Law Day Charity Fun Run & Walk

The Yukon Canadian Bar Association (CBA) Law Day Committee is pleased to announce this year’s 29th Annual Canadian Bar Association Law Day Charity Fun Run and Walk (“Fun Run”). Law Day is held annually across the country by the CBA. The theme for Yukon’s Law Day is celebrating Language Rights.

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Canadian Rangers.

What do you know about the Canadian Ranger Patrol (CRP)? For some, they are the people who wear military attire and run around in the backwoods playing war games — maybe with the hopes of one day being called upon to save the country in the Canadian Armed Forces.

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Yukon Heliski Indigenous Youth Camp.

In March 2018, Yukon Heli hosted its first indigenous youth camp in Fraser, BC. Over two days they invited various indigenous youth from the Yukon and northern BC to experience the world of heli-skiing. The goal of the two-day camp on March 24th -25th was to connect local indigenous youth to the different working opportunities in the ski and snowboard industry.

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RiverNation – Journey Through The Bloodlines

Our Water, Our Land, Our People.“When you look at the hard times, you say ‘this is what I need from you and the rest I don’t need no more’ you never look back at it again; because it will come forward to meet you again. And part of that healing is your journey for tomorrow, and the next day, that’s the plan you have to stick with.” – Elder Besha BlondinRiver Nation: Journey Through the Bloodlines, began as a project to learn about Yukon First Nation governance.

RiverNation – Journey Through The Bloodlines

River Nation: Journey Through the Bloodlines, began as a project to learn about Yukon First Nation governance. The Youth Of Today Society, along with its partners, coordinated a canoe trip for youth, to visit neighboring communities. The Journey was taken in Kwanlin Dun First Nation’s traditional dugout canoe and their support boats. Participating youth learned about the different governance structures of the First Nations situated on the banks of the historic Yukon River.