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Building more child care spaces for families in the Yukon

From: Employment and Social Development Canada May 13, 2024 Every child deserves the best start in life. But for young families, including Millennial and Gen Z parents, the costs of child care can add up to a second rent or mortgage payment. This makes it harder to start and support a family, and as a […]

by ahnationtalk on May 14, 202413 Views

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National Nursing Week 2024

May 13, 2024 Minister of Health and Social Services Lesa Semmler extends heartfelt appreciation to nurses in the following statement for National Nursing Week: “As we conclude National Nursing Week, I am profoundly honoured to celebrate the tireless efforts of northern nurses. As Minister of Health and Social Services – and a former front-line nurse […]

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 202414 Views

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Regional Fire Restrictions Implemented in South Slave Region on all Public and Private Lands Effective Immediately

Regional fire restrictions are being implemented prohibiting any open flames and other activities effective immediately. These restrictions are effective through May 17 and may be extended if necessary. They apply to following communities and land between them not under federal jurisdiction: South Slave: Fort Providence Kakisa Fort Smith Hay River K’átł’odeeche First Nation Salt River […]

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 202413 Views

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Qulliit launches first-ever RED exhibit for Red Dress Day – The Spec

May 13, 2024 Red Dress Day, or the day on May 5th every year we as Canadians set aside to remember the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG), always holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Indigenous communities. Red Dress Day, or the day on May 5th every year we […]

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 202411 Views

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Regional Fire Restrictions Implemented in Dehcho Regions on all Public and Private Lands Effective Immediately

Regional fire restrictions are being implemented prohibiting any open flames and other activities effective immediately. These restrictions are effective through May 24 and may be extended if necessary. They apply to following communities and land between them not under federal jurisdiction: Dehcho: Nahanni Butte Fort Liard Fort Simpson Jean Marie River Wrigley Sambaa K’e Maps […]

by ahnationtalk on May 13, 202413 Views

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Statement from Premier Pillai on the 2024 Arctic Inspiration Prize winners

May 10, 2024 Premier Ranj Pillai has issued the following statement: “Every year the Arctic Inspiration Prize nominees inspire us with their innovation, creativity and passion for their communities. “I offer my heartful congratulations to all the nominees, and I am immensely proud to see four prizes awarded to finalists from the Yukon. “To support […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 202415 Views

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The May 1 snow survey shows snowpack ranges from well below average to record setting in Old Crow

May 10, 2024 The Government of Yukon Water Resources Branch has released the May 1 Yukon Snow Survey Bulletin and Water Supply Forecast. This is an important survey for Yukoners as it helps forecast water levels and flow conditions across the territory. Using these findings, the Government of Yukon and its partners can better prepare […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 202413 Views

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Nunavut advocate for men’s mental health honoured at Rideau Hall – Nunatsiaq News

May 9, 2024 Noel Kubluitok Kaludjak receives medal from governor general; other honourees include Alicia Aragutak and David Saint-Jacques A longtime advocate for men’s mental health and well-being in Nunavut was among 73 Canadians honoured at a Rideau Hall ceremony in Ottawa Wednesday. Noel Kubluitok Kaludjak, from Rankin Inlet, was awarded the Meritorious Service Decoration […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 202416 Views

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Enhancements to fuel quality control

May 10, 2024 The Government of Nunavut’s Petroleum Products Division (PPD) is implementing measures to enhance fuel quality control, ensuring the highest standards. In 2024, PPD introduced mid-year certification of gasoline, affirming that all samples meet or exceed Canadian General Standards Board specifications year-round. This aligns gasoline testing with aviation fuel standards. To boost consumer […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 202416 Views

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An Indigenous land claim with parallels to Canada could redraw Norway’s map – Radio-Canada

May 10, 2024 Norway’s Supreme Court will decide whether Sámi people can control 5,450 square kilometres of land Norway’s Supreme Court is deliberating on a case that could grant local control over a vast area in the country’s far north — and set a groundbreaking precedent for Indigenous land rights in Europe. The case will […]

by ahnationtalk on May 10, 202417 Views

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