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 »
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 »
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 »
DRFN’s Finance Manager and Senior Financial Officer recognized as a Metis person with a Chartered Professional Accountant designation
In the summer of 2022, Sydney Dressler, DRFN’s Finance Manager and Senior Financial Officer, was recognized as a Metis person with a Chartered Professional Accountant… Read more »
Doig River First Nation receives Financial Management System Certification
DOIG RIVER, B.C. — Doig River First Nation says its newly achieved certificate from the First Nations Financial Management Board (FMB) is a “significant accomplishment”… Read more »
Trail Acko – Doig River’s newest drummer in training
Trail Acko is DRFN’s newest and youngest drummers in training with the DRFN Drummers. In an interview with him, we learn about how his training… Read more »
Jasmine conducts roadside check with CO’s and RCMP regarding fishing and hunting regulations
In early August, Jasmine Pouce Coupe partook in a roadside check with RCMP and Conservation Officers to ensure people were complying with fishing and hunting… Read more »
Introducing one of DRFN’s new community development business advisors – Will Fong
For the past 14 years, I’ve served as a trusted advisor to First Nations, indigenous organizations, and indigenous businesses. Most recently I served as a… Read more »