Blanket Exercise open to YFN government employees


The Blanket Exercise is an interactive learning experience that explores the nation-to-nation relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada. It walks participants through hundreds of years of Canadian and Indigenous legal history in order to understand the impact of law, legislation and policy on Indigenous peoples. 

It engages people’s minds and hearts in understanding why the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples is often broken and how we can take an action together. 

It is facilitated by Yukon Government with the support of Respectful Workplace Office.

Mt McIntyre Recreation Centre-
1 Sumanik Drive, Whitehorse, YT, y1a 6t1 (Whitehorse, YT) [ view map ]
YG Public Service Commission – Organizational Development Branch
Contact Info:
Jan Malfair, Conflict Management Practitioner
867-667-3536 |
Must be a Yukon First Nation Government employee or a member of a CYFN board/committee to take the training, as covered under the Umbrella Final Agreements.
Additional Information:
Course etiquette: No shoes, No bare feet
How to Register:
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