Walking Our Path Together Exploring our past and trailblazing our future by listening to voices from throughout the Yukon; sharing their stories, experiences, and knowledge. https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/ en-ca Copyright 2019 - Yukon College Thu, 09 May 2019 10:00:00 +0000 Thu, 09 May 2019 10:00:00 +0000 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss website_help@yukoncollege.yk.ca Yukon College Exploring our past and trailblazing our future at Yukon College This digital series examines parts of Yukon’s history that have lead us to today. We’ll go back in time to pre-contact Yukon when, “the whole Yukon was our school.” (TTFOCT, p. 21) In this series, we will hear voices from throughout the Yukon, sharing their stories, experiences, and knowledge. Yukon College website_help@yukoncollege.yk.ca No Introduction: Sharing knowledge through storytelling https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/introduction https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/introduction As the saying goes: We have two ears and one mouth for a reason. In this introductory piece, Tosh Southwick explains the ideas behind this audio series. “When something really important happens in our communities, we make a story about it,” she says. “One of the foundational differences between a First Nations and a Western culture is the oral part – the idea that we pass our knowledge orally down the generations.” Podcasts Thu, 28 Feb 2019 09:00:00 +0000 Yukon College No

As the saying goes: We have two ears and one mouth for a reason. In this introductory piece, Tosh Southwick explains the ideas behind this audio series.

As the saying goes: We have two ears and one mouth for a reason. In this introductory piece, Tosh Southwick explains the ideas behind this audio series. “When something really important happens in our communities, we make a story about it,” she says. “One of the foundational differences between a First Nations and a Western culture is the oral part – the idea that we pass our knowledge orally down the generations.” 3:47 Tosh Southwick, Yukon College, Yukon, Canada, reconciliation, Kluane
Episode 1 - What does reconciliation mean? https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/what-does-reconcilliation-mean https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/what-does-reconcilliation-mean We hear the word reconciliation a lot, but what does it actually mean and what does it look like in action? To begin the series, we asked Yukoners what the word means to them. This episode includes remarks from: Tosh Southwick, David Silas, Shirley Adamson, Joanne Henry, Robby Dick, Fabiana Naves, Phillip Gatensby, Aubyn O’Grady, Debra-Leigh Reti, Peter Johnston, Jody Beaumont, Teagyn Vallevand, Wendy Tayler, Steve Smith, Robin Bradasch, Katrina Kocsis, Jackie MacLaren, Ron Chambers, and Karen Barnes. Podcasts Thu, 28 Feb 2019 10:00:00 +0000 Yukon College No

We hear the word reconciliation a lot, but what does it actually mean and what does it look like in action? To begin the series, we asked Yukoners what the word means to them.

We hear the word reconciliation a lot, but what does it actually mean and what does it look like in action? To begin the series, we asked Yukoners what the word means to them. This episode includes remarks from: Tosh Southwick, David Silas, Shirley Adamson, Joanne Henry, Robby Dick, Fabiana Naves, Phillip Gatensby, Aubyn O’Grady, Debra-Leigh Reti, Peter Johnston, Jody Beaumont, Teagyn Vallevand, Wendy Tayler, Steve Smith, Robin Bradasch, Katrina Kocsis, Jackie MacLaren, Ron Chambers, and Karen Barnes. 29:07 Tosh Southwick, David Silas, Karen Barnes, Yukon College, reconciliation, First Nations, Indigenous
Episode 2 - Elders on Campus https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/elders-on-campus https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/elders-on-campus In this story, we look at Yukon College’s Elders on Campus program through the stories of three elders: Leonard Sheldon, Roger Ellis, and Shirley Adamson. Podcasts Thu, 14 Mar 2019 10:00:00 +0000 Yukon College No

In this story, we look at Yukon College’s Elders on Campus program through the stories of three elders: Leonard Sheldon, Roger Ellis, and Shirley Adamson.

