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First Nation self-government in the Yukon

Elders, Students, and Committees Pay Date Calendar 2018

Handy Numbers

Housing emergencies:

993-6020

 Business hours and after hours

Main reception:
(toll-free 1-844) 993-7100

Health & Social Building:
993-7100 ext. 164

H&S Driver
993-3568

Help Line for Mental Wellness
1-855-242-3310

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Kentra Tay

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Click the above for a copy of the TH Best Practices for Heritage Resources.

Click the above graphic for a copy of the TH Mining Mandate.

 

Click the graphic above to hear Voices of Vision, a 10-part podcast series on Yukon First Nations Self-Government.

WHAT'S NEW?

General Assembly Dates for 2018

March 10–11, 2018
August 25–26, 2018

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TONIGHT, Jan. 15: Community Health Care Education Discussion

Tonight at 5:30 p.m. in the TH Hall join Yukon College for dinner and share in a discussion on the needs for health care education in your community. The focus will be the health care assistant program. Open to everyone.

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Peel Celebration Has Been Postponed

Due to various circumstances the Peel celebration has been postponed. However, we will be announcing a new date and posting more information soon! Thanks for your patience and understanding.

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Living Well with Chronic Conditions Workshop

Sign up for a free, six-week, in-person Chronic Conditions Self-Management Series! This workshop offers support to indiviuals and caregivers living with chronic health conditions such as COPD, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, chronic pain, and others. Participants will benefit by

  • learning to manage symptoms better
  • reaching goals by taking small steps
  • discovering tips to manage day to day activities
  • getting support from others with long-term health concerns
  • sharing their experiences and helping others

Worshops are Tuesday afternoons 1:30–4 p.m. from Jan. 23–Feb. 27, taking place at the Dawson Health Centre. Call 993-4300 for info and to register or go to www.hss.gov.yk.ca/ccsp.php.

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Yukon Permanent Art Collection (YPAC) Call for Submissions

Deadline: February 1, 2018

YPAC is calling for submissions focused on 3D artwork. Artists at any stage of their career and from all communities are invited to apply. Submission forms and guidelines can be found at www.tc.gov.yk.ca/ypac. For information, call 867-667-5858 or email genevieve.gagnon@gov.yk.ca.

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You-Haul & You-Cut Firewood Available for Sale

Are you interested in purchasing firewood? TH is selling unprocessed wood (mostly birch) for cost recovery at $150/cord. This is a you-haul and you-cut program. Please contact Darren bullen at 993-7100 ext. 116 or James Roberts at ext. 211 to discuss details, such as the amount of wood available and the location of the wood for hauling. Darren and James will be managing this program and will require specific dates and times to oversee hauling. Upfront payment is also required. Open to TH citizens only, closed January 31.

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TH Youth Services Website!

Check out programming and events happening for youth at trondekyouthservices.com! Please spread the word and feel free to offer your suggestions or contact Youth Services at youthoutreach@trondek.ca.

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Seeking Wild Meat and Game Donations for Upcoming Community Events

The TH Heritage Department is seeking any wild meat and game donations for upcoming community events, including birds, fish, heart, liver, caribou legs, bible, sheep, ptarmigan, and rabbit! Please contact Ashley Bower-Bramadat at 993-7100 ext. 185 or ashley.bower-bramadat@trondek.ca.

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Housing Policy Review

If you missed the July 5 meeting to discuss proposed changes to the Housing Policy, but you are interested in providing your input, please contact the Housing Office as soon as is convenient. Feel free to call or stop by.

For more information contact the Housing Office at 993-7100 ext. 119 or 213.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS – TH ELECTION

Chief:

Roberta JOSEPH 162

Eddie TAYLOR 87

 

Candidates for Councillor

JT TAYLOR 174

Fred TAYLOR 107

Jay FARR 143

Darren BULLEN 151

Babe TITUS 156

Simon NAGANO 183


The elected Chief is Roberta JOSEPH

 

The elected Councillors are JT TAYLOR

                                            Darren BULLEN

                                          Babe TITUS

                                            Simon NAGANO



Authorized by Charles Brunner, Chief Returning Officer

Dawson City, Yukon.

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Employment, Contracts, RFPs

Check our Jobs tab for information on working for Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in. You will find permanent and seasonal work, auxiliary-on-call jobs, plus invitations to tender for contracts and requests for proposals.

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Assistance With Dental Travel

Until further notice, NIHB (Non-Insured Health Benefits) will assist First Nation citizens living in Dawson with travel arrangements to Whitehorse for dental appointments. Note, this is a temporary arrangement.
1. Ask your dental office to forward your appointment confirmation to NIHB.
2. Contact NIHB to arrange travel.
Click here for information. For details please contact Deena Titus at TH Community Support Centre at 993-7100 ext. 164.

