The Yukon Gold Explorer’s Passport Contest is a unique way to get to know the Yukon's rich history and culture by visiting Yukon museums, cultural centres, interpretive centres, and heritage attractions. It’s also your chance to win genuine Klondike placer gold!
The 2018 contest begins June 1 and entries must be received by August 31.
How to play
Get Your Passport Booklet
Pick up your Yukon Gold Explorer's Passport Booklet from any Yukon Visitor Information Centre. The booklet contains a list of participating museums, cultural centres, interpretive centres, and heritage attractions throughout the Yukon.
Each time you visit a participating site offering a stamp, give your passport to an Employee at the site and they will affix the official stamp for that site in your passport. For locations with a number posted, record the number yourself in the booklet.
Enter To Win
Present your booklet to an employee at any Yukon Visitor Information Centre or participating site offering a stamp. If you've visited 10 or more sites, you will receive a collectable pin.
Visit 20 or more sites for a chance to win 2 troy ounces of Klondike placer gold.
Visit 10 or more sites for a chance to win 1 troy ounce of Klondike placer gold.
Visit the four featured sites (Binet House Interpretive Centre, Campbell Region Interpretive Centre, Keno City Mining Museum, and John Tizya Centre) to enter on-site draws for 1/2 troy ounce of Klondike placer gold.
2017 Prize Winners
Grand prize of 2 ounces of gold:
Shane Rollins (Yukon)
Second prize of 1 ounce of gold:
Don Koch (Alberta)
Melanie Leclair (Alberta)
Lyne Perron (Quebec)
Vicky Payne (Alberta)
Pat Fox (Alberta)
Karen VanGelder (Washington)
Noah d’Entremont (Ontario)
Chris Green (Alberta)
Rebecca Keeney (California)
Lawrence Wearden (Alberta)
David Butes (British Columbia)
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