Travel Yukon makes northern lights more accessible to people with colour blindness


Vivid skies of the Yukon have captivated people for centuries with northern lights, and the stunning natural phenomenon is about to become even more accessible. 

Travel Yukon has partnered with EnChroma, an American company that makes glasses to help people who have vision deficiency, see the entire rainbow of colours. The unique collaboration is offering travellers with colour blindness the chance to borrow a pair of glasses to fully witness the northern lights. 

Robin Anderson, the global marketing manager at Travel Yukon, told CBC News that the initiative is part of a development and barrier-free strategy to make the territory more accessible and inclusive. 

“If you haven’t seen pink, or turquoise, or green, how do

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