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Lot 226 Clean-Up - Please remove vehicles IMMEDIATELY June 15th 2017

NOTICE – Many KDFN citizens have left vehicles and other mechanical machines on Lot 226, for repairs. We want to notify anyone who has vehicles or other machinery on this lot to arrange for repairs immediately or to remove your vehicles immediately.

KDFN is not responsible for any citizen vehicles still left on the property once the clean-up begins. ALL auto wrecks, machinery and debris will be removed during the clean-up. The clean-up will begin on Monday, June…

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YOUTH - Join the Chief’s Youth Advisory Committee May 24th 2017

Kwanlin Dün is in the process of establishing a Youth Advisory Committee to the Chief. The Youth Advisory Committee would meet regularly and provide advice to the Chief on current issues.

If you are a KDFN Youth and you are interested in becoming a committee member, and for more information please contact Eileen Duchesne at (867) 633-7800 ext. 105 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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KDFN Receives Community Safety Award May 19th 2017

On Wednesday May 17, Kwanlin Dün received a Community Safety Award for Outstanding Program from the Government of Yukon. Chief Bill delivered a speech about the Kwanlin Dün Community Safety Initiative and Elias Park, Community Safety and Security Development Officer accepted the award on behalf of Kwanlin Dün Department of Justice.

Thanks to Health, Community Services, all government departments and citizens for your involvement and contributions toward the broad Community Safety Initiative.…

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VIDEO - Creating a Workshop on Lateral Violence May 19th 2017

Kwanlin Dün government, staff, and citizens are championing lateral violence awareness and facing it head on. In 2016, the V2K (Violence to Kindness) Warriors developed a youth lateral violence workshop. They facilitated 3 workshops for various youth audiences in the Yukon.

The group consisted of Kuduat Shorty-Heynu, Marlon “Riel” Scarf, Isabel Walker, Jordan Vallevand, Aurora Hardy and Teagyn Vallevand. The support staff included Marilyn Jensen, Thomas…

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