Over the past years since the establishment of the Council, YCA has undertaken several commendable projects. Each project has produced exceptional results and defined the vast archival and record management landscape in the Yukon. This section features reports developed from Projects undertaken by YCA.
Yukon Archival Needs Assessment Report 2012
By Claire Daitch
This archival needs assessment report, prepared for the Yukon Council of Archives (YCA), is intended to document the development of archival programs and the extent of archival holdings amongst Yukon archival repositories. It analyzes the needs and priorities of institutions dedicated to preserving Yukon’s documentary heritage. This report also explores outreach and advisory models used by archival councils in nearby jurisdictions of Alberta, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories.
Update: Yukon Archival Needs Assessment Report 2016
By Fay Tangermann
The update is intended to document changes to archival programs and practices during the past four years, and identify the range of needs, plans and priorities of Yukon archival repositories. It is also to provide direction to YCA in its planning priorities to best support the Yukon’s archival community.
community archivist project phase 2 report 2017
by laura millar
This report outlines the work undertaken by the Community Archivist Laura Millar in August 2017 to support the Yukon Community Archivist Project, sponsored by the Yukon Community Development Fund. This Executive Summary provides an overview of project activities, followed by a summary of findings and recommendations.