Yukon Courts

Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal for Yukon hears appeals of decisions made by the Territorial Court and the Supreme Court of Yukon in civil and criminal matters.

Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Yukon is the highest trial court in the territory, with broad jurisdiction to try a wide range of civil and serious criminal matters.

Territorial Court

The Territorial Court deals with most adult criminal prosecutions under the Criminal Code and other federal statutes. The Territorial Court also hears all young offender matters and prosecutions under territorial laws.

Small Claims Court

The Small Claims Court hears civil cases in which the amount of money or the value of personal property being claimed is $25,000 or less.

Federal Court

The Federal Court reviews decisions of all federal boards, commissions or other tribunals, and hears cases where federal legislation provides for the right of appeal or review in the Court. The Court hears both criminal and civil cases.



Public Information & Services

Go to the Court Services website for answers to questions about:

  • Fine payment
  • Jury duty
  • Child support
  • Filing for divorce

Go to the Law Society of the Yukon for answers to questions about:

  • Finding a laywer

Go to the Yukon Legal Services Society for answers to questions about:

  • Legal Aid

If you can't find what you need here, you can submit an online request for information.

You may also contact us at the following:

Yukon Courts
2134 Second Avenue (ground floor)
Whitehorse, YT   Y1A 5H6

Email address: courtservices@gov.yk.ca