In respecting our grandmothers and grandfathers’ words, let’s do our part to keep this legacy alive and protect bears
Community Services has released a notice in response to the number of inquires they receive as it relates to the household and curbside garbage collection in the McIntyre Subdivision and Crow/Swan Streets.
On May 15, 2020, the Yukon Government released its plan for easing COVID-19 restrictions. KDFN is currently reviewing the plan for potential impacts on programs and services and will have more information in the coming days.
This page is the best place to learn about Kwanlin Dün First Nation service delivery throughout the COVID-19 (coronavirus) global pandemic.
Updated May 1, 2020
The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) is a group of volunteers who help modest income individuals file their taxes for free. Due to physical distancing, these volunteers are working from home. To access this service
With so much information in the media about masks, it can be hard to know if you should wear one. Let’s start by looking at the three common types of masks
On March 27, 2020, the Kwanlin Dün First Nation Council passed COVID-19 relief measures for all Kwanlin Dün citizens. The deadline for all COVID-19 Relief applications, other than April rent/mortgage relief (May 31), is June 30, 2020.
Final results for office of Chief (1) : Final results for office of Councillor (6) :
A draft report, Auntie’s House Community Conversations – What We Heard, is now available. It summarizes all of the feedback collected in Phase I of this consultation.
Naloxone kits and training are available at KDFN Health Centre at nursing drop-in clinic and all is confidential. If you know someone who uses street drugs,