CLFN

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AcronymDefinition
CLFNCold Lake First Nations (Native American tribal unit; Canada)
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Her mother and her family originated from Cold Lake First Nations, while her father was from Flin Flon, Alta.
With the Cold Lake Friendship Centre Society meeting the needs of not only Indigenous people who live in the city, but also those from the Cold Lake First Nations and the nearby Elizabeth Metis Settlement, having to wait three months before receiving their federal funding for this fiscal year put a strain on operations.
The province is working with the Cold Lake First Nations (CLFN) to redevelop the English Bay Provincial Recreation Area into an Alberta Parks cultural and recreation destination.
Less than two weeks after those shootings, in mid-August 2013, an RCMP officer shot and killed a 52-year old man (identified only as a member of the Charland family) on the Cold Lake First Nations in Alberta.
Furthermore, CNRL is maintaining public silence about the cause of the multiple failures, and official investigations have not included any public stakeholder organizations or members of the Cold Lake First Nations.
121) Cold Lake First Nations v Alberta (Energy Resources Conservation Board), 2012 ABCA 304.
Lawyers for the Cold Lake First Nations and Dene Suline members, as well as the provincial government, will appear in Edmonton provincial court June 2012, where a decision will be made on the status of the proposed re-development of the campground at English Bay.
The four member First Nations gained access rights to the area in 2002, with Canoe Lake and Cold Lake First Nations the only two that hold mineral access rights to the Albertan and Saskatchewan sides of the range.
A partnership between Cold Lake First Nations and the University of Alberta, the Daghida Project, aims to revitalize Dene Suline--the local dialect of the Dene language--and the culture that depends upon it.
Many communities across Canada, like Cold Lake First Nations in Alberta, have numerous heroes.
The province is working with Cold Lake First Nations to redevelop the English Bay Provincial Recreation Area into an Alberta Parks cultural and recreation destination.
About 50 people, including Cold Lake's mayor and representatives from the Cold Lake First Nations and the Canadian Forces Base were in attendance.