In this story, we look at Yukon College’s Elders on Campus program through the stories of three elders: Leonard Sheldon, Roger Ellis, and Shirley Adamson. 21:56 Yukon College, Yukon, Canada, elders, Shirley Adamson
Episode 3 - Around the Campfire https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/around-the-campfire https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/around-the-campfire This episode takes place at Roddy’s Camp and explores the different things that can be shared over a campfire. Things like support and knowledge, and also things like tea and bannock. Podcasts Thu, 28 Mar 2019 10:00:00 +0000 Yukon College No

This episode takes place at Roddy’s Camp and explores the different things that can be shared over a campfire. Things like support and knowledge, and also things like tea and bannock.

This episode takes place at Roddy’s Camp and explores the different things that can be shared over a campfire. Things like support and knowledge, and also things like tea and bannock. 22:32 Yukon College, Yukon, Canada, elders, Shirley Adamson, Wally Rude, Debra-Leigh Reti
Episode 4 - "She got up and went" https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/she-got-up-and-went https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/she-got-up-and-went This episode follows the development of the College from the Vocational School down by the river to its move up the hill to become Yukon College, and its growth throughout the Yukon to 13 campuses throughout the Yukon. Podcasts Thu, 11 Apr 2019 10:00:00 +0000 Yukon College No

This episode follows the development of the College from the Vocational School down by the river to its move up the hill to become Yukon College, and its growth throughout the Yukon to 13 campuses throughout the Yukon.

This episode follows the development of the College from the Vocational School down by the river to its move up the hill to become Yukon College, and its growth throughout the Yukon to 13 campuses throughout the Yukon. 18:06 Yukon College, Yukon, Canada, elders, Whitehorse, Ayamdigut, Gerald Isaac, Mark Wedge, Ingrid Johnson
Episode 5 - The Sunrise Report https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/the-sunrise-report https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/the-sunrise-report This episode explores the development of the Sunrise Report in 2008, why it was created and how it has influenced the functioning of the College since, including the development of First Nation Initiatives and the President’s Advisory Council on First Nation Initiatives. Podcasts Thu, 25 Apr 2019 10:00:00 +0000 Yukon College No

This episode explores the development of the Sunrise Report in 2008, why it was created and how it has influenced the functioning of the College since, including the development of First Nation Initiatives and the President’s Advisory Council on First Nation Initiatives.

This episode explores the development of the Sunrise Report in 2008, why it was created and how it has influenced the functioning of the College since, including the development of First Nation Initiatives and the President’s Advisory Council on First Nation Initiatives. 21:48 Yukon College, Yukon, Canada, elders, Whitehorse, Ayamdigut, John Burdek, Elizabeth Bosely
Episode 6 - Community Campuses https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/community-campuses https://ourpath.yukoncollege.yk.ca/story/community-campuses This episode delves into the role of the community campuses through the stories and the work of three campus liaisons: Nicole Tom in Carmacks, Ingrid Johnson in Teslin, and Ashley Doiron in Dawson. We’ll also hear from John Reid who has worked at the Mayo campus for 30 years and is now the department head of northern campuses. Podcasts Thu, 09 May 2019 10:00:00 +0000 Yukon College No

This episode delves into the role of the community campuses through the stories and the work of three campus liaisons: Nicole Tom in Carmacks, Ingrid Johnson in Teslin, and Ashley Doiron in Dawson. We’ll also hear from John Reid who has worked at the Mayo campus for 30 years and is now the department head of northern campuses.

This episode delves into the role of the community campuses through the stories and the work of three campus liaisons: Nicole Tom in Carmacks, Ingrid Johnson in Teslin, and Ashley Doiron in Dawson. We’ll also hear from John Reid who has worked at the Mayo campus for 30 years and is now the department head of northern campuses. 28:18 Yukon College, Yukon, Canada, elders, Whitehorse, Ayamdigut, Dawson, Mayo, Carmacks, Teslin