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    Sandy Silver interview April 8, 2022 CHONfm

Month: February 2022

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First Nation of Na-cho Nyäk Dun wants development on their Traditional Territory stopped

First Nation of Na-cho Nyäk Dun wants development on their traditional territory stopped Thousands of mining claims have been given up in the Peel Watershed. Last week, the government of Yukon announced that seven companies have given up over 5,000 of the more than 7,000 mining claims in conservation areas identified in the Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan that was approved in August 2019.   The Newmont Corporation, a […]

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Robert Munsch books to be translated to Yukon First Nation languages

Robert Munsch books to be translated to Yukon First Nation languages 20 titles in four languages means 80 books are in the works. Kids all over the Yukon will soon be able to read 20 titles by renowned children’s author Robert Munsch in Tlingit, Southern Tutchone, Kaska and Northern Tutchone.   Some of the books include “The Paper Bag Princess,” “Love You Forever,” “Blackflies,” and “Bear for Breakfast.”   The […]

todayFebruary 4, 2022 307

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“Arctic Song” by Inuit artist Germaine Arnattaujuq premiering at Yukon film fest

“Arctic Song” by Inuit artist Germaine Arnattaujuq premiering at Yukon film fest The Available Light Film Festival has been celebrating Indigenous creators for 20 years. The animated short film “Arctic Song” by prolific Yellowknife based Inuit artist Germaine Arnattaujuq will be making its northern premiere at the 20th Available light film festival in Whitehorse.   “I’m very happy,” says Arnattaujuq.   “Hopefully people will like it,” she adds.   “Arctic […]

todayFebruary 4, 2022 181

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The Yukon is set to ease some COVID-19 restrictions, though nothing is set in stone

The Yukon is set to ease some COVID-19 restrictions, though nothing is set in stone  Yukoners may soon be able to gather with more than two households.  With the number of active cases of COVID-19 declining as the country deals with the Omicron wave of pandemic, the Yukon is beginning to ease some public health restrictions – pending case counts staying low and people following guidelines.   Premier Sandy Silver […]

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