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Voices of Vision: An interview with Robert Hager
ROBERT Hager grew up following traditional pursuits such as hunting, fishing and trapping. As a citizen of the First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun, Robert is proud of his First Nation's history of self-government.
Voices of Vision: An interview with Sam Johnston
Sam Johnston is a well-respected Teslin Tlingit elder with an impressive political history. He served as Chief of the Teslin Tlingit Council for more than a decade, and was also a Member of the Yukon Legislative Assembly.
Voices of Vision: An interview with Angie Joseph-Rear
Angie Joseph-Rear was active in the self-government process as a Chief, councillor and community member. Her work ensured the Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in's land claims agreement reflected the values and aspirations of the Hän people.
Voices of Vision: An interview with Joe Linklater
Joe Linklater is a seasoned political leader and program manager with considerable experience in building and implementing public policy and First Nation self-governance. He held the position of Chief of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation from 1998 to 2010.
Voices of Vision: An interview with Lesley McCullough
Lesley McCullough has extensive legal and policy experience in governance and Aboriginal rights. She has worked for the Government of Yukon since 1992.
Voices of Vision: An interview with Doris McLean
Doris McLean is an outspoken leader and advocate whose work has touched many aspects of Yukon life. Doris, whose Tagish name is Guna, has both Tlingit and Tagish ancestry and belongs to the Dakl'aweidi (killer whale) clan.
Voices of Vision: An interview with Hal Mehaffey
Hal Mehaffey founded Mehaffey Consulting in 1992 after eight years as the Band Manager of the First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun in Mayo, Yukon. Hal specializes in the negotiation of land claim and Self-Government Agreements, implementation plans and financial transfer agreements.
The Perspectives Series is a series of panel discussions exploring the history of Yukon’s unique approach to self-government and land claims featuring the people actually at the table.
Voices of Vision Podcast Series
The Voices of Vision podcast series features 10 interviews with some of the key people involved in negotiating and implementing the Yukon Final and Self-Government Agreements.
Children of Tomorrow Video Series
The Children of Tomorrow video series features 10, 2-4 minute videos of prominent Yukoners who were children when Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow was being created. They share their thoughts on the past, present and future of the Yukon Agreements.