Charles Eshleman is the host of "Indigenous Connections" - weekdays from 9:00 - 11:00am
Charles was born in Dawson City Yukon. He grew up in Whitehorse, then lived in Alberta. He returned home to the Yukon at age 24 and regained his traditional connections with the land and people.
Charles started traditional Karate training and also competed and studied with many instructors.
Charles is a member of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation and also is connected to Old Crow through his mother and his grandmother Sara Abel.
Charles has always been interested in Radio and went to Yukon College to help with his goal to eventually work in broadcasting.
Have a look inside the Yukon's first ever supervised consumption site
The site will provide a safe and hygienic environment for people to use drugs.
Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Health and Wellness Centre renamed after Chief John Jonas
“He was a bridge between traditional living and the life we have today," says Chief Roberta Joseph.
Edna Mitander is the first ever recipient of the Daisy Mason Wellness Fund
"I am very, very happy that I’m going to be able to help other people, especially First Nations,” says Mitander.