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AFN Yukon Regional Chief Adamek Statement on 2022 Federal Budget

AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek expresses a mixed reaction to Budget 2022

The AFN Yukon Region is Hiring!

The AFN Yukon Region is hiring a Senior Executive Coordinator.

AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek stands with the Vatican delegation advocating for Papal apology in honour of residential school survivors

Assembly of First Nations delegation to the Vatican is a critical step on the path to the truth.

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2 days ago

AFN Yukon Region
Save the date and register today for the #afnaga2022! 📅Happening July 5-7 virtually or in-person on the Traditional and Unceded Territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.Join AFN and #FirstNations leadership in-person or online, July 5-7 as they as they discuss and deliberate priorities and action for #WalkingTheHealingPath Register today: meetings.afn.ca/Meeting/Register/47bb511e-cfe5-45c6-83db-f41dd632eef2#AFNAGA2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

AFN Yukon Region
Regional Chief Kluane Adamek was thrilled to join these amazing Young Diplomats of Canada - Jeunes diplomates du Canada UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Delegation for a virtual chat and hangout! Thank you to Sarah Bérubé (YDC staff) and to each of the delegates Taylor Behn-Tsakoza (Fort Nelson First Nation), Cassandra Carlson (Wauzhushk Onigum), Nipâwi Kakinoosit (Sucker Creek Cree First Nation), Paloma Griffin, and Sarah Hanson (Biigtigong Nishnaabeg) for their leadership, strong voices, and incredible display of #youththatlead 👏🏽 🙌🏽ICYMI: Back in April, the delegates delivered an oral statement to the #unpermanentforum where they called for #IndigenousYouth around the globe to be given opportunities to contribute as active participants in the international work being done by the Forum🌍⚖️Watch the speech here: www.facebook.com/100000377651605/posts/5227093147313222/?d=n// To learn more about the delegates, visit youngdiplomats.ca/media-2/2022-unpfii-announcement #firstnationslead #youthleadership #firstnationsyouth #UNPF ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

AFN Yukon Region
#WELLNESSWEDNESDAY Yukon First Nations have rich cultures and traditions. For some, learning and practicing #traditionaldancing is a favourite way to keep customs and traditions alive while also doing something active. Dancing is good for the body and the soul! In sharing the traditional dances of the ancestors, there is also opportunity to share the music, drumming, beautiful art and clothing with the world and with each other. This summer, there will be several opportunities to attend and enjoy world-class gatherings and festivals where traditional dance, music and art will be showcased! Don’t miss them!#WellnessWednesday #AYukonThatLeads #Tradition #TraditionalDance #SoulFood ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

AFN Yukon Region
Join us for ☕️ tomorrow morning for #CoffeeWithKluane on CHON FM! ☀️ 🎙 Where we will be having more brave conversations about #art #culture #connection ! Regional Chief Kluane Adamek will be joined by guests Adeline Webber, Katie Johnson and Charlene Alexander from the Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association!Thank you to all those who continue to share, teach inspire us through #art, #culture, #traditionalpractices, #healing, and #communityleadership! @chonfm Tuesday May 17 2022, 9:00am YT, 11:00am ET 💻 www.chonfm.com/player/ 📻 98.1 FM Whitehorse, 90.5 FM in Communities! ☕️PS. Tune in for your chance to win a #BeanNorth #kluanesunrise gift basket! #radio #interview #yukon #yukonlife #whitehorse #chonfm #firstnations #afnyukon #afnyr #yukonregion ... See MoreSee Less
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