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Welcome to the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations government website

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.

From the Community

Stay updated! Check this site for the latest news, event announcements, and opportunities within CAFN.

Champagne Modified Transfer Station 2015

Job Postings

  • Fire Smart Crew Leader (1) one / Fire Smart Crew (4) four

    Fire Smart Crew Leader (1) Casual Full Time – October 17, 2016 – November 18, 2016 (approximately) Level 5A – $25.26 Location: Haines Junction Under

  • Case Manager

    Case Manager Full Time Salary: $63,841.55 – $74,685.58 Level 7 Location: Haines Junction Brief description Reporting to the Wellness Director, this position is responsible for

  • Accounts Payable Clerk

    Accounts Payable Clerk Term Full time (for up to a maximum of 52 weeks for Maternity Leave Replacement) Salary: $49,249.18 – $57,614.57 level 5 Location:

Welcome to Da Kų, – “Our House” – CAFN’s new cultural centre located in Dakwäkäda (Haines Junction), Yukon Territory.

Da Kų is a gathering place that recognizes and celebrates the cultural contributions and way of life of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations people – the places we come from, the traditions and languages we carry, and the arts we practice and perform.

Visitors are welcome to Da Kų for the opportunity to learn about and experience our culture.

Upcoming Events

Sep 28

Hidden Warrior Workshop

September 26 - September 28
Sep 30

Chief and Council Meeting

September 30 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

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If you are planning an event within the CAFN community that you’d like to share, please let us know. Use the form to submit the details of your event.

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Learn more about Yukon’s Journey to First Nation Self-Government

Since 1995, 11 of Yukon’s First Nations have become self-governing, and account for more than half of self-governing First Nations in Canada.  The Mapping the Way campaign celebrates and raises awareness about Yukon First Nation land claims and self-government.

The Implementation Working Group has launched a new online resource that tells the story of Yukon’s Journey to First Nations Self-Government Agreements through video, audio and photos.

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 Dave Joe, Elijah Smith, Frankie Jim and Kathy Birckel

Some of the key people who helped negotiate our agreements share their stories in their own words, including CAFN Citizen Dave Joe.

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