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With guidance from our Elders, Yukon First Nation Leadership and our Citizens, YNLC will strive to adhere to and achieve the strategic objectives and actions of the YNLC 2018-2021 Strategic Plan.

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  • Registration for YNLCʼs Intermediate Mentor-Apprentice Program is open!
    Click here to learn about the Mentor Apprentice Program Completed Mentor-Apprentice Program applications, including supporting documents, can be submitted to Whitney Johnson-Ward by email at wjohnson-ward@ynlc.ca or in-person at YNLC. Please note the Yukon Native Language Centre will be closed for the holidays starting December 25, 2023 returning on January 8, 2024. Applications are being […]
  • YNLC Winter 2024 Class Registration!
    Registration for the Winter 2024 YNLC is now closed. Look for Summer registration in March 2024!
  • Registration Open for Southern Tutchone: Level 1
    A WAITLIST has been started for the Southern Tutchone: Level 1 language class starting November 14th, 2023. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please fill out a registration form. Registration closes on Friday, November 10th, so register now!
  • Our Land, Our Languages Gathering – Postponed to 2024
    YNLCʼs “Our Land, Our Languages Gathering” is postponed to 2024 and will not be taking place at the TKC Fish Camp from October 3 – 5, 2023. We are excited to see you all at the rescheduled gathering in 2024! If you have any questions, please contact info@ynlc.ca or call (867) 668-8820. Màhsi’  choo | Mä̀hsi’ cho | Sógá  sénlá’ |  […]
  • Registration Open – Indigenous Language Proficiency Program
    Registration is now open for the Certificate in Indigenous Language Proficiency in partnership between the Yukon Native Language Centre, Yukon First Nations and Simon Fraser University. Registration closes July 21, 2023. Follow the link for the registration form and more information: Register here. Testimonies from previous students: “For the last two years, I have been […]

Latest Past Events

INLG 433 & 434: Mentor-Apprentice Program I & II

This course supports focused language learning alongside a mentor/speaker in a specific Yukon First Nations Language. Applying best practices of life-long language learning, this student-driven course follows the interests of the […]