CFN is seeking a Program Manager to guide the programs, activities and budgets of the Coastal Stewardship Network.
Reconciliation Canada gatherings to honour the 215 children found buried on the grounds Kamloops Residential School
Join Reconciliation Canada for the next three days of gatherings to honour the 215 children who were found buried on the grounds of the Kamloops (Tk’emlups) Residential School. All three…
In the Great Bear Rainforest, agreements between First Nations and the provincial government to protect and steward ecosystems have made Coastal First Nations the biggest seller of forest-based carbon offsets in Canada.
To find out if invasive species are threatening birds in their territories, the Kitasoo-Xai’xais, Metlakatla and Wuikinuxv Nations partnered with Birds Canada on a three-year research project to learn more.
Coastal First Nations has an exciting opportunity for a permanent, full-time Projects Assistant.
Coastal First Nations congratulates the Marine Plan Partnership (MaPP) on receiving the BC Reconciliation Award.
As the pandemic grinds into year two, Guardians and stewards in coastal First Nations continue to do the important work they love—protecting and restoring the natural and cultural heritage of their territories.
CFN-GBI is seeking a Senior Communications Officer, to help create quality content for communication materials on Great Bear Initiative projects.
CFN appoints Christine Smith-Martin to the position of Executive Director, effective Feb 15, 2021.