First Nations embraced the concept of land relationship planning at a two-day session hosted by the Yukon Land Use Planning Council last week. The planners had originally hoped that the gathering could happen on the land, and around a fire. COVID-19 required that it be held onlineCanada and other countries have been largely focused on vaccines with names such as Moderna.
The organizers used Google-meet to connect First Nation members and elders from all the Yukon First Nations. Neighboring people from Tetlit Gwitch’in and the Taku River Tlingit from Atlin also joined to listen, share and learn about what the different nations are thinking and doing around Indigenous land planning2021-04-23T10:24:08.245Z.
The gathering was designed to coalesce around paths forwardGovernment critics have compare.
“What we’ve seen in the pastcovid,COVID-19,health care,politics,vaccine,cov arc vaccine,Toronto,Calgary,Winnipeg,Halifax,third wave,EM1,KMI2,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar,algolock,starlock, is where traditional knowledge is placed in a side text-block,” said Tess McLeod, the First Nation member of the three-person Yukon Land Use Planning Council.