Skip to content Skip to left sidebar Skip to footer

Community Notices

CALL OUT FOR LIST OF LOCAL CONTRACTORS FOR:


HEAVY EQUIPMENT, CONSULTANTS, EVENT PLANNING, AND GENERAL CONTRACTING SERVICES

According to section 4.1 of the Procurement and Contracting Policy:

4.1 Local Contactors list
Human Resources will maintain a list of qualified KFN contractors.

Onus is on the contractor to request inclusion on the list and show that they have the required qualifications or experience.

KFN HR is requesting that all KFN Contractors to send information to the HR Manager with information such as:

  1. Type of service your company provides
  2. Email addresses and contact information
  3. Rates for service

Please send information to hr.manager@kfn.ca

For more information please contact Christabelle Carlick 867-332-0023 or 1-866-558-5587 x.229

CITIZEN CONSULTATION

The Constitution Committee is seeking feedback from all KFN citizens regarding the KFN Constitution. 

Please follow this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T6B3GBB 
to complete the online survey. Enter your name and contact information at the end of the survey for you chance to win a Samsung tablet!

The survey will be open until April 25, 2019. Please spread the word and share the link with other citizens.

Please contact Nichole Williams with any questions, governance.analyst@kfn.ca or (867) 841-4274 x 237

Lateral Kindness Workshop

Open to all community members

March 5-6, 2019

9AM to 4PM in the Jacquot Hall.
Lunch will be provided and there will be door prizes!

Any questions please contact Christabelle at 841-4274 ext. 229

Dań Kʼe Language Lessons

Dań K’e Kêts’ádań

“We are learning Dań Kʼe.ˮ

Elders and Youth Room at the Jacquot Hall

Tuesdays: 4pm – 5pm & Thursdays: 11am – 12pm

January 15 to March 14, 2019

Everyone Welcome

Upcoming Public Meetings

A town hall meeting is an American term given to an informal public meeting, function, or event derived from the traditional town meetings of New England. Typically open to everybody in a town community and held at the local municipal building, attendees generally present ideas, voice their opinions, ask questions of the public figures, elected officials, or political candidates at the town hall. Attendees rarely vote on an issue or propose an alternative to a situation. It is not used outside of this secular context.