land of 6-month winter. You don’t just wear a winter jacket, you have a relationship with one.
Artisan confections such as French-style nougats, handcrafted in small batches using organic ingredients.
Crystal Infused Aromatherapy and vibrational energy products: mists, crystal soaps, bath salts, mindfulness gemstone jewelry.
Custom and instock fleece garments and accessories made for the Yukon cold. Stretch fleece is a specialty.
We were taught the importance of the land and ways it can be utilized. We chose to create from antler, copper and hides to share with you.
Coffee as wild and full of character as the place it is roasted. Off the grid in the boreal forest with a solar powered Wood-fire roastery.
Small batch soap and body care products inspired by the beautiful world around us infused with natural ingredients, scent and spirit.
Yukon inspired CNC Plasma Metal Art cut into Fire-pits, firewood holders, signs, key holders, paper towel, shelf brackets and custom orders!
DIY sock monkeys kits and hand sewn sock animals and characters. Custom orders available upon request. When Life Socks, Make Monkeys
Hand dyed yarn. 100% wool and ethically sourced, Inspired by life in Canada's Yukon Territory. Snag some of my yarny goodness.
A small atelier with easy to wear minimalistic garments and more designed, cut and sewn in Dawson City using sustainable material.
Art cards, limited edition prints and T-shirts that locate the tension between fantasy and reality of northern life.
From a birch stand in central Yukon. Birch syrup is darker, stronger and richer tasting and a great ingredient in sweet and savoury dishes.
Wood transfer prints using artist Erin Holm's photography. 10% of every sale goes to western Canadian cancer patient lodges in memory of her late father, Dennis.
Calming Birch Serum is clinically proven, sustainably harvested, and produced locally in Dawson City.
3D printing, custom design, design consultation, design, printer installation, printing education and printer maintenance.
Small-batch, handcrafted cocktail bitters, tonic syrups, and shrubs using Yukon grown and wild, foraged ingredients.
Beanie hats featuring pom poms of ethically harvested fur from traditional teachings. From our family trapline in the Yukon
YFN Arts is a one-stop destination that celebrates art made by Indigenous artists living in Yukon Territory.
Hand made artisan soap and handwoven products crafted in March Lake. “I just want to make pretty things, even if nobody notices”
Art for the love of northern nature with a twist of surrealism. One of a kind sculptural paintings representing Yukon scenery.
Rambles Kitchen, Home and Gifts is Whitehorse’s premier store for quality linens, kitchenware, home decor, and gift items.
Grown from the Heart bath and beauty products from farm grown and wild botanicals. Preserves available locally.
Northern symbolism and symbols that are close to the heart. These are created using silver, gold, copper, pewter and recycled metals.
A passion for co-creating people's dreams in hand-sculpted Polymer Clay. Plants, pots, or Jewelry, if you have an idea get in touch.
Hand-made jewelry and accessories of Indigenous-sourced Wild Yukon Furs; lynx, wolf, wolverine, marten, muskrat, fox, and beaver.
Yukon dog treats with organic, natural, and locally sourced ingredients. We want a healthy treat for every dog to enjoy.
'Cabins of the Yukon' is a visual journey through the rich tradition of cabins in the North, both old and new.