Published:January 6, 2015
The Ontario Arts Foundation and The Gordon Foundation are pleased to announce the 2014 grants from the Elizabeth L. Gordon Art Program.
Impact and benefit agreement workshop looks to arm Yukon First Nations with negotiating tools, and learn from local experience
Published:August 13, 2014
WHITEHORSE – The Firelight Group and Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation will welcome Yukon First Nation leaders and managers of lands, resources and heritage departments to Whitehorse on Aug. 13, 2014, for a one-day Impact and Benefit Agreement (IBA) and Negotiation Workshop. The workshop will be led by negotiation experts from across the country.
Published:January 9, 2014
The next cohort of Fellows has been selected! Learn more about them here.
Published:December 5, 2013
Emergency preparedness in Yukon will be the focus of a day-long meeting in Whitehorse on December 11, where members of the public are being asked to share the ways in which climate change is impacting their ability to prepare for and conduct search and rescue operations on the land.
Published:October 31, 2013
Public meetings were held in the Yellowknife area on Nov. 5-6 to seek input on how climate change affects emergency preparedness.
Published:May 10, 2013
Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program highlights the need to strengthen emergency response capabilities as Canada's focus turns North.
Published:February 14, 2013
The Gordon Foundation applauds our Members of Parliament for unanimously passing Bill C-383.
Published:February 7, 2013
The Munk-Gordon Arctic Speaker Series at the University of Toronto is pleased to host The Honourable Darrell Pasloski, speaking on the topic of “A Decade of Devolution – What’s Next for Yukon?”
Arctic security conference gives a voice to Inuit looking for people-focused policies in Canada’s North
Published:January 25, 2013
The Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program is hosting its third annual conference, “Arctic Peoples and Security.” Taking place in Toronto over two days next week, the conference will create an opportunity for dialogue between Arctic residents, experts and decision-makers who will work together towards improving Canada’s Arctic security public policy. It will also give a voice to emerging leaders who will add a fresh perspective to these important debates.
Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program reacts to Prime Minister’s announcement of Minister Aglukkaq as Arctic Council Chair
Published:August 23, 2012
The Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program welcomes the Prime Minister’s announcement from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut today that the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health and Minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency, has been appointed Minister to the Arctic Council.