The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations (CAFN) is a self governing First Nation with Traditional Territories in the Yukon Territory and Northern British Columbia, Canada. This page is the main starting point to learn more about CAFN.
We, the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations people and our government, shall promote a healthy, unified and self-reliant people, while conserving and enhancing our environment and culture.
CAFN letter (written submission) to the House of Commons Committee on
Aboriginal Affairs on Amendments to YESAA through Bill S6
DO YOU HAVE A WILL?
Have you been thinking it’s time to put an Enduring Power of Attorney in place?
CAFN has funding to help citizens with this now. Angie Charlebois is available to help on behalf of CAFN with lawyer Bhreagh Dabbs
Full Details Here
Will Instruction Questionnaire • Preparing an Enduring Power of Attorney
Call Angie Charlebois for information 867-332-0010. Will preparation questionnaires available by email or in person from Sharol or Sheila at the reception desks in both offices or email@example.com
CAFN NEEDS YOU!
Board and Committee Opportunities for CAFN Language, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee, CAFN Housing Committee, and Yukon Salmon Sub-Committee: deadline to apply is March 17, 2015.
Full Details Here • Boards and Committees Applications Here
IT’S TAX TIME!
NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS ON SETTLEMENT LAND
Champagne Interpretive Panels
The Language, Culture and Heritage Department
Is looking for OLD AND NEW CHAMPAGNE PHOTOS that include:
people • cabins • potlatches • rodeos • community gatherings and other events
We are collecting photos that may be considered for use on the
Interpretive Panels that will be located at the Champagne Road Rest Stop
KM 1504.5 on the Alaska Highway
If you have any photos to share or would like to know more about this project
please contact Sheila by phone or email
(867)456-6891 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for more information
Dákwänje Nàts’ùal Act (Language Act)
CAFN announces first Language Act of its kind in Canada – July 2014
Official Media Release
Gender Equity in Indian Registration Act (Bill C-3)
Information on the Gender Equity in Indian Registration Act and the
registration process can be found on INAC’s website: www.ainc-inac.gc.ca
HUNTING AND FISHING:
Your Harvesting Rights & Responsibilitiesas a Beneficiary of
Champagne and Aishihik First Nations
Click below to watch Mapping the Way, a 4-minute video
celebrating 20 years of First Nation Self-Government in Yukon
Celebrating 20 years of Self Government