Truth and Reconciliation

Harlan Schilling, Deputy Chief of the Daylu Dena Council speaks during the ceremonial demolition of the Lower Post residential school on June 30. (John Tonin/Yukon News)

‘We need ‘reconcili-action’ not reconciliation,’ says Deputy Chief of the Daylu Dena Council Harlan Schilling

Lower Post residents will burn the remains of the former residential school demolished on June 30

 

Diane Strand passionately thanks the assembled crowd at the totem pole. (Jim Elliot/ Yukon News)

Hundreds join National Day for Truth and Reconciliation march in Whitehorse

Warrior Walkers lead march, speakers talk about need for their truth to be told.

 

Kayoni Dickson-Camilleri and Peter Johns each designed an orange T-shirt which was then printed and sold off as a fundraiser in support of the Comittee on Abuse in Residential Schools Society. (Jim Elliot/ Yukon News)

Shirts designed by Porter Creek Secondary students help mark day of reconciliation

Funds raised by shirt sale going to Commitee on Abuse in Residential Schools Society

 

The Orange Shirt Day T-shirt designed by Kayoni Dickson-Camilleri, a student of the Porter Creek Secondary FADS program. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)

COMMENTARY: Take action and mourn on Orange Shirt Day

Lorraine Rousseau Regional Executive Vice President for PSAC North The National Day…

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The Orange Shirt Day T-shirt designed by Kayoni Dickson-Camilleri, a student of the Porter Creek Secondary FADS program. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)
Annette King and Bengie Clethero are the Yukon’s child advocate and deputy child advocate. (Submitted)

COMMENTARY: Reconciliation requires action in the Yukon: Child Advocate

Annette King & Bengie Clethero Yukon Child and Youth Advocate Office September…

  • Sep 30, 2021
Annette King and Bengie Clethero are the Yukon’s child advocate and deputy child advocate. (Submitted)
The Orange Shirt Day T-shirt designed by Kayoni Dickson-Camilleri, a student of the Porter Creek Secondary FADS program. Several events are planned throughout the Yukon for the first day of Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)

What’s happening in the Yukon on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Procession in Whitehorse will begin at 11 a.m. at Healing Totem

The Orange Shirt Day T-shirt designed by Kayoni Dickson-Camilleri, a student of the Porter Creek Secondary FADS program. Several events are planned throughout the Yukon for the first day of Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)