• KwänlinWhitehorse
  • Takhini River
  • Dä̀kwä̀kä̀daHaines Junction
  • ShadęlChampagne
  • Tthe yänlinCanyon
  • Lu ghäKlukshu

CHWB fund Policy review

CHWB POLICY AND APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2022-2023 FISCAL YEAR ARE BEING REVISED. The opening for the fund will be available in June 2022. For additional details on the CHWB funds please visit:...

Cultural Fun Days – Postponed

Notice to Citizens: Out of respect for the Primozic family, all cultural fun days activities planned for this week will be postponed until further notice.

CAFN COVID-19 Guidance

Please click here for a printable pdf copy of this guidance updated Feb 18, 2022 The following is a guide to help you stay safe as we continue to move through the Omicron wave.  Champagne and Aishihik First Nations (CAFN) cares about you, and continues to take a...

CAFN’s Safe 6 illustrated by Cole Pauls

CAFN and Yukoners have stayed safe throughout the pandemic by using the Safe 6 as key tools in our daily lives.  With help from CAFN artist Cole Pauls, CAFN has updated the Safe 6 for our community.  Please practice the Safe 6, wear a mask in public, and get...

Kwätsi Dän (We Work) 2022 – CAFN’s COVID-19 plan

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and evolves, we recognize we must update our approach to serving our people and running our government, recognizing that the world will continue to live with COVID-19 for months or years to come. In January 2022, the CAFN Council...

What is the new picture of COVID-19?

With the rapid spread of the Omicron variant, the Yukon Territory and the world are monitoring COVID-19 in new ways. Here are some things we are keeping an eye on to monitor COVID-19 activity and assess the need for safety precautions: Yukon Government data:...