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The DFN Personnel and Administration Policy ensures a consistent approach to conducting the regional office.
Explains the application process to access Master Trust funding.
The Memorial Awards and Scholarships provide support for post-secondary advancement of Dehcho Dene.
The Camp Set-Up booklet describes the process for setting up a tent and the benefits of spruce bough matting...
The Dene Laws booklet describes the Dene Laws and their benefits for all people in English and Dene Zhatie.
The Dene Laws & Stories booklet describes the Dene Laws and imparts wisdom from Dene Elders in English and...
The Dene Laws booklet describes the process for preparing a moose hide in English and Dene Zhatie.
The Plant Wisdom booklet describes harvesting and the benefits of plant harvesting in English and Dene Zhatie.
The Dene Laws booklet describes the use and benefits of spruce trees in English and Dene Zhatie.
The Indigenous Skills and Employment Training Program (ISET) Program is designed to help prepare for, and find high-demand jobs.
January Newsletter: Volume 1, Issue 1.
A video about the 2019 Dehcho Youth Ecology Camp.
The Katlodeeche Dene Wellness Center hosts the Dene Zhatie Sharing Gathering in October.
March 19-21: “Zhǫt’ǫ́h Dáts’edı̨ndí”.
Details about the Leo Norwegian Memorial Scholarship.
Details about the 2018-2019 Mentor-Apprentice Program. Closed.
Details about the NorZinc Scholarship.
Notice to retain the 2018-2019 Resource Royalty Funds to be invested on behalf of the region.
Information about annual scholarships available to DFN members pursuing post-secondary training and education.
Awards $86,000 to 43 Recipients.
Rescinds the 2018 February Leadership resolution in favor of the 2017 Annual Assembly resolution.
Seeks legal opinion and support to ensure Dehcho Dene equality regardless of Indian act status throughout Canada.
Redirects Undah Gogha funds to renovate T’elemia Camp.
Seeks legal opinions on options to resist GNWT land lease fees increases.
Calls on Canada to provide funding so that communities may consult on the draft AiP.
Provides guidance for conduct of future Dehcho assemblies.
Awards $70,000 to 32 recipients.
The agreement established between DFN and Canada to protect Edéhzhíe.