The Yukon Progressive Conservative Party (in French: Parti progressiste-conservateur du Yukon) is a conservative political party in the Yukon Territory of Canada. It was previously known as the Yukon Party (in French: Parti du Yukon).
The Yukon Progressive Conservative Party was founded in 1978 with Hilda Watson as its first leader. Watson had been a member of the territorial Legislative Council since 1970, and became the first woman in Canadian history to lead a political party into a general election. However, she was unable to win a seat in the 1978 election, and consequently resigned. Chris Pearson became leader of the party as well as the government.