Welcome to NVD

Committed to creating strong returns for investors while making a major positive impact in the northern communities in which we build.

River’s Reach II

Unparalleled waterfront condominium
lifestyle in a natural, urban setting

Buy. Lease. Build

With a wide variety of top calibre properties, we have the perfect space for your home, your business and your future.

About NVD

Northern Vision Development LP (NVD) was formed in 2004 with a mandate to acquire income producing property and raw lands in Canada’s Yukon Territory, with an expectation that macro-economic drivers would cause value increases and opportunities over the partnerships 7 to 10 year life. Continue Reading »

News & Events

NVD is on the move!

As of May 20th, we will be moving to Waterfront Station. Our new address will be Suite 200 - 2237 Second Avenue, Whitehorse, YT, Y1A 0K7. Looking forward to seeing you in our new space.

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NVD CEO Rich Thompson receives the Arctic Innovators Award

The Yukon First Nations Chamber of Commerce, the host of the 4th Annual Arctic Indigenous Investment Conference (AIIC), announced the winners of this year’s AIIC Awards, presented virtually from Whitehorse. Amongst the recipients was our very own Rich Thompson who...

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Office Move Notification

Sourtoe Cocktail poker chips from Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall in @VisitDawsonCity also make excellent ball markers on the golf course!
@VictoriaGold Every Student, Every Day fundraiser golf tournament. #sourtoecocktail #exploreyukon https://t.co/imLB0k8kFw
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Yukon to lift restrictions on travel and indoor gatherings as vaccination rates climb https://t.co/dXpRAa8tGm

On Aug. 9, fully vaccinated Americans (living in the US), will be able to travel to Canada for non-essential travel. On Sept. 7, this will be extended to other countries. This is a positive step for the recovery of Canadian tourism.  https://t.co/P94eHZBsuN https://t.co/4mBnxGRGh7 nvdyukon photo

TIA #Yukon offers daily shuttle service for sandbagging volunteers https://t.co/ZwYmhtXydg

#TBT Madge Gillespie, daughter of Fred Caley standing in front of the infamous neon sign at Caley's- the first of it's kind in Dawson City.

The sign has been donated to the Dawson City Museum

Thank you to Rick Gillespie for the photo!

#VisitDawsonCity #ExploreYourYukon https://t.co/J8YZ0a8AGr
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