Hey KDFN! Congratulations to Gary Smarch, Albert Smith, and Kenneth Coyne for winning the Air North prize draw at the KDFN Citizen Housing Strategy Drop In! Shä̀w níthän, gunałchÎsh, másin cho, and thank you to everyone who came out and entered the draw. Your feedback will help shape the future of KDFN housing…
The Takhini River Sonar Project helps Kwanlin Dün First Nation make salmon conservation decisions.
This summer, KDFN piloted a new program to remove and recycle end-of-life vehicles abandoned on our Settlement Land.
Youth Rec after-School programming will end on Thursday, December 15 for the holiday break. There will be no programming on Friday, December 16. We will resume on Tuesday, January 10. See you after the break!
KDFN’s RCMP team and Justice team work closely together to support community safety and connections.
At the first workshop, KDFN Citizens came together to use Indigenous stories and values to work through real-life problems and bring forward KDFN Indigenous laws.
Hey KDFN! A Lights of Life tree has been put up at Natsékhi Kų̀ Health Centre. Lights of Life is a way to remember our loved ones who’ve passed on. We invite you to stop by and hang a tag on the tree in memory of those you’re missing. You can do so…
KDFN Citizens and Beneficiaries! Apply to join the KDFN Whitehorse Water-Use Relicensing Project Community Advisory Committee. The Water-Use Licence for the Whitehorse dams will expire in 2025. To continue operating the dams, Yukon Energy Corporation must go through a process to renew this licence. KDFN is involved in the relicensing process to: Ensure that KDFN’s…
KDFN hosts first basketball camp.
This past spring and summer, Youth Rec paddled, snorkeled, and went to Moosehide Gathering!