Educational Resources

Educational Resources

Mapping the Way has a number of resources available for order or loan that can be used at events or in classrooms.



For showing in classrooms, workplaces, meetings, conferences, cultural and heritage centres or at special events.

1 video – 4 minutes, celebrating Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow and Yukon’s self-government story – available on USB and online

10 video vignettes – 2-4 minutes each, featuring some of the “Children of Tomorrow” sharing their thoughts on the past, present and future of the Yukon Agreements – available online

1 minute historic news broadcast from 1973 on the presentation of Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau – available online


Can be played at listening stations for special events, used in school research assignments, material for professional development, etc.

10 podcast interviews with some of the key people involved in Yukon First Nation land claim and self-government negotiations and implementation sharing their stories in their own words


Timeline of Yukon First Nations land claims and self-government for display, reference, school learning activities and professional development.

Short, engaging timeline of the history and content of Yukon First Nations land claim and self-government agreements.

  • Medium laminated posters, and smaller card stock handouts available upon request
  • Also available online in HTML, PDF and printable formats

Exhibit – short version

For short or medium- term loans, as part of regular ongoing programming, or for special events.

Short version of the exhibit described below

  • 6 pop up displays - approx. 20 feet across when displayed
  • Display space must be indoors or sheltered from the elements
  • Available in English and French

Exhibit – full-length

For long-term loans (2 months +) as part of regular ongoing programming, or for special events.

Permanent display may also be considered.

A more in depth history of Yukon First Nation land claims and self- government including a timeline beginning in the early 1900s, including Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow, the Umbrella Final Agreement, one panel for each Self-Governing Yukon First Nation, and land claim and self-government implementation

Bilingual English and French vinyl panels with grommets in the four corners to support hanging with nails – need 60 feet of wall space

Promotional items

To give away in conjunction with the display of one or more products above, or separately, quantities permitting.

  • “I Love Yukon First Nation Self-Government” pins, stickers, water bottles, or hoodies and bags
  • “Mapping the Way: Yukon First Nation Self-Government” USBs with videos, luggage tags, rack cards, book marks
  • “Voices of Vision” posters, postcards and bookmarks