Ibex Valley, Yukon

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Alaska Highway through Ibex Valley

Ibex Valley is a hamlet in Canada's Yukon. The hamlet is considered a local advisory area with an advisory council providing local government.[1] Its population in 2001 according to the Canada 2001 Census was 315.

Geography[edit]

Ibex Valley comprises residential areas along the Alaska Highway immediately outside the Whitehorse city limits as far as approximately historical mile 945, as well as a small number of sideroads, including a five-mile loop of the original Alaska Highway alignment from Mile 929 to 934. The hamlet is part of the Whitehorse Census Agglomeration.

Demographics[edit]

Seventy percent of the population is non-aboriginal. Ibex Valley has a volunteer fire department. While most residents work in Whitehorse, some residents are engaged in agriculture or wilderness tourism activities.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yukon Local Government Directory" (PDF). Government of Yukon. March 2014. Retrieved April 15, 2014.

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Coordinates: 60°50′42″N 135°38′18″W / 60.84500°N 135.63833°W / 60.84500; -135.63833 (Ibex Valley)