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The purpose of the Association of Yukon Communities (AYC) is to further the establishment of responsible government at the community level and to provide a united approach to community ambitions. AYC assists communities in their endeavour to achieve and sustain strong and effective local government, thereby improving the quality of life for all of the people of the Territory.

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AYC ELECTS NEW EXECUTIVE AT AGM MAY 14, 2022

The Association held its Annual General Meeting and conference on May 13 & 14, 2022.AYC is excited to announce their new Executive. 

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From left to right: Past President Gord Curran (Mayor of Teslin), 2nd VP Doris Hansen (Councillor Village of Carmacks), President Ted Laking (Councillor City of Whitehorse) and 1st VP Lauren Hanchar (Councillor Town of Watson Lake). 



AYC Donates $1,950 to the Whitehorse Food Bank

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City of Whitehorse Mayor Laura Cabott presents a $1,950 cheque to the Whitehorse Food Bank. 
The Executive of AYC passed a motion to present each of the Mayors and Councillors who served during these unprecedented times with a gift to thank them for their service. To support local businesses who have been struggling through the pandemic, each elected official was given a gift certificate to the local business of their choice. Many of the officials donated their gift certificates to the Food Bank instead. $250 was donated to the Dawson Food Bank, $50 to the Help and Hope Society in Watson Lake and $1,950 to the Whitehorse Food Bank. 



YUKON MUNICIPAL AND LOCAL ADVISORY COUNCIL (LAC) ELECTIONS OCTOBER 21, 2021


 Results of 2021 Municipal and LAC Elections




MMIWG2S Final report and YTAB Presentations on April 12 2021


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