These programs for the private sector will get small and medium sized enterprises in Yukon growing and working together to improve our economy.
With these programs, the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce will create a business friendly community and a dynamic private sector. The Chamber has heard its members when they say "Do Something!" so these programs reflect what we are doing to cultivate our business sector. Together we will develop a healthy and expanding private sector.

Click on each program below to learn more!


Watch for upcoming Training and Development Opportunities for Fall/Winter 2022.

Interested in hosting a Business After Hours? 

The Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours provides an opportunity for all Chamber members to discuss and share ideas with other business leaders. Chamber members are welcome to host an event, either at their place of business or venue of choice, to showcase the excellent products and services that they have to offer. Members of smaller or similar business classifications are welcome to cohost an event providing an even larger opportunity to reach a wider audience. Events can be planned with a theme of choice and can include presentations, demonstrations and more! 

These events are the perfect opportunity to build new business relationships while strengthening well-established ones, all while conveniently fitting into your busy schedule. We welcome everyone to attend the Chamber’s popular networking event to learn more about what these local businesses have to offer and to strengthen the business community as a whole.

For more details please contact Project Coordinator, Kathleen Limpio, at [email protected] or call (867) 667-7545. 


Crime Prevention Initiative 
August 2022

Over the past several months, businesses have experienced a rising concern in property crime, theft and vandalism throughout our downtown core. The Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with key stakeholders, gathered to identify potential solutions to help mitigate the amount of property crime for all Whitehorse businesses. Key stakeholders included the City of Whitehorse, Yukon RCMP, First Nations and Territorial government representatives and Whitehorse business owners, aiming to develop a collective approach to creating a safer and secure community for all of Whitehorse.  

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