Drop-In mental wellness counselling location update! Drop-ins on Mondays will now take place at 405 Ogilvie St. from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays will still take place at Natsékhi Kų̀ Health Centre from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Hey KDFN! Over the next few months we’re answering all of your questions about land. Today, we’re talking about Historical Submissions. Questions? Call: Neil McGrath at 867-335-3695.
To be added to the list of qualified bidders and be notified of upcoming opportunities, please contact Community Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 867-633-7833.
Don’t forget! Tomorrow is community beading night! Join us at the Justice department in the Kashgêk’ building, 35 McIntyre Dr. 5 to 9 p.m. Please bring your own projects and supplies. Limited supplies available for those who need them.
KDFN Youth! Porter Creek Secondary School is exploring ways to increase inclusion for Indigenous and all students in the school. Share your thoughts with us! Join us Monday, February 26, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., at Kenädän Kų̀ – House of Learning. There will be snacks!
Shä̀w níthän, másin cho, gunałchÎsh, and thank you for your understanding.
Please phone or text Nadine at 867-332-1744 with any questions or to register!
Check out the experiences available at www.skyhighwilderness.com
KDFN Citizen and artist Teagyn Vallevand was recently a part of the Kluane Lake Artists Residency. By: Olivia Gatensby You may know Teagyn Vallevand from her many projects around the Yukon, such as her work with Youth For Lateral Kindness – a joint project between herself and Aurora Hardy to address the effects of lateral…
Shä̀w níthän, másin cho, gunałchÎsh, and thank you to everyone who came out to the Elders tea and bannock at Elijah Smith Elementary School. “It’s amazing. It’s great. I think this is wonderful,” says Gary Bailie as he enjoys a cup of tea. Now that he’s an Elder, he likes to tell people “you don’t…