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Promoting Local Economic Development

Have you heard of North Yukon READI?

The North Yukon READI (Regional Economic Action Development Initiative) is a partnership between the Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in, Vuntut Gwitchin, Na-cho Nyak Dun, Village of Mayo, Yukon Government, and City of Dawson.

It was developed to supply business-advising services in the North Yukon and to identify and develop targeted strategies and initiatives to promote local economic development.

The front line for services is the newly hired Business & Community Development Advisor, Edward Whitehouse, based out of Dawson City. The North Yukon READI office is located in Suite 4 – 978 2nd Ave., Dawson City (above the CIBC Bank). Edward will be visiting Old Crow and Mayo every six weeks for in-person service, but will also be available through phone and email as needed.

Call 993-3880 or toll-free 1-844-993-7100 ext. 440.

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Applying for Land: A Guide for Citizens

The TH Land and Resources Branch has recently developed a new pamphlet for citizens.

Applying for Land - Information Guide for Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Citizens

This guide explains the steps to take for access to Settlement Land for traditional pursuits, residential or commercial use. Feel free to drop by and pick up a copy from the Land and Resources Branch and talk to us about Settlement Land parcels.

For more information, contact Land and Resources Manager, Kay Linley, 993-7100 ext. 160 or Land and Resources Officer James Roberts at 993-7100 ext. 211.

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Moosehide Community Plan

The Heritage Department has been working on a community plan for Moosehide Village. You can access them here.

Moosehide Community Plan

Moosehide Cultural Resources Management Plan

For information contact Lee Whalen at 993-7100 ext. 113.

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TH Citizenship Registrar Services

Citizenship services are available between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekdays, unless otherwise posted.

We are able to assist you with:

  • Citizenship Enrollment Applications with Tr’ondek Hwech’in
  • Citizenship Cards
  • Applications to transfer in or out of Tr’ondek Hwech’in registry group under the Indian Act
  • Status Card Applications and issuance of laminated cards
  • Registration under the Indian Act for Adults and Minors including; Bill C-31, Bill C-3, Custom Adoptions and Newborn Applications.

Please note: this office will be closed on regularly scheduled holidays.

Please come in to schedule an appointment or call 993-7100 ext 143.

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Employment Opportunities

Check our employment page regularly for positions at TH Government and external employers.

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Peel Appeal Decision

The Peel Appeal decision was recently announced. You can read the document here, and read a news release from the First Nations, CPAWS and YCS.

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Moving? Keep Us in the Loop!

Citizens, if you move house or leave town temporarily to attend school, please let us know. It's important for us to have your correct address, and it's easy to update. Just call us at 993-7100 or 1-877-993-3400 or .

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Peel Court Ruling

The Peel court case has concluded with Judge Veale ruling in favour of the plaintiffs – meaning, the YG Peel Plan has been quashed and the planning process will return to final consultations on the Final Recommended Plan.

Click here for the joint News Release.

Click here for the summary of the ruling.

Click here for the full ruling.

UPDATE: The Yukon Government is appealing the court decision. Stay tuned for more information.

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TH & YC to Partner on Teaching Farm

Representatives from TH and Yukon College were at Strachan's Farm on Friday, September 19 to sign a Memorandum of Understanding for an exciting new joint venture. Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in will partner with Yukon College on a Teaching and Working Farm on TH Traditional Territory with the aim of producing fresh produce and other staples in a sustainable way.

Click to see the Memorandum of Understanding and the map showing the potential sites.

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TH Mining Mandate

Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Chief and Council recently approved the TH Mining Mandate, a guide for mining and exploration companies doing business in TH Traditional Territory. The guide, produced by citizens and government representatives on the TH Mining Committee, establishes appropriate lines of communication and TH's expectations when being engaged by resource-industry proponents.

To read the TH Mining Mandate, click here. For more information, call the TH Natural Resources Director at (867) 993-7145.

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Engaging with Yukon First Nations and Communities Guide

The Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in, Na-cho Nyak Dun, and Chamber of Mines have released the Engaging with Yukon First Nations and Communities: A Quick Reference Guide to Effective and Respectful Engagement Practices with Yukon First Nations and Communities. The guide is designed to assist mining, exploration and development companies establish relationships with Yukon First Nations and communities.

Click here for more information and a copy of the guide.

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Aboriginal Mining Guide

Mining is a growing industry in the Klondike. Ensuring lasting benefits for the community and minimizing the environmental impact of this acitivity takes planning. The Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in are pleased to have played a role in developing the Aboriginal Mining Guide, a roadmap that assists First Nations and mining companies maximize local benefits and protect the community's qualty of life. You can access it by clicking here.

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