Yukon Liquor Corporation

Yukon Liquor Corporation

Social responsibility

Responsible Consumption

The Yukon Liquor Corporation is responsible for the purchase, distribution, and sale of liquor products in the Yukon. We want to ensure that our customers are well-educated about how to enjoy our products safely.

Click on the links below for more information about responsible use and other social responsibility programs:

Good mix image Entertaining Ideas
Planning a party? We have compiled a collection of hosting tips, drink recipes and information to help take some of the guesswork and stress out of planning your next great party.
2ID 19 + 2 ID [438.74 KB ]
Each May the Yukon Liquor Corporation and RCMP conduct a Yukon-wide identification blitz to help reduce the incidence of illegal underage drinking. Any person, in a licensed establishment, who appears to be under 25 needs to be able to provide at least two pieces of identification.
Warning Labels Alcohol Warning Labels [36.19 KB ]
This label is placed on every bottle sold in Yukon and states "WARNING Drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause birth defects." This initiative started in 1991.
SCAN SCAN SCAN - Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods [244.84 KB ] SCAN - Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods
The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) unit in Yukon supports safer communities by investigating and if necessary, shutting down properties that are regularly used for illegal activities.
CCSA's Low Risk Drinking Guidelines
Drinking is a personal choice. If you choose to drink, these guidelines can help you decide when, where, why and how.
Alcohol as we Age [162.01 KB ]
Did you know... alcohol affects us differently as we age? This pamphlet will help you understand what issues seniors needs to be aware of and help you identify whether you or someone you know might be at risk.
Women and Alcohol [718.38 KB ]
Series of articles written by Ann Dowsett Johnston, presented by Alcohol & Drug Services, Health & Social Services and YG. These articles explore why women use alcohol and what factors shape their view of normal drinking.
Moosecapades campaign The More You Drink, The Less You Think
The Yukon Liquor Corporation used humor to remind people to drink in moderation with its "Moosecapades" campaign.
Plan Ahead to Stay Safe Plan Ahead to Stay Safe [34.55 KB ]
Since 1995, the Yukon Liquor Corporation has provided funding for high school graduating classes throughout the Yukon to promote and support alcohol-free activities. The “Party Tips” brochure suggests ideas to help ensure students get home safe from parties and other graduation festivities.
Be Prepared to Talk to your Children About Drinking Be Prepared to Talk to your Children About Drinking
This publication is particularly helpful for parents, grandparents and care-givers of children between eight and 18 years old on how to discuss drinking and drinking related issues with their children.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is a charitable, grassroots organization that is committed to stopping impaired driving and supporting the victims of this violent crime.
Change the conversation (2015)
A national education program on impaired driving in Canada.
Need a taxi? Need a taxi? Call #TAXI [1545.49 KB ]
Presented in Association with Yukon Liquor Corporation and MADD.
Protect Yourself, Protect Your Drink (2010)
Leaving your drink unattended or unwatched for mere seconds can leave you vulnerable to being victimized. Make sure you are aware of defensive strategies you can use to help prevent you and your friends from becoming victims.