'Empowering our people through land ownership': Kwanlin Dün First Nation holds first land lottery


Kwanlin Dün citizens and beneficiaries will have the chance to lease one of five residential lots in the Porter Creek neighborhood of Whitehorse for 125 years at below market prices and build a home thanks to the Kwanlin Dün First Nation’s (KDFN) first land lottery.

It’s the first time the nation has put parcels of settlement land up for lottery since the Kwanlin Dün’s Lands Act came into effect in October 2020. This act sets rules for the allocation and use of 1,042 square kilometres of KDFN settlement land in Yukon and allows the First Nation to allocate land to citizens for free.

Lottery winners will have the opportunity to lease one of the lots

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