|Jenni House Interpretive Materials Project
|Create a brochure and four interpretive panels about the history of Jenni House, one of the oldest buildings in Whitehorse, currently used for the Jenni House Artist Residency.
|The Association franco-yukonnaise celebrates the Yukon 125 in French!
|AFY celebrates the 125th anniversary and franco-Yukon history and culture through summer and fall programming with the Solstice Saint-Jean event at the SS Klondike, and two Café-rencontre events featuring traditional foods and recognition of l’AFY’s history since 1982.
|Blood Ties Four Directions Society
|Blood Ties Four Directions Mural
|A mural created by a Yukon First Nations artist for the workshop space at Blood Ties Four Directions Centre.
|BYTE – Empowering Youth Society
|Leaders in Training Gathering 2023
|Workshops for youth in traditional skills, leadership and culture – storytelling, trapping, advocacy, medicine bag making, grief management, land connection and Indigenous movement.
|Carcross/Tagish First Nation
|C/TFN Trapping Exhibition at Haa Shagóon Hídi
|Curation, creation and opening of a multi media exhibition reflecting the history of trapping at Haa Shagóon Hídi in Carcross.
|City of Dawson
|Commemoration of 25 years of Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in self-government
|Hand-painted street banner for Waterfront Park and an art installation for Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in offices to commemorate 25 years of Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in self-government.
|City of Whitehorse
|Main Street Town Square street artwork
|Artist Lawrence Smith and other Northern Cultural Expressions Society artists paint a large artwork on the pedestrian Main Street Town Square for the summer 2023, inspired by the impacts of the Yukon territory’s creation on First Nations.
|Cycling Association of Yukon
|Canadian XCM MTB Championships and Yukon Bike Fest
|A week-long celebration of bikes with events to promote enjoyment of an active lifestyle in our unique natural landscape.
|Dawson City Arts Society
|Dawson Daily News Print & Publishing Festival
|The Print & Publishing Festival in Dawson City presents an inclusive, innovative and community minded multi-day celebration of visual printmaking, literature, publishing and heritage.
|Dawson City Community Radio Association CFYT
|Yukon 125 Radio Birthday Party in Dawson City
|CFYT-FM Dawson City Community Radio radio show celebrating Yukon 125 showcasing local and Yukon musicians, Yukon trivia (facts and legends), and broadcast from a square dance.
|Dawson City Museum Society
|YT 125: Klondike/Tr’ondëk Milestones
|Exhibit, tour and reception to celebrate the Yukon’s 125th anniversary and other significant anniversaries this year (Dawson Fire Department 125, Klondike radio 100, Together Today for our Children Tomorrow 50, Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in self-government 25.)
|Dawson City Music Festival Association
|Celebrating the history of volunteerism at The Dawson City Music Festival Association
|A free, community celebration and open house to welcome members of the public to the Dawson City Music Festival Association’s new public spaces, as well as displays on the exterior and interior of the building to reflect the 45-year cultural heritage of our organization.
|Dawson Firefighters’ Association
|Dawson City Fire Department’s 125th Anniversary Celebration
|The Yukon’s first official fire department celebrates 125 years of proud history and service during a week of activities including a banquet and ball at the Palace Grand.
|Dawson Shelter Society
|Nankak Cheholay: Berry Picking/Plant Harvesting
|Day trips to Tombstone Territorial Park and/or Top of the World near 40 mile historical site and/or Bonanza mining/hunting area for berry picking/plant harvesting, for families with children 0-5 years old, followed by harvest processing and community gathering.
|Dawson Ski Association
|120th Annual Horticultural Exhibition Dawson City brochure
|The Horticultural Exhibition volunteers will create an educational pamphlet and webpage describing the history of Klondike gardening profiling a successful market gardener, Grant Dowdell, with a seed list and planting schedule available he created to assist gardeners.
|Celebrating Yukon Fiddle Workshops and Community Barn Dance
|Youth fiddlers from across the Yukon participate in workshops to compose three Yukon-inspired pieces, and host a community barn dance to premier the new songs.
|Friends of Yukon Archives Society
|Yukon’s Memories: Recording Our Oral History
|Oral history interviews with Yukon Community Leaders to document their experiences in shaping the Yukon and showcase individual reflections on how the Yukon has developed.
| $ 7,500.00
|Heart of Riverdale Community Centre
|Cypherfest MMXXIII (Carcross)
|To connect and promote the Yukon hip hop and breakdancing community with youth and professionals from across Canada with community building, networking, workshops, and dancing together in Carcross to celebrate 25 years of hip hop in the Yukon.
|Hidden Histories Society Yukon
|Hidden Histories Photo Book
|Create and share a quality memory book illustrating the diverse population and contributions of Asian and Black Yukoners as recorded in photographs from the gold rush on.
|Jewish Cultural Society of Yukon
|A Focused History of Yukon Before, During, and After the Klondike Gold Rush, Concentrating on the Impact of the Presence of those of Jewish Heritage
|Printing a book about the history of Yukon before, during and after the Klondike Gold Rush, concentrating on the role and impact of the Jewish Presence during this time in the history and development of Yukon.
