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Welcome to the AAC website!

The Arctic Athabaskan Council (AAC) is an international treaty organization established to defend the rights and further the interests internationally of American and Canadian Athabaskan members First Nation governments in the eight-nation Arctic Council and other international fora. AAC is an authorized "Permanent Participant" in the Arctic Council. In addition, AAC seeks to foster a greater understanding of the shared heritage of Athabaskan peoples of the Arctic North America.

Support Us!

The mandate and purpose of the Arctic Athabaskan Council is to defend the rights and further the interests of Athabaskan peoples internationally, but our work benefits all who want to protect the natural environment in the Arctic, and also around the globe. This is why we hope you will help us. The AAC Educational Foundation--charity number--81971 3298 RR001--will issue tax creditable receipts quickly and efficiently for all gifts and donations. If you want to help us please CONTACT US!

Arctic Athabaskan Council

ADDRESS:
MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS:

Arctic Athabaskan Council
300 Range Rd, PO Box 39
Whitehorse STN C S C
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 5X9
Canada
Phone: +1 867 335 6030
 

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