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AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek Statement on Indigenous Peoples Day 2022

Reflecting on where we have been and looking forward to the future.

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.

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Great connections made yesterday at the Council of Yukon First Nations Annual General Assembly on the traditional territories of Selkirk First Nation! It's always great to join together to discuss important regional issues and successes!Regional Chief Kluane Adamek shared several updates, including AFN National Updates, updates on various AFN Portfolios including: • #ClimateChange & #Environment 🌎• #WaterStewardship💦• #ModernTreaties 📜• The AFN Management Committee • Preparation for next week's AFN Annual General Assembly 🪶• The AFN National #Youth Council 🤝🏽• Regional Updates on the 2022-2024 AFN Yukon Strategic Plan and advancement of the YFN #ClimateAction work!#ayukonthatleads #NorthernLeadership #FirstNationsLeadership ... See MoreSee Less
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“As climate leaders, First Nations must have meaningful opportunities to shape the vision and approach of all climate action" - AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek Read the Assembly of First Nations/Assemblee des premieres Nations and Environment and Climate Change Canada Joint Committee on Climate Change's Report here: www.afn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/22-0013-JCCA-Annual-Report_Fe.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2h6bRWhs9uMLmH...“As climate leaders, #FirstNations must have meaningful opportunities to shape the vision & approach of all climate action," says Kluane Adamek about the AFN + Environnement Canada Joint Committee on Climate Change 2021 report, released today. www.afn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/22-0013-JCCA-Annual-Report_Fe.pdf #ClimateChange ... See MoreSee Less
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Adäka kicks off in two days! Have you registered for a workshop yet? Some ideas!📌 Indigenous participants can join the Intermediate Beading Earrings workshop with Tracey Simpson on Thursday, June 30 at 11am📌 Try your hand at Caribou / Moose Hair Fur Dyeing with Carmen Miller on Friday, July 1 at 12:30pm📌 Many more workshops to choose from below!Register for workshops here: bit.ly/3aHoEDD.Not currently featured on our workshop schedule is drop-in mural painting! Come help Northern Tutchone artist, Lianne Marie Leda Charlie, and Tlingit youth artist, Teya Rear, paint a mural. The mural image depicts Tutchone-speaking people helping each other as imagined by Dianne Smith, Kwanlin Dūn First Nation Elder. The mural will hang in CIRNAC's Client Services Office at the Elijah Smith Building on Main Street. ... See MoreSee Less
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