The Gwich’in have traditionally used and occupied lands in the Northwest Territories and the Yukon from time immemorial. In July 1921, Chiefs and headmen representing the Loucheux (as we were then called) of Arctic Red River (now Tsiigehtchic) and Fort McPherson (also known as Teetl'it Zheh) signed Treaty 11 with King George V (the Crown), creating a special nation-to-nation relationship.
Yukon Hospitals are a family of acute care hospitals focused on delivering safe and excellent care to all Yukoners, closer to home, at their facilities in Whitehorse, Dawson City and Watson Lake. Their comprehensive health services set a high standard of care in their territory and are models of care both nationally and internationally. Their community of more than 500 health care providers, professionals and medical staff are passionate about and committed to the best possible patient experience every time.
Kellett developed the original Sport North Federation website many Internet years ago. Since that time, the Web has changed, and so has Drupal. We were able to significantly reduce the complexity of the site to make it easier to manage, while also adding new management features that simplified their most-needed functions.
Kellett began working with Hotiiì ts'eeda in Summer 2017. The initial project included authoring the organization's communication strategy, developing their brand, and creating their website. The communication strategy included stakeholder interviews and extensive research to inform a comprehensive strategy for communicating with the organization's stakeholders. Following the communication strategy, Kellett's creative team designed the Hotiì ts'eeda brand. The brand speaks to the connections, relationships, and knowledge translation that the organization facilitates.
The Dehcho Interim Measures Agreement established the Land Use Planning Committee and guidelines to develop a land use plan for the Dehcho Territory. The planning process will consider the traditional use and occupancy information that has been gathered to determine the Interim Land Withdrawals along with other information on the natural resources and the economic and social needs of the communities. In return, the plan will revise the Interim Land Withdrawals based on the new information that has been gathered.
The Yellowknife Women’s Society is a grassroots community-based charitable organization. The goal of the society is to support and assist women in empowering themselves so they could develop their goals, achieve wellness, enjoy equality and be recognized for the contribution they make to the community.