Community Advisors and the Collaborative Administrator are available to answer any questions, talk about your project ideas, and help you with the application.
John B. Zoe - Tłįchǫ Region
PH: (867) 445-2475
FAX: (867) 392-6389
“Since the beginning of our own time, the land has defined our language, culture, and way of life. There was a time in our recent history that we have been steered away from staying connected to the land. That is why, for me, being on the Land makes me whole. The Collaborative gives an opportunity for people to come together and share experiences of on the land activities.”
Meghan Etter - Inuvialuit Region
PH: (867) 777-7085
FAX: (867) 777-4023
“The Collaborative is important because it presents an opportunity for individuals and organizations who may have no other avenue to turn to, to access funding, in a relatively simple manner, in order to get on the land."
Susan Ross - Gwich'in Region
PH: (867) 777-7915
FAX: (867) 777-7946 or 7919
“It is important to go on the land to learn about my cultural identity and ensure my children and grandchildren know their traditional knowledge to survive and live off the land.”
Kyle Napier - South Slave Region
PH: (867) 621-1025
FAX: (867) 872-2404
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
"Our relationship to the land is as important as our relationship to ourselves and those around us — these deep relationships begin with respect and lead to intimate understanding of how the world works around us."
Misty Ireland - Dehcho Region
PH: (867) 874-3232
Fax: (867) 874-2486
"Just the act of being on the land, in itself, is medicine."
Diane Giroux - Akaitcho Region
PH: (867) 394-3313
"We need to work together to provide solutions to promote healthy choices and wellness in our communities. The Collaborative is important because it is a way to support on the land programming for the well being of all peoples of the North. It is also a way to educate Northerners on the values we hold for our environment. The Collaborative supports the transmission of knowledge from Elders to our youth about our land, waters, history, and culture to ensure they are prepared for their roles as future stewards."