Click on the links below to view the Questions for Candidates and the MLA Report card.

Who are we?

We are a broad-based coalition of Yukon people and organizations that is deeply concerned about the effects of the proliferation of ATV’s and their use in the wild lands of the Yukon. Many of us either own or have used ATV’s ourselves and recognize the right of owners and enthusiasts to use these machines in legitimate and sustainable ways, be it for hunting, work, wilderness exploration, or just plain recreational joy.

We base all our efforts on the values of responsibility, wise stewardship and the desire to leave a legacy for the next generation of a pristine wilderness environment.

Our goals are:

  1. Designated ATV trails in the Yukon wilderness
  2. ATV legislation
  3. Effective enforcement
  4. Education

Specific concerns include:

1.    Damage to fragile alpine and wetlands
2.    Harassment, disturbance and displacement of wildlife
3.    Over-harvest in accessed areas
4.    Cutting of new trails


ATV REGULATIONS SURVEY RESULTS - posted January 14, 2016

Online ATV Regulations Survey

In support of the Yukon Government's efforts to consult with Yukon people before developing Regulations to manage ATV's, TOYA created a more user-accessible format and survey document which was made available to the public on the TOYA website. The results of this survey are contained in the following summary. For full disclosure of the raw data and comments made by the public and submitted by TOYA to the Yukon Government, see the Excel attachment below:

Summary of Results of TOYA ATV Regulation Consultation Document (pdf)

Excel Document Containing All Responses to the Online Survey (xlsx)

ATV Access Effects on Moose Population

 Biologist Shawn Taylor with Environment Yukon believes that the decline in past years of moose populations could be attributed to hunters who were able to get to moose pastures, miles from roads or trails, with all terrain vehicles.


ATV Legislation Questions: April 18, 2016

Transcript of an exchange between Jim Tredger, Yukon NDP MLA for Mayo-Tatchun and Minister Scott Kent,  Energy, Mines and Resources and  Highways and Public Works in the Yukon Legislature April 18, 2016.

ATV Questions in Legislature Mon.April 18, 2016.