Photos and Events


12/13/2018

When in Resolute and Arctic Bay, David delivered several Raise Your Voice: Self-Advocacy Workshops with youth and would like to thank everyone who attended. One of the highlights for David was meeting many young people who were curious and happy to speak with him about our office.

 

12/13/2018

Sherry and Sharon enjoyed chatting about life in the community with many friendly Kimmirummiut. Thank you to the high school students for their lively participation in the Raise Your Voice: Self-Advocacy Workshop. One of the most memorable moments was seeing a jet ski in the harbour shortly after a snow storm. What fun!

12/13/2018

While visiting Rankin Inlet, Lori delivered eight Raise Your Voice: Self-Advocacy Workshops for youth in grades 8 -12. Thank you to Maani Ulujuk Ilinniarvik, Pulaarvik Friendship Center, the drop in centre, and the Northern Store for accommodating Lori by providing space for workshop activities and the opportunity to spread awareness about child rights and the work of our office.

12/13/2018

While visiting Pond Inlet, Sharon really appreciated the friendly greetings and help she received from everyone she met. Thank you to all the children, youth and community members who visited the information table at the Co-op store and all of the youth who participated in the Raise Your Voice: Self-Advocacy Workshop at the high school.

 

12/13/2018

Arriving just as the school day ended, David received a very excited welcome from the students in the community. With the support of school staff, David organised two successful Raise Your Voice: Self-Advocacy Workshop. Thank you to everyone who attended the workshops. We really appreciated your enthusiastic participation!

08/07/2018
Lori and Christa enjoyed their busy days in Cambridge Bay meeting with service providers and youth, and hosting the Raise your Voice: Self Advocacy Workshop. We would like to thank Kitikmeot Inuit Association for allowing us to run our workshop in their spacious board room!
08/07/2018
Smiling, friendly faces greeted Lynn at many child and youth serving locations in Chesterfield Inlet, including the school, health centre, Naja Isabelle Home, hamlet, and RCMP.
08/07/2018
Christa really enjoyed her time in Clyde River meeting with service providers and the Ilisaqsivik Society. It was berry season during Christa’s visit and she was fortunate to be given a bag of delicious blackberries and blueberries.
02/03/2018
This was David’s first solo community visit as an Intern. The visit occurred during a cold snap which meant there weren’t many children around outside. However, everyone David did meet was curious about the work of the RCYO.
02/03/2018
Colby was greeted at the schools with open arms by staff that he has worked closely with since his last visit. The relationships formed in Kugluktuk have allowed our office and those working in the community to advocate for many children and youth here.

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