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May 12, 2021

DRFN presents solar projects at BC First Nations Clean Energy Summit

In November 2020, DRFN participated in a virtual conference to share information about the solar initiatives it has undertaken to reduce energy costs in the… Read more »

October 13, 2020

Solar panels being installed

Our solar panel crew has been busy getting solar panels installed on 10 on-reserve homes. This will significantly reduce the hydro costs for homeowners. Check… Read more »

October 13, 2020

Super-wifi being installed

Our super-wifi project is underway! Once the towers are up and running, our cell and wifi service will be significantly improved. Check out this video… Read more »

September 30, 2020

Orange Shirt Day 2020

DRFN Staff are passionate about acknowledging and promoting Orange Shirt Day. Photo: DRFN, Sep 20, 2020. The Story of Orange Shirt Day The article below… Read more »

August 5, 2020

CFR Chemicals Inc. Signs Partnership Agreement with Doig River First Nation Company

August 5, 2020 CFR Chemicals Inc. is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership agreement with UUJO Developments LP (a Doig River… Read more »

June 30, 2020

Elder and Youth Hike

On June 24th, several DRFN Elders taught community youth about nature, culture and tradition on a hike in the forest. A beautiful day for sharing… Read more »

June 25, 2020

First Nation Education Agreements Signed

School District 60 signed Monday a pair of local education agreements with the Doig River and Halfway River First Nations. The school district says the… Read more »

June 10, 2020

DRFN’s COVID-19 Information

DRFN’s COVID-19 RESPONSE Self-Assessment Complete the following questions: 1. Are you are feeling unwell with any of the following symptoms? Fever, new cough or difficulty… Read more »

June 10, 2020

Community Garden Preparation Underway

Community Garden We are very excited to begin a community garden at DRFN. In early 2020, we received funding from a food security grant administered… Read more »

May 13, 2020

$120 million for orphan wells

Premier John Horgan announced Wednesday $120 million in funding to clean up 2,000 dormant and orphan wells in northern B.C. May 13, 2020 3:47 PM… Read more »

December 16, 2016

Madziih (Caribou) Tsáá? Ché Ne Dane Traditional Knowledge and Restoration Study

Traditional knowledge needed to bring back B.C. caribou (Source, David Suzuki Foundation) VANCOUVER, DECEMBER 6, 2016 — Traditional ecological knowledge offers… Read more »

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