Nominate Trailblazers: Celebrating Arts, Culture and Heritage

    Photo courtesy of Mapping The Way

    Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism, and Mapping the Way are partnering to celebrate Yukon arts, culture and heritage trailblazers, and are looking for nominations for individuals who are sharing and strengthening Yukon First Nations arts, culture and heritage throughout the territory.

    Nominees could be a language teacher or student, artist, business person, government or NGO employees, councillor, board or committee member, elder or youth.


    All nominees will win a Mapping the Way and Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association swag prize. Two winners will receive gift baskets from local businesses and artists valued at over $700. Winners will be drawn from a youth and general category.


    To nominate someone head on over to mappingtheway.ca/

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