• Chase became the first Yukon resident to receive fully funded gender affirming surgery. He had top surgery after nearly two years of lobbying  the Yukon Territorial Government for funding and filing human rights complaint (Surgery was July. 6th 2016)
  • Partnered with the City of Whitehorse for a Historical Flag raising ceremony in which the Transgender Flag was raised for the first time in the Yukon Territory (June 23, 2016)
  • Featured in Airbnb's #hostwithpride campaign days after the tragic assault on the LGBTQ+ community along with two other beautiful stories of finding community, love and acceptance in unlikely places (June, 2016)
  • Advocating with Yukon Government to have gender non-conforming individuals represented on their Gender Equality Website (April 2016 ongoing)
  • Co-presented on the topic of Northern Congeniality and Being Trans at Moving Trans Histories Forward at the University of Victoria, The largest Transgender conference in Canadian history (March 2016)
  • Featured on Rogers Hometown Hockey Yukon tour speaking to community, transgender inclusivity and the International Olympic Committee's decision to revise their policies, making it easier for transgender athletes to compete at an international level. (Jan. 2016)
  • Advocated for and consulted with Yukon College on the establishment of gender inclusive washroom facilities and appropriate terminology (Jan, 2016)
  • Nominated Vice President of the Yukon Employees Union (Public Service Alliance of Canada) P.S.A.C Pride Committee (November 2015 ongoing)
  • Founded All Genders Yukon.  All Genders Yukon is an apolitical support group for individuals exploring gender identity and/or expression outside the gender binary system, and for the people who love them.  All Genders Yukon meets once or twice a month and services the entire Yukon Territory. It includes a confidential internet service to support Yukoners who are geographically isolated in rural communities (October 2015 ongoing)
  • Successfully lobbied the Yukon Legislative Assembly under a Yukon Party Government (Conservative) to pass a motion to amend the Yukon Human Rights Act to include gender identity and expression as explicitly protected grounds the next time the Human Act is reviewed (May 2015)
  • Partners with the City of Whitehorse to create and deliver LGBTQI+ Inclusive Workplaces Training all 400+ City of Whitehorse Employees, Managers, directors, Councillors and Mayor. This training program becomes mandatory training for all city employees and is offered on an ongoing basis (Nov. 2015 ongoing)
  • Names as one of 34 youth in Canada to the Youth Advisory Group on the Canadian Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [CCUNESCO] (Sept. 2015 ongoing)
  • Marched in the Yukon Pride parade openly as transgender, marking the first time the transgender flag appeared in a Yukon Pride parade (June 2014)
  • In response to Chase announcing his transition publicly and with desire to continue to play hockey, the Whitehorse Women’s Hockey Association created a fully inclusive transgender policy welcoming anybody who was assigned female at birth or who lives and identifies as a woman into the league. This set a national precedent in Canada Adult Recreational Hockey Associations, forever changing the landscape of transgender inclusion in adult recreational sports (December 2014) 
  • Gave the opening address to dignitaries, ministers and citizens at the United Nations Convention on Rights of Persons With Disabilities, speaking to the experience of individuals with invisible disabilities. (December 2014)
  • Publicly announced his identity via a video he posted to social media in which he identified himself as a transgender person and shared that he would medically transition to living authentically as a transman (September 8th, 2014)
  • Organizing member of “24 hours of Gaylight.”  The Yukon Territories First Pride Parade, held in Whitehorse Yukon during summer solstice (June 2013)