|Keno Community Club
|Keno Campground Rejuvenation Project
|Rejuvenate the Keno campground by updating the gazebo, brushing out additional sites, repairing/repainting picnic tables, updating firepits and erecting a walltent.
|Klondike Placer Miners’ Association
|125 Years of Gold: A Visual Anthology
|Create a collection of images, stories and art that will celebrate the responsible and sustainable placer mining community and improvements made to the industry over the past 125 years, to be shown in a book format and an exhibit at the Dawson City Museum.
|Klondike Visitors Association
|Dawson City Summer Concert Series
|Free weekly lunch-time music series on the Dawson City Waterfront and streamed live on local radio CFYT to support, present and celebrate art and culture in Dawson City.
|Kwanlin Dün First Nation
|Book Launch of Kwanlin Dün Dǎ kwǎndur ghày ghakwadîndur: Our Story in Our Words
|Free public event to launch the book Kwanlin Dün Dǎ kwǎndur ghày ghakwadîndur: Our Story in Our Words.
|Liard First Nation
|Dene Kū́ gīset – People are Coming to Realize
|Create a visually engaging and attractive trifold brochure for tourists and visitors, providing information about Kaska territory, its people, history, culture and language.
|Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation
|Nan nena Dan do K’anete (Lands & Resources) – acquisition of Northern Tutchone art and craft
|To help enhance and showcase culture and language through the art of Northern Tutchone people. To bring out the artistic talents of our Northern Tutchone ancestry to build the collection for a planned new Heritage Building.
|MacBride Museum Society
|MacBride Museum Yukon 125th
|A series of events to celebrate and examine the impact of the Gold Rush on the Yukon using the MacBride collection as a starting point for discussion, including a Yukon 125 celebration on June 13 with gold panning and live music.
|Marsh Lake Community Society
|Marsh Lake 125 Park
|Upgrade playground at Marsh Lake Community Centre, and officially title it.
|Nlaye Ndasadaye Child Care Society
|Educational Projects 2023 – Yukon history and natural history field trips
|Exposing children to the Yukon’s rich history, culture, and environment through visits to museums and the wildlife preserve.
|Northern Cultural Expressions Society
|NCES 20th Year Celebration and traditional crafts for visitors
|NCES celebrates 20 years as an organization and thanks the community by offering arts and crafts to kids, youth and visitors alongside the larger Bringing Back the Light dugout canoe project at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre.
|North Klondyke Highway Music Society
|National Indigenous Peoples Day Ceremony
|Kevin Barr as the feature performer at the Danoja Zho Cultural Centre’s National Indigenous Day celebration on June 21.
|Pioneer Women of the Yukon, Whitehorse Lodge No. Two Society
|Interactive Kiosk of Biographies on Yukon Women Trailblazers
|Add another 100 biographies of Yukon Women Trailblazers to the interactive kiosk in MacBride Museum in 2021.
|Selkirk First Nation
|Big Jonathan Heritage Center Signage
|To purchase new signage for the Big Jonathan Heritage Center.
|(s)hiver Arts Society
|Keno Music Festival 2023
|The 6th edition of the Keno Music Festival on August 4-6, 2023 in Keno City.
|Skookum Jim Friendship Centre
|SJFC Commemorative Mural
|Design and painting of a new mural on the front of the Skookum Jim Friendship Centre – that provides programming care of Skookum Jim’s gold rush fortune held in trust to help create a better standard of health and education for Indigenous People in the Yukon since 1962.
|Société d’histoire francophone du Yukon
|Yukon francophonie; Artists, artisans and trappers of today tell their stories/traditions
|A series of presentations and demonstrations about traditional know-how (living heritage) to demonstrate the richness of Yukon francophone heritage and its contribution in the making of the Yukon territory.
|Klondike Road Relay 40th Anniversary
|Recognizing 40 years of the Klondike Road Relay as an iconic international race inspired by and retracing some of the path of Klondikers during the Gold Rush.
|Studio Gallery Association
|Passage of Time; Making Art History
|A week-long demonstration and retrospective exhibit and sale at the Old Fire Hall of current and past members of the Studio Gallery Association, marking 25 years of celebrating art and providing exhibit opportunities for Yukon artists.
|Tagish Nation Dancers Association
|A Night with the Tagish Nation Dancers, Our 50th Anniversary
|Tagish Nation Dancers celebrate its 50th Anniversary with a performance, dinner and visual show of their dance group over the years at Haa Shagóon Hídi in Carcross.
|Teslin Historical & Museums Society
|Nisutlin Bay Bridge Recollections
|To record the memories of Teslin residents related to the Nisutlin Bay Bridge, in anticipation of its imminent demolition.
|Teslin Tlingit Council
|Community Celebration Supper Honouring Our People
|A community supper at the Heritage Centre for Teslin. Food brings people together, increases social bonding and feelings of wellbeing, and builds a more tight knit community. All community and groups will be welcome.
|Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon
|TIA Yukon 50th Anniversary
|An event to show Yukoners the history and impact of tourism development over the past 50 years and refresh of TIAY for the next 50 years and beyond.
|Town of Faro
|Faro Fireweed Fair & Market
|To support local artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs, and create authentic experiences for Yukon visitors and locals.
|Town of Watson Lake
|Sign Post Forest Entryway Enhancements
|Enhance the entryway signage and create an interpretive sign at the Sign Post Forest.
|Spring Gathering camp
|Youth, elders and citizens gather on the land to share and learn a variety of skills activities based on traditional learning of language, medicine gathering, stories, crafts and harvest.
|Ukranian Canadian Association of Yukon
|Yukon’s Ukrainian Immigrants and Tragedy: Pueblo Mine and the Spirit of 1898
|A research survey to produce a narrative history for publication of the triumphs and tragedies of Ukrainian miners in the Yukon, from Dawson to the Copper Belt.
|Village of Carmacks
|Carmacks Klondike Culture Days
|Community festival that celebrates the unique culture and heritage of Klondike exploration in Carmacks and the associated region. Includes tours, live music, food trucks, regional artists, community BBQ, Fireworks display, and various activities.
|Village of Haines Junction
|Historical Mural Revitalization
|To provide a new exhibit mural/infographic signage in the main foyer presenting a balanced historical overview of the Kluane Region in the 1800s before the gold rush period utilizing perspectives of the First Nation, early explorers and map makers.
|Village of Mayo
|Mayo, Yukon – now and then video project phase 1
|Create a video of Mayo incorporating its past and present and the people who call it home.
|Whitehorse Aboriginal Women’s Circle
|YANSI History Project – Photo Segment
|A photo documentation component of a multi-phase project documenting the history of the Yukon Association of Non-Status Indians (YANSI) which represented Non-Status Yukon First Nations people in land claims and community development projects and is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
|Whitehorse Bike Kitchen Task Force
|Chain Whip – Community bike space
|Non-profit volunteer-run by-donation community bike repair space beside Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre.
|Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition
|Celebrating Yukon’s Untold Stories
|A research project and public photo exhibit at the Yukon Arts Centre community gallery documenting, honouring and creating awareness of Yukon history, culture and northern life stories from the perspective of residents with lived experience of poverty.
|Yukon Artists At Work Society
|20th Anniversary artists in the window
|Member artists that span Yukon Artists At Work’s 20 year history in the Yukon arts scene, including those not currently members, will demonstrate their artwork in the window at the Yukon Artists At Work Gallery and collect stories of the organization.
|Yukon Arts Centre
|Baby Belt Light Installation
|Metal backing, installation and electrical work components of the Baby Belt Light Installation created by Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in artist Jackie Olson to welcome patrons to the Yukon Arts Centre.
|Yukon Conservation Society
|Weaving Indigenous Perspectives into YCS’ Summer Interpretive Program
|The Yukon Conservation Society is enriching its annual Summer Interpretive Program through a partnership with Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre to deliver indigenous-led activities, outreach and education initiatives, to foster deeper connections to the Yukon’s natural and cultural heritage.
|Yukon Council of Archives
|YCA Yukon 125 Archival Film Festival Project
|YCA will host a public Yukon 125 Archival Film Festival in the fall of 2023 to showcase the rare moving images held by Yukon archival institutions including early 1940s Albee Family footage to be digitized by YCA as part of this YCA 125 Project.
|Yukon Film Society
|Yukon Theatre Neon Sign Restoration
|Rejuvenate and restore an iconic Whitehorse landmark – the neon sign on the historically significant Yukon Theatre on Wood Street.
|Yukon First Nation Culture & Tourism Association
|Dreaming Roots – Whitehorse and Yukon Community Tour
|Dreaming Roots, a spectacular, inspiring new Yukon Indigenous performance by and about Yukon first Nations people today, will be remounted and shared with youth and adults in at least 5 Yukon communities (Whitehorse, Old Crow, Dawson City, Mayo and Watson Lake)
|Yukon Little League
|Yukon Little League McIntyre community BBQ
|Yukon Little League wraps up its season by hosting a community celebration of its diverse league and relationship with Kwanlin Dün First Nation and Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.
|Yukon Order Of Pioneers, Grand Lodge
|Yukon Order Of Pioneers History research project Phase 1 and 2
|Two parts of a three-phase project to collect and analyze documentary evidence and oral history pertaining to the YOOP to prepare a manuscript for publication.
|Yukon Transportation Museum Society
|Our Airport Neighbourhood: YTM and Hillcrest 125 Signage
|The Yukon Transportation Museum will create commemorative signage in the front/unfenced exhibit and parking area about the history of the airport and Hillcrest areas. Signage appropriate to Hillcrest will be reprinted and installed in their community areas like the ice rink.
|Yukon Wildlife Preserve Operating Society
|Stories of Danny Nowlan
|Collect oral histories of how Danny Nowlan founded the Yukon Game Farm, then write a series of articles to share these stories.