Yukon Youth Spotlight: Tamika Knutson

“I’m sorry for the noise – I find I talk more openly when I’m working on an art piece” Tamika Knutson says from her studio in her hometown of Dawson City. She was finishing a commissioned jewellery piece before leaving the next day to spend a week in...

safeTALK training to help build suicide-safer communities

Let’s face it – it’s super hard to talk openly about suicide. There’s many spaces in which the word is whispered in hushed tones, or not talked about at all. There has been many times in my own life to which I feared talking about the impact of...

Exploring Reconciliation On the Land

When reflecting on relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, I am faced with a LOT of questions. What does reconciliation really mean? Is it just this pretty word that is tossed around a lot in Canadian politics? Can a person of European settler...