Pathways: Stories of collaboration, partnership and reconciliation magazine launched

Pathways: Stories of collaboration, partnership and reconciliation magazine launched

The Government of Yukon is excited to launch the Pathways: Stories of collaboration, partnership and reconciliation magazine. This public service-led, Yukon government-wide publication highlights the work of the public service to build relationships, collaborate and advance reconciliation with First Nations.

The goal of Pathways is to foster learning and growth within the Yukon government by highlighting successful initiatives.

Many initiatives are highlighted in Pathways, including Mapping the Way, a public education campaign that works to help Yukoners understand and appreciate the Final and Self-Government Agreements. Other highlights include Breaking Trail Together, a 10-year strategic plan that outlines how the Government of Yukon and Yukon First Nations governments are working together to create a representative territorial government, and treaty simulations for youth in partnership with the Gordon Foundation.

The stories in Pathways highlight the behind the scenes efforts of public servants across the Yukon government to improve our partnerships with Yukon First Nations. I am very proud of our public service and their dedication to working towards reconciliation, alongside First Nations across the territory. These stories are critical to building meaningful and enduring relationships and advancing reconciliation in our communities and across Canada.

Premier Sandy Silver

Quick facts 
  • Pathways will be publicly available every two years.

Contact 

Renée Francoeur
Cabinet Communications
867-334-9194
renee.francoeur@yukon.ca

Rachel Veinott-Mckeough
Communications, Aboriginal Relations
867-455-2811
rachel.veinott-mckeough@yukon.ca

News release #: 
21-377