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December 31, 2022

Doig River sparks challenge to raise money for local non-profits

Source: Energeticcity.ca by Shailynn Foster December 9, 2022 FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Doig River First Nation recently sparked a… Read more »

December 31, 2022

Memories of seasonal hunting through eyes of an Elder

Source: Energeticcity.ca by Manavpreet Singh December 19, 2022 Updated December 20, 2022 DOIG RIVER, B.C. — According to a Doig River First… Read more »

December 31, 2022

A year in review: Doig’s cultural events at a glance

Source: Energeticcity.ca by Manavpreet Singh DOIG RIVER, B.C. — From Doig Day to the Kema Experience, 2022 featured the return of… Read more »

December 10, 2022

GIS Coordinator Job Posting

Join Doig River First Nation as GIS Coordinator and become an integral part of a growing First Nation. The GIS coordinator will work closely with… Read more »

December 4, 2022

Doig River seeking amendments to NEBC Pipeline hearing

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Representatives from Doig River First Nation had a discussion with Canada Energy Regulators (CER) earlier this week about amendments to… Read more »

December 1, 2022

Youth Drum Making Workshop held at DRFN

A Drum Making Workshop has been held on certain nights of the week during November and December 2022. Organized by Trail Acko and Teresa Theilen,… Read more »

December 1, 2022

Welcome to the Lands Department Tyson Solmonson

“Hi everyone, my name is Tyson Solmonson, and I am the new Program Coordinator for the Lands Department. I have a BSc in Natural Resource… 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 »

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