Did any of your ancestors go to the Yukon to look for gold in the Klondike Gold Rush, or once lived in Dawson City? If so, then the Yukon Genealogy website is the place you should look.
They have many databases onsite, such as the Dawson City Museum "Pan for Gold" Database, for example.
This database contains records of people travelling in the Klondike, death records, and people involved in the placer mining applications.
Other databases include the Yukon Residents Database (1894-1958); Pioneer Cemetery (1900-1965); Grey Mountain Cemetery (1960-1976); Yukon News Obituary Index (1966-2000); Deaths and Burials of the Yukon River Basin (1887-2007); Francophone Yukoners; Sourdough Air Display, 1971-2006; and Yukon Barristers Roll.
To gain access to all of these databases, go to www.yukongenealogy.com/content/ykgen_db.htm.