Your CLFNS Announcements
Given the crucial importance of addressing the deficiencies in the current Election Law, Chief and Council have resolved to hold one last referendum, using a new and different approach.
On Friday, March 29th, Our Livelihood for a Livelihood students graduated from their 6 month course. We are so proud of the effort put forth by these motivated individuals!
On Saturday, March 23rd, Cold Lake First Nations came together with
Concordia University of Edmonton to host a Partnership Celebration & Tea Dance.
If you made an IAP or ADR claim for compensation for residential school abuse, the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement says that you can save your IAP or ADR records for history, public education and research at the National Centre for Truth...
SEEKING JUSTICE FOR DAY SCHOOL SURVIVORS AND THEIR FAMILIES:THE INDIAN DAY SCHOOLS CLASS ACTIONGarry Leslie Mclean, Roger Augustine, Angela Elizabeth Simone Sampson,Margaret Anne Swan, and Mariette Lucille Buckshot v Her Majesty The QueenMcLean v Canada is...
Our Community Christmas Dinner in LeGoff on December 19th was a hit!Santa's reindeer were busy resting up for Christmas night, so Santa and Mrs. Claus flew into the LeGoff Christmas party in a helicopter!The kids were thrilled to see Santa, take photos...
Attn Members: The Application form for the 2018 Children's Christmas Gift Program has been posted. Forms can also be picked up at the CLFN Admin Office. Applications must be received by December 8th, 2018