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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 …

AFN Yukon Annual Report 2019

AFN Yukon 2019 Annual Report ‘A Yukon That Leads’ Click here to see the full AFN Annual Report

AFN Yukon Regional Chief Adamek Welcomes Senate Voting in Support of Bill C-69

  Regional Chief Adamek welcomes the Senate voting in support of Bill C-69’s references to Indigenous rights, climate change, and sustainability; as well as to explicitly include Indigenous women.   Regional Chief Adamek states “As projects undergo assessment and review, it is critical to include First Nations at every stage of the process, especially when it comes to …

AFN Yukon Regional Chief Kluane Adamek Encourages Yukoners and all Canadians to join National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebrations

  AFN Regional Chief Kluane Adamek called on Yukoners and all Canadians to participate in celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st. National Indigenous Peoples Day is an important occasion to demonstrate respect and appreciation for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation cultures, languages and history, and to recognize their rightful place in this …

AFN Yukon Regional Chief calls on Canadians to stop, reflect, listen and stand with Indigenous Families as the National Inquiry into MMIWG issues its Final Report

    AFN Yukon Regional Chief calls on Canadians to stop, reflect, listen and stand with Indigenous Families as the National Inquiry into MMIWG issues its Final Report Whitehorse, Yukon – (Whitehorse, Yukon) On the day that the Commissioners of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) released their final …