Guide Training for First Nation Youth

Guide Training for First Nation Youth

Cultural Interpretation Training
Wilderness First Aid, Paddling and Water Safety, FoodSafe, First Host, Risk Management and MORE

We are looking for enthusiastic and bush savvy youth aged 18-30, who are interested in becoming Wilderness Guides and Cultural Interpreters. The training will be offered from May 5- June 1. Through our partnership with Wilderness Tourism Association of Yukon, a paid internship will be available for the applicants to apply for.

Our cultural interpretation program will be filled with campfire talks with respected and well known Elders and Knowledge keepers from all across the Yukon.

Registration fee required
Meals and Lodging provided for the duration of the training

Apply online before April 14
tinyurl.com/yfnwildguide

Committee Members Needed

ATAC Intergovernmental Agreement Land Use Planning Committee Poster.PDF

Committee Members Needed

The FNNND is seeking expressions of interest from individuals interested in sitting on the Land Use Planning Committee. This committee pertains to the ATAC intergovernmental agreement.

***Seeking one Land Use Planner and one NND citizen***

Please submit expressions of interest by Tuesday, April 17th at 4:30 PM.

For more information please contact Chrystal Lattie at 996-2265

LOOKING FOR COOKS AND HELPERS!

Calling for Expression of Interests.PDF

Catering Services Required for April, 2018 Community Meeting with ERDC/Alexco at the Na-Cho Nyak Dun Government House.

Please submit your quote in a sealed envelope before 4pm on April 10th, 2018 to the Mining Reclamation Coordinator, Josee Lemieux-Tremblay at the First Nations of Na-Cho Nyak Dun Office.
For more information, call 1 (867) 996-2265 Ext 120 or email: miningreclamation@nndfn.com

Victoria Gold Corp. Community Meeting

Vic Gold Mayo Community Meeting Poster.PDF

Please join Victoria Gold Corp. for a Community Meeting to present and discuss the Eagle Gold Project.
When: April 25, 2018
Where: Mayo Community Curling Club
Time: 6:00PM –8:00PM
Key discussion points:
•Project progress to date;
•The upcoming 2018/19 construction schedule;
•Opportunities for the community.

Refreshments, coffee, tea and snacks will be provided.