LACE Yukon News article Apr2017
Letter from Dr. Gertrude Saxinger to FNNND:
it is a pleasure so send over the article that was released on 14th of April in Yukon News featuring the Mobile Workers Guide that NND and our ReSDA/LACE project jointly publish.
The guide book will be released in June. Now it is in the design process.
Would be maybe also an opportunity to feature this article on the NND website, if you like. In doing so the citizens would know what Susa and I are doing in the community when we are there. Thanks.
Hope you all are doing very well and you enjoy spring time! (We in Vienna had already 25C plus but now it started to snow again. Crazy climate change).
All the best, Gerti and Susa
LACE Website: www.resda.ca/labour-mobility
LACE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mobileminingLACE
Dr. Gertrude Saxinger
Department for Social and Cultural Anthropolgy, University of Vienna & APRI – Austrian Polar Research Institute
Universtitaetsstr. 7/C412, 1010 Vienna, AT // firstname.lastname@example.org // +43 660 2118551 //
Adjunct researcher at Yukon College, Canada
ReSDA Project “LACE Labour Mobility and Community Participation in the Extractive Industries – Yukon”
NND Dinner June 13
JUNE 13, 2017 – Mayo Curling Rink Lounge – 5:00pm
DINNER AND DISCUSSION
FOR NNDFN CITIZENS
NND ATAC open house June 14
JUNE 14, 2017 – Mayo Curling Rink Lounge – 4:00pm
OPEN-HOUSE AND PRESENTATION
WITH ATAC AND NND
FOR NNDFN CITIZENS
Over the next few years, we will be working on the Legion Hall downtown. We have received funding from multiple sources for this project and look forward to seeing the building come to life again and bringing our people back to the river front.
Thank you to our funding sources: Canada 150 and the Community Development Fund
Water Sampler – On Call – Job Opportunity
The preferred candidates will have an understanding of local environment conditions and effects associated with past and current activities facing the ecosystem in FNNND’s Traditional Territory. The applicant must have basic office and organizational skills and also a good understanding of First Nation Governments. The individual should be willing and able to undertake field work. This work is a great opportunity to learn about mining reclamation processes.
Field work will include; water sampling and monitoring, fish habitat assessments, soil investigations and water treatment pilot studies. Applicants must be self-motivated and physically capable of lifting at least 50 pounds. Duties could include training, field work and report writing to the Lands and Resources Department upon completion of assignments.
Elder in School Program Sept 2016 to June 2017
2016 Elder in School Poster