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COVID-19 AFN Bulletins & Fact Sheets

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COVID-19 AFN Yukon Updates

  AFN Yukon COVID-19 Memo – Travel Directive AFN Yukon Region, COVID-19 Update, AFN National Office Travel Directive AFN Yukon COVID-19 Memo  – Federal & Territorial Updates AFN Yukon Region, COVID-19 Update, March. 16. 2020

AFN’s National Climate Gathering a Successful Dialogue with First Nations Leadership, Elders and Youth Aimed at Taking Action on the Climate Crisis

  March 4, 2020   (Whitehorse, YT) – The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) hosted a successful National Climate Gathering in Whitehorse, YT, that brought together over 380 First Nations leaders, Elders, women and youth to discuss First Nations-led solutions to address the Climate Crisis.   “First Nations from across the country are showing their …

AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek Statement on Speech from the Throne

  [Ottawa, Ontario – December 6th, 2019] – AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek released the following statement on yesterday’s Speech from the Throne. “I am pleased to see Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and climate change forming part of Prime Minister Trudeau’s core priorities. Reconciliation has different meanings for different people, and, for Indigenous peoples, …

AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek Statement on the Federal Cabinet Announcement

  The AFN Yukon Region is committed to building collaborative relationships with both returning and new Cabinet Ministers and Members of Parliament. We will continue to advance Yukon First Nations rights and interests and work together to advance joint priorities and build upon the momentum over the past 4 years. It is critical we move …