REEES: In the Field

The REEES heads North (way, way north) in time for the holidays

They said they’d do it, and they did — despite broken-down vehicles and some truly bone-chilling weather. In our last post we wrote about the efforts of our Regional Partners in the Yukon to complete the Youth portion of the REEES in their region before the end of the year. Well, we’re happy to report that Nyla Klugie-Migwans, Yukon’s REEES Regional Coordinator, and her team met that goal – and with time to spare! On December 18, Nyla and... Read more

The REEES gets a running start in the Yukon

One down, 249 to go! It’s been a long time coming, but after months of planning and preparation we’re happy to announce that the REEES has been officially rolled out! On Thursday November 14 the Yukon became the first region in Canada to conduct the REEES, bringing the brand-new national survey to a group of students from the Carcross Tagish First Nation in the town of Cacross, located just south of Whitehorse. The survey team, led by Alex... Read more

Get to know the REEES

Welcome to REEES: In the Field, a new blog on that will keep you up-to-date and informed on all the latest news related to the First Nations Regional Early Childhood, Education and Employment Survey (FNREEES, or REEES for short). The REEES (hint: it rhymes with “threes”) is a new national survey being carried out by the First Nations Information Governance Centre and its Regional Partners that will gather important information about... Read more