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|Republic of Yukon|
|Official languages||English, French|
|President||Geraldine Van Bibber|
|Confederation||Septmeber 26th, 1988|
|Total||482,443 sq km (186,272 sq mi)|
|Land||474,391 sq km (183,163 sq mi)|
|Water (%)||8052 sq km (3,109 sq mi) (1.7%)|
|Total (2009)||33,442 (est.)|
|Density||0.065 /sq km (0.17 /sq mi)|
|Total (2006)||C$1.596 billion|
|Per capita||C$51,154 (3rd)|
|Postal code prefix||Y|
The Yukon Territory managed to avoid getting hit on Doomsday. The isolated nature of the territory meant that the effects were not felt for some time.
Communist Revolution and Counter-Revolution
As the reality of Doomsday began to sink in, members of the Communist Party of Canada launched a coup in March 1984. The Communists imposed a harsh regime, implementing collectivism, rationing and curtailing political freedoms. At first, the measures brought temporary relief. As time went on, however, the people of Yukon-who were used to free-market democracy - began to tire of the Communists' repressive government. In addition, many people did not want to live under the rule of the ideology that contributed to Doomsday. In September 1988, the people of Yukon revolted against the Communists. Democracy was restored, and the constitution of the Republic of Yukon was drawn up.
Yukon has a 1000 men army for protection and seven ships.
33,442 people live in Yukon which is the same as the OT.
Yukon maintains a strict isolationist stance in foreign affairs. Standards of living are downright spartan by pre-Doomsday terms, and self-sufficiency is a large part of the social fabric.