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July 29, 2021

Doig River First Nation and City sign Municipal Services Agreement

July 29, 2021 (Source: City of FSJ) Building off the Memorandum of Understanding on Development and Services, signed in 2020, and… Read more »

November 14, 2022

Giuseppe Amatulli’s PhD thesis on DRFN now available

My PhD thesis is finally available on the PhD e-theses page of Durham University. This ethnography is the result of many… Read more »

October 28, 2022

Welcome Christine Wheeler, DRFN’s Early Childhood Educator

Hi everyone – my name is Christine Wheeler and I am the new Early Childhood Educator for Tsaa Natsadle.I have always had a passion for… Read more »

October 28, 2022

DRFN Community Engagement Session on the Ridington Archive Collection

Please note the location has been changed from the church to the gym. Are you interested in DRFN history? This is an opportunity to get… Read more »

October 28, 2022

DRFN reduced debt, received certification in 2021-22

“Thanks to our staff, legal, consultants and Council that work together to build a healthy and self-reliant First Nation. Proud to be part of a… Read more »

October 20, 2022

Dream@Naache Commons website launched!

Doig River First Nations has set up a temporary website to help us better communicate with prospective Board members and tenants. Visit the website… Read more »

October 20, 2022

Interested in leasing at Naache Commons, one of Doig River First Nations’ FSJ urban reserves?

On Indigenous Peoples Day, the Doig River First Nation introduced the Fort St. John community to Naache Commons – a new development that would exist… Read more »

October 20, 2022

Call for Directors for Gat Tah Kwą Development Corporation

On June 30, 2022 – Indigenous Peoples Day – the Doig River First Nation held a celebration on 8 acres of property that forms… Read more »

October 13, 2022

Acknowledging National Truth and Reconciliation Day and hosting the annual World Cafe

On Thursday, September 29th, Doig acknowledged Truth and Reconciliation Day and hosted its annual World Cafe. There was a sea of orange, drumming and a… Read more »

October 13, 2022

Emergency Management Training

Thanks so much to everyone who participated in the mock EOC (emergency operations centre) that took place in the gym today (Tuesday, October 4, 2022). Read more »

October 13, 2022

Congrats to everyone who completed the Level 1 Power Saw Safety Training

Congratulations to the crew that completed their Level 1 Power Saw Operator Safety Training! Thank you to the instructor Murray Sanders, Celtic Reforestation Services Ltd. Read more »

September 28, 2022

Welcome DRFN’s new Executive Assistant, Lacey Beaumont!

Welcome to the team Lacey!  “Hello all, my name is Lacey Beaumont and some of you may also recognize my maiden name, Dool. I am… Read more »

September 28, 2022

Amy & Madeline complete Indigenous Educator Training Certificates!

Congratulations to both Amy Acko and Madeline Oker, of the Cultural and Heritage Resources and Language Department for completing their certificates in Indigenous Educator Training!… Read more »

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