Yukon College Research Administration

This program involves activities relating to the ethical conduct of research involving human participants or the use of animals. There are additional details about these requirements on the Yukon College website. 

  • Research Ethics

Yukon College follows the research ethics standards established by the Tri-Council Policy Statement 2014.  All research involving human participants that is connected with Yukon College must be reviewed by the Yukon College Research Ethics Board (YCREB).

  • Animal Care Program

Yukon College is certified by the Canadian Council on Animal Care and therefore must adhere to the policy and guidelines of these program.

Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic (ReSDA) Program

ReSDA has a number of research projects that are completed or in progress.  They are organized in themes focused on sustainable regions, communities, cultures and environment.  The projects cover a wide range of topics including Impact Benefit Agreements (IBA's), community wellness, socio-economic indicators, labour mobility, resource royalties, sovereign wealth funds, gender relationships, subsistence economy and traditional knowledge. There is a full list of the projects with details on the ReSDA website at

Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada