House of Learning in-person meetings

Currently our building is closed to the public. What supports are offered at this time? Staff are available to meet citizens in-person to provide services and support! Book your appointment ahead of time and call 633-8422 School Age Education ext. 502 Post Secondary Education ext. 512 Employment and Training ext. 516 Resume and Job Search…

Laptops for students (K-12)

Due to the growing need for computers at home, the Government of Yukon and Kwanlin Dün First Nation (KDFN) have partnered to purchase laptop computers for students in Kindergarten to Grade 12. To be eligible, the student must be: enrolled as a citizen with the KDFN Citizenship Office by October 1, 2020; and attending a…

We’re still looking for citizens to sit on school council

We’re still looking for citizens to sit on school council Put your name forward to become a representative: Kwanlin Dün First Nation (KDFN) is seeking Expressions of Interest for KDFN Representatives on Yukon School Councils.   Your participation counts! School Councils take on important responsibilities, such as: reviewing and developing school-based policies; supporting school growth…

Elk/Agriculture Conflict Hunt Permits

KDFN has been allocated 3 Elk/Agriculture Conflict Hunt Permits for the 2020-21 Season. ELIGIBILITY: You can enter the lottery for one of these permits if you: -are a KDFN Citizen; -are over 16 years of age; -were unsuccessful in the Permit Hunt Authorization draw; -did not receive an Elk/Agriculture Conflict Hunt Permit in the past;…

Community Services Update

COVID-19 has many Canadians doing more home renovations resulting in a shortage of materials from suppliers. Community Services wishes to advise this shortage will create delays in KDFN housing maintenance for the unforeseeable future. Orders of necessary materials such as doors, windows and plywood are taking up to 8 weeks to arrive in Yukon.

Safe at Home News Release

The Safe at Home Progress Report highlights the momentum towards ending and preventing homelessness across Whitehorse between 2017 and March 2020.   The report shows progress and action on the goals and priorities identified in the original Safe at Home community-based plan to end and prevent homelessness, which was endorsed by four government partners, the…