The Franco-Yukon community is known for its dynamism and vitality. It is an integral part of the Yukon community and is growing continuously.

According to the Statistics Canada 2011 census, the Yukon has a population of 33,897.

More than 4,500 Yukoners speak French, accounting for 13% of the territory’s population, compared to 11.8% in 2006.

Of that number, 1,630 Francophones have French as their mother tongue, representing 4.8% of the Yukon population.

The Yukon is the third most bilingual region in Canada, after Quebec and New Brunswick.