Help preserve Chinook and improve the salmon population for future generations

Kwanlin Dün First Nation is asking Beneficiaries and Citizens not to harvest Chinook this season.   Low spawning numbers and seasonally high water are endangering the salmon population.   Questions? Contact Brandy Mayes, Operations Manager of Heritage Lands and Resources. Call: 867-336-3316, or email: brandy.mayes@kdfn.net.   Read more about how KDFN is working to revive…

Learning the tools of the trades

From early 2020 to March 2021, five KDFN citizens learned basic skills in carpentry, electrical and plumbing by actually working on a KDFN home, located at 11 Hanna Road. The Housing Maintainer Program is designed to teach students how to do repairs on their own homes, and also give them skills and confidence that can…

Reach out for support

This continues to be a difficult time for many. We remind you it’s important to be kind to each other and to reach out for support if you need it. You are not alone. • KDFN’s Natsékhi Kų̀ Health Centre Information and support for KDFN Citizens on mental wellness supports and general health info. Mon…

KDFN Council has repealed Directive on entering workplaces

KDFN Council has lifted COVID-19 Emergency Directive #1 for entering KDFN buildings and workplaces. That means fully vaccinated* KDFN staff and clients/visitors can enter KDFN workplaces immediately after travelling outside Yukon. *Fully vaccinated means you’ve had both doses of vaccine and 2 weeks have passed since your final dose. But, remember the YG requirements still…