• KwänlinWhitehorse
  • Takhini River
  • Dä̀kwä̀kä̀daHaines Junction
  • ShadęlChampagne
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  • Lu ghäKlukshu

Notice to CAFN Assistant Trappers

Call for Applicants – Open Competition to all interested CAFN Assistant Trappers CAFN Renewable Resources is now accepting assistant trapper’s Letters of Interest for CAFN’s Group Traplines up until 4:30 p.m. on October 14, 2022 for the 2022/2023 Trapping...
Sambay (sockeye) Fisheries Update

Sambay (sockeye) Fisheries Update

Alsek and Klukshu River system Heritage, Lands & Resources (CAFN) The latest sambay (sockeye) salmon counts have exceeded the pre-season forecast and the run is only approximately 50% complete! As of August 29th, approximately 15,708 sambay (sockeye) were counted...

Notice to CAFN Citizens

CAFN Annual General Assembly – NŁÄSHĒJEL July 21-24, 2022 at Takhini River This year, 2022, is the Constitutional review year and CAFN’s Constitutional Registrar (Nichole Williams) has received two (2) proposed Constitutional Amendments. A Constitutional Committee has...

CHWB fund Policy review

CHWB POLICY AND APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2022-2023 FISCAL YEAR ARE BEING REVISED. The opening for the fund will be available in June 2022. For additional details on the CHWB funds please visit:...

2022 Constitutional Review Update

The Champagne Aishihik First Nations (“CAFN”) Constitution was last reviewed and amended in 2017. The Constitution may be reviewed, and amendments considered, every 5 years, making this year, 2022, the year for proposed amendments. CAFN Citizens may submit proposed...

NOTICE: Land Applications

NOTICE TO CAFN CITIZENS LAND APPLICATIONS The following land applications will be reviewed by the CAFN Lands Committee on March 28th, 2022. Denise Hume            Pine Lake                              on  R-25B       Residential Lindsay Chambers   ...