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The July 2020 intake deadline for Yukon Heritage Training Fund (HTF) has been extended for one week, to July 22. Individuals and groups are invited to apply now to undertake or create a training opportunity that will increase the skills and knowledge of Yukon residents in the heritage sector.

Training projects must start August 1, 2020 or later. Applicants will be informed of the results of their application before August 1.

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Thank you for your contribution and making our garbage clean-up a huge success. Small acts of kindness go a long way. In a few short hours, you've helped keep our community beautiful, supported a local non-profit, and inspired others to give back ❤️.

Conservators assess, repair, preserve, and prevent further damage to artworks and historical pieces. This piece has been damaged by silverfish, which eat the gelatin binder applied to art to hold the image particles in place.

Note: This piece is part of the Archives’ conservation lab study collection, and is used for educational purposes. It is not part of the archival holdings of the Yukon Archives.

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We are thrilled to announce that local architecture and interior design firm Northern Front Studio has come on board as a sponsor for LePage Park! Northern Front Studio focuses on and specializes in sustainable design principles. We extend our sincere thanks to them for their support of this important community asset as phase one of our renovation plans is underway.

We are participating in the Great Canadian Giving Challenge! Every $1 you donate to our charity in June via counts as a ballot to help us win $20,000. Please donate today - we really appreciate your help!

Recently, we embarked on a multi-year plan to renovate LePage Park in Whitehorse, home to three designated heritage buildings, a public park, and YHMA's office - as well as a popular venue for community events and recreation. You can choose to direct your donation to this project by selecting the LePage Park Conservation & Maintenance Fund.

The Yukon Historical & Museums Association (YHMA) has broken ground on a major resurfacing project for LePage Park, located in downtown Whitehorse, with work expected to be completed within two weeks. The former concrete paver circle, wooden decking, and exposed ground area between the stage and seating area will be replaced with recycled rubber surfacing, an option that offers a more comfortable surface for users as well as increased safety and durability.

Via the Museums Association of Saskatchewan:

Via the Museums Association of Saskatchewan:

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