In the face of COVID-19, CFN President Marilyn Slett says it’s important we remain calm, show solidarity and stand by each other through these challenging times.
Charity Gladstone wants to get the message out to her Heiltsuk community that keeping physical distance from others can help save lives.
Revisiting the story of Haida artist Robert Davidson who, at 22 years old, set out to carve the first new
pole in Haida Gwaii in almost a century.
CFN communities are asking members to take the safe and necessary actions required to prevent the spread of the highly-infectious coronavirus.
A new outreach booklet by the Metlakatla Nation offers a step-by-step guide for First Nations that want to measure the full impact of development on their communities through Cumulative Effects Management.
Coastal First Nations is working to bring faster and more reliable Internet service to coastal communities.
CFN-GBI has an exciting and unique opportunity for a full-time Accounts Payable & Payroll Administrator to join our dynamic team in Vancouver.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, CFN is taking a precautionary measure to close our office and have encouraged our staff to work remotely from home until further notice.
For Kitasoo/Xai’xais and other First Nations along the North and Central Coast, carbon credits for conservation in the Great Bear Rainforest supports a range of stewardship and economic efforts.