🏹 SSDIC funded this Archery Workshop in the town of Teslin, home to the Teslin Inland Tlingit First Nation. The program was instructed by Jose Martinez Amoedo, who has been known for his exceptional craftsmanship throughout North America 🗣 🙌🏽 The participants were taught how to make a plains style quiver out of hide and on the second day, how to make arrows. They were also taught on how to safely and responsibly hunt big and small animals, with a bow and arrow 🦌
Kiiwaadin Swan, 16, is a talented Gwich’in youth, who has been playing basketball since grade six. The basketball Head Coach, Colin Teramura, who has returned for a second time, being a NAIG Head Coach, referred to him and his team mates as “Living and Breathing Basketball”.
Over 5000$ raised for Multiple Sclerosis fundraiser. By Jamie Lee Roberts. Video by the community of Mackenzie, BC, edited by Shakat Media. This inspiring story was submitted by a Mackenzie B.C. youth Graham Burrows, age 27. Earlier this year he started a fundraiser to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis. MS is currently […]
Chinese New Year 2020 – Year of the Rat By Julien Latraverse Video by Agnieszka Pajor Chinese New Year gathered around 250 people this Sunday at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. Dangling Chinese lanterns from the ceiling and women wearing a cheongsam, also called a qipao, a traditional Chinese long dress made of silk – […]
She/Ze Leads the World – Yukon Women’s Leadership Summit interview with Tracy Themes By, Melia Hudgin & Jamie Lee Roberts I’m Tracy themes and I am a co-founder of Sophia Financial Group, which is a feminist financial advisory firm in Vancouver, BC. I’m actually a Financial Advisor, so that means that I am one of […]
She/Ze Leads the World, A Summit for Women leaders in the North By, Melia Hudgin Introduce yourself and what you do: I’m Selene Vakharia, owner of Smart Pop Ups and Smart Women and one of the organizers behind this event. At Smart Women, what we’re really focused on is female entrepreneurs and increasing the number […]
Youth of the Yukon interview with Benjamin Gribben Introduce yourself, where you’re from and where you are now: My name is Benjamin Gribben and originally I ‘m from Whitby Ontario but I’ve been living up here in the Yukon for over seventeen years. How did you come to live in the Yukon? Were you born […]