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Jan 27, 2023
Participants getting close look at Indigenous-led projects
Young people from all over the country are in Whitehorse this week to take part in an Indigenous clean energy conference.
The youth participants, aged 18 to 30, are visiting the Yukon through a program called Generation Power, which offers career training for young people wanting to get involved in the clean energy field.
This year’s participants have been taking part in online training courses that started in the fall. This is the first time the cohort has had the chance to meet in person.
“It all kind of comes together in one week of learning, as well as experiences on the land and experiences seeing some clean energy projects in the area,” said Kayla Nolan, one of the program’s co-managers.
Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/whitehorse-indigenous-clean-energy-conference-1.6727777