The Montreal Science Centre has recently wrapped up their exhibit on Indigenous Ingenuity, which featured two Yukon First Nations initiatives. The Centre received over 100,000 visitors over the course of the exhibit and was such a success that it has been renewed for another feature between October 2018-March 2019. Earlier last year, AICBR teamed up with McGill University
The Arctic Institute of Community-Based Research (AICBR) is seeking an Executive Director. This position will oversee the operations of AICBR, a dynamic and unique northern research non-profit organization working in the fields of climate change, food security and healthy lifestyles.
November 2017, 29 Indigenous youth from Yukon, Northern BC, Northwest Territories, and Nunatsiavut and some Yukon Renewable Resources Council members came together in Whitehorse for a four-day training on climate change. This training is part of a two-year initiative training community climate change champions.
The following blog post is from our lovely Youth Assistant Roberta, who joined AICBR in August and has been working closely with Norma and the team on various climate change related projects. Here are some of her personal reflections!