The collection includes literacy sessions, language lessons and storybooks that have been created and collected over the past 30 years!
June 19, 2018 was a historic day in the Yukon. The Kwanlin Dün First Nation, Ta’an Kwäch’än Council, and the City of Whitehorse signed a Declaration of Commitment document, the first of its kind in the territory. Click here to view the news release for the Moving Forward Together event
Yukon Rookie League Welcome Celebration on Friday June 22, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at the KDFN Baseball Diamond! Click here to view the article ‘Kwanlin Dün’s baseball diamond to get makeover after Blue Jay charity donates thousands’ Click here to view KDFN’s full news release
Three First Nations Governments are signing an agreement for a common Indigenous Land Use Planning. Please click here to view the release
Kwanlin Dün First Nation Chief Doris Bill and Council of Yukon First Nations Grand Chief Peter Johnston spoke with the media and cited concerns about Yukon’s criminal justice system.
“The security and safety of our community is a priority for our citizens and Kwanlin Dün leadership…
Kwanlin Dün government, staff, and citizens are championing lateral violence awareness and facing it head on.
On Wednesday May 17, Kwanlin Dün received a Community Safety Award for Outstanding Program from the Government of Yukon.
Thirteen graduates completed a five-week course and were awarded Associate Certificates in Community Safety from the Justice Institute of British Columbia.
Congratulations to the whole Dusk’a Head Start Family Learning Centre team!