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A shared space for Northern changemakers, innovators, and makers

Yukonstruct Society is a non-profit organization driven by a vibrant community of makers, entrepreneurs, creators, innovators, and leaders. Yukonstruct is proud to manage the first community innovation hub North of 60 in Canada, NorthLight Innovation. Yukonstruct is driven by its mandate to support Yukoners in bringing their ideas to life, through access to shared resources, space, and knowledge. To do this we run a shared coworking space, a makerspace and offer programming to help Yukon entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses.

At NorthLight Innovation, you’ll find a bright and vibrant co-working space where the coffee is always hot and the internet is fast! You’ll also find a full woodshop, metal shop, digital fabrication space, a hackerspace and so much more. We have the tools to help you bring anything you’re dreaming up to life. You’ll also find YukonU’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship team, and so many other partners and members. Come in for a tour, we’d love to have you join our community.

Cospace

The Yukon’s Co-working Space. The meeting point for Yukon’s entrepreneurial community to work and collaborate. Whether you need a desk or an office, we provide the space you need and the community to flourish with.

Makespace

The first makerspace north of 60. The place where the Yukon’s Maker Community comes together to learn, build and make things . . . happen.

StartUp Support

We help early-stage entrepreneurs make waves in the Yukon and beyond. Our entrepreneurial support services connect you with information, resources, programs, events, and a vibrant and innovative community that will help take your ambitions to the next level!

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Meet

Find support, inspiration, and community.

Join our community to connect with like-minded folks. Our Cospace community hosts a diverse group of professionals at all stages of their careers. Our community is lively, engaged, and supportive.

Make cool things, and learn new skills.

Our maker community boasts makers in all stages of skill development, making fertile ground for learning new skills and tackling projects from various vantage points. If you want to make things, this is the place for you.

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Grow

Take your ideas to the next level.

Bring your ideas or business to us and let’s see how far they can go. Our entrepreneurial support services are here to help you explore and advance your ideas to make them a reality and to provide the tools you need to move forward with your potential.

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Meet

Find support, inspiration, and community.

Join our community to connect with like-minded folks. Our Cospace community hosts a diverse group of professionals at all stages of their careers. Our community is lively, engaged, and supportive.

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Make

Make cool things, and learn new skills.

Our maker community boasts makers in all stages of skill development, making fertile ground for learning new skills and tackling projects from various vantage points. If you want to make things, this is the place for you.

redd-5U_28ojjgms-unsplash

Grow

Take your ideas to the next level.

Bring your ideas or business to us and let’s see how far they can go. Our entrepreneurial support services are here to help you explore and advance your ideas to make them a reality and to provide the

Book a tour to see our spaces and feel your potential activated!

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