Exhibits on Yukon's history of land claims and self-government
Mapping the Way has two exhibits that are available for short and long term loans. If you would like to loan the exhibit for a meeting, conference, course or display, please contact us.
Both exhibits give a brief 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, and the Umbrella Final Agreement.
Exhibit - Short Version:
The short version is available for short or medium term loans, depending on demand.
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 Version:
The full version is available for long-term loans (2 months +) and permanent displays may also be considered.
Includes one panel for each Self-Governing Yukon First Nation, and a section highlighting land claim and self-government implementation
Bilingual (English and French) vinyl panels with grommets in the four corners to support hanging with finishing nails
Requires approx. 60 feet of available wall space