Whitehorse Aboriginal Women's Circle

We envision a future where the diversity of Aboriginal women is not only valued, but celebrated – where we stand equal in our communities, have access to our languages and cultures and where we have compassionate relationships and supports that allow us to heal, learn, and grow continuously.

 
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Annual General Meeting

Members and Indigenous women living in Whitehorse are welcome to attend our Annual General Meeting.

To be held on June 23, 2021
At the Gold Rush Inn - Townhall Room
Starting at 5:30 pm
All Covid pre-cautions will be observed

We will be holding board elections for Directors, President & Youth Rep (18-30 years of age) 

Dinner and refreshments will be served.
There will be door prizes!

There is limited seating but you can also attend via Zoom. 
Please contact Susan to register at 668-7532 or by email at: info@wawcircle.org

 
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Contact Whitehorse Aboriginal Women's Circle

6A 4230 4th Avenue
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1K1

(867) 668-7532

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News & Events

Your Whitehorse Aboriginal Women's Circle Resource Center

A Safe Place - Drop-in ... is back!

The Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre has it's "A Safe Place" drop-in on Saturdays & Sundays from 4 to 8 pm at the Golden Age Society (4061 4th Ave) for low -barrier individuals of any age who identify as female.  There will be visiting guests, light refreshments, peer-support and workshops!  For more information call 867-667-2693 or check it out on their facebook page.

"Congratulations to the 2020 Order of Yukon inductees who have greatly contributed to the development of our territory. Thank you to the nominators for bringing forward names of such deserving Yukoners and thank you to the Order of Yukon Advisory Council members who have the important but tough task of evaluating nominations." n- Commissioner of Yukon, Angélique Bernard

Posted December 02, 2020