Are you active in Yukon’s Indigenous culture and tourism sector? Whether you represent an organization, work in Indigenous culture or tourism, or are simply interested in Indigenous culture and tourism in Yukon, we want to hear from you!
Please click here to access the survey.
The Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association (YFNCT) is a non-profit, stakeholder-based organization that is committed to growing and promoting vibrant and sustainable arts/culture and tourism sectors.
YFNCT, in partnership with Nordicity, is conducting a study of Yukon’s Indigenous culture and tourism sector. With your help, we will estimate the social and economic impact of the industry and gain valuable insights on the labour market, trends, opportunities and challenges.
By completing this survey, you could win one of the following prizes!
1. Two round-trip airfares with Air North, Yukon’s Airline
2. $200 gift certificate for Adäka Festival workshops
3. 2 tickets to a main stage event at the Adäka Festival
The survey questionnaire should take between 15 and 20 minutes to complete. Be sure to finish your response before February 21st, 2020.
If you represent an organization, this survey is best undertaken by someone with knowledge of your organization’s operations and finances (such as the owner/proprietor or accountant). To help you prepare your answers, you’ll need access to information about your organization’s:
- Area of work (outdoor, accommodation, visual or performing arts);
- Revenue (top-line revenue, share from different services/products);
- Expenditures (payroll, expenses);
- Employment trends (recruitment, gender and ethnic diversity).
All survey responses collected as part of this study will be held confidentially by Nordicity on secure, Canadian-based servers. Individual responses will never be shared with YFNCT, or anyone else.
If you have any issues or challenges with the questionnaire, please contact Chad Rickaby of Nordicity at email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your contribution to this impact study of Indigenous culture and tourism in Yukon!