Yukon-Alaska-British Columbia Region
The longest river in Yukon and Alaska with a watershed that stretches as far south as British Columbia, the 3,190 km (1,980 mile) long Yukon River is a vital watercourse for indigenous communities,
On this page you will find a listing of all the transboundary (those which cross) and boundary (those that form) waters along the Canada-U.S. border with a summary of IJC activities.
The following maps depict the key transboundary basins shared between Canada and the US. Wherever applicable, links to webpages of active IJC boards working in these watersheds are also included. Note that the Health Professionals Advisory Board does not appear under any watersheds because its work is not tied to any one specific watershed.