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Whitehorse, Yukon – Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek and the AFN Yukon Region welcome the federal

2020 AFN Yukon Leadership Award Winners Announced

Whitehorse, Yukon – The AFN Yukon Region Award Selection Committee, including the AFN Yukon Women, Y

Press Release – Regional Chief Adamek calls for sanctions for out-of-territory travellers who unjustly put White River First Nation and the Yukon Region at risk.

Regional Chief Adamek calls for sanctions for out-of-territory travellers who unjustly put White Riv

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Thank you Old Crow for taking part in last Friday's vaccine clinic! Almost 80% of eligible residents got vaccinated against COVID-19 ... See MoreSee Less

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AFN Yukon Region

On Friday, January 29, KDFN students (grades K-12) started to receive their laptops, provided by Kwanlin Dun First Nation and the Government of Yukon, for education.

House of Learning Staff, Chief Doris Bill, and Councillor Rosemary Waugh-Wilson handed out the computers.

If you signed up your child and haven’t picked up their computer yet, a CELC will contact you to advise next pick up time and date.

If you have not signed up, 2 forms are required: a permission form and a laptop application. Only those students attending school in Yukon and who were enrolled with the KDFN Citizenship Office before October 1, 2020 are eligible.

Visit KDFN's website for the application form: bit.ly/3awoqve

Have fun learning!
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#AYukonThatLeadsIn 1973, a delegation of Yukon First Nation leaders travelled to Ottawa to present Together Today for our Children Tomorrow.

Each year, we celebrate its anniversary of the document that laid the path for the 11 Yukon First Nation Final and Self-Government Agreements we have today. Throughout the month, we'll be sharing interesting facts, archival footage and messages from Yukon First Nation leaders on the importance of the document.

We want to celebrate with you, please share photos, memories or stories you have about Together Today for our Children Tomorrow.
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