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Welcome to Old Crow
Old Crow is the most northerly community in the Yukon Territory.  Situated on the banks of the Porcupine River, near to the spectacular Vuntut National Park, Old Crow is home to the self-governing Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, and the only Yukon community that cannot be accessed by road.  The people of Old Crow are visionary and creative and a balance of modern innovations with their traditional lifestyle is important to their community.
If you are thinking of living, working, starting a business or visiting Old Crow, we invite you to explore our Community Profile.  It provides information ranging from quality of life to economic opportunities, including statistical data, videos, photos and more.

Old Crow At a Glance

Population
245
Estimated number of residents (2011 Census)
Aboriginal Population
215
Total Aboriginal Identity Population (2011 National Household Survey)
Language
240
Knowledge of English Language only (2011 Census)
Average Income
N/A
Average income of private household (Data for this area has been suppressed for data quality or confidentiality reasons. 2011 National Household Survey)
Average House Price
$229,159
Average value of single-family dwelling (Data for this area has been suppressed for data quality or confidentiality reasons. 2011 National Household Survey)
Median Population Age
35
Population by Age Group (2011 Census)
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