Mens Gathering

Join us every Thursday for a men’s gathering. 5 to 8 p.m. at 405 Ogilvie St. Hang out, eat good food, and join in on a crib tournament for a chance to win prizes! For more info, phone Charles at 867-332-6847 or Julien at 867-332-4687.

Nā Tän (medicine trail)

Hey KDFN! Join KDFN’s Pathways to Empowerment every Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for Nā Tän (medicine trail). We will connect with the land, teach, learn, and discover the gifts our boreal forest has to offer. Meet at Kenädän Kų̀ House of Learning. Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes.…

EOI – Project Manager

Deadline to apply extended to June 14! Contact: krista.dempster@kdfn.net   This project manager will support culturally relevant programs for Dusk’a Head Start Family Learning Centre. Must be able to: Facilitate meetings, discussions, and training/workshops; Work in a team environment; Research, compile, report on data gathered; Speaking or learning Southern Tutchone, Northern Tutchone, Tlingit and Tagish…

KDFN tenants, please update your information

Community Services is hard at work making sure your information is up to date. This is something that may not have been done since you first signed your tenancy agreement. According to the KDFN housing policy, agreements are supposed to be updated yearly. Your rent will not change. Housing liaison support workers are working to…

Chief Smith represents KDFN at Intergovernmental Leaders’ Forum

Ak’an dzenu shäwthan KDFN! Chief Sean Uyenets’echᶖa Smith is in Gatineau, Quebec this week for the second Intergovernmental Leaders’ Forum. The forum is a meeting with Indigenous leaders, modern treaty holders, self-governing Indigenous governments, and the Prime Minister. As the forum wraps up, Chief Smith will deliver closing remarks with Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Chair/CEO Duane…