FNFN

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FNFNFort Nelson First Nation (Canada)
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Smith is Eh Cho Dene of Fort Nelson First Nation with Metis roots in the Red River Valley.
Quoted by (http://www.alaskahighwaynews.ca/) Alaska Highway News , Fort Nelson First Nation Chief Liz Logan said the dam will submerge what little is left of the Peace River Valley.
Daniele Behn Smith, who is an Eh Cho Dene/Metis woman from the Fort Nelson First Nation, is working as a doctor in Edmonton.
Chief and council of the Fort Nelson First Nation are offering $100,000 for information that leads to a conviction in the 1997 murder of Loretta Capot-Blanc.
The chief of the host Fort Nelson First Nation, to her credit, tossed the government representatives out of the conference on their ears, in the most respectful way.
As far as Chief Kathy Dickie, of Fort Nelson First Nation was concerned--as a Bellegarde supporter--she thought Bellegarde made the right decision to remain on the ballot.
Government and industry officials were asked to leave the Shale Gas/LNG Summit, hosted by Fort Nelson First Nation in April, as a result of the move, "In a stunningly stupid move, the Province has effectively declared war on all BC First Nations and jeopardized all LNG discussions throughout the entire Province of BC," said Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs in a press release.
As part of BC Hydro's Stage 2 review, BC Hydro consulted with Doig River First Nation, Fort Nelson First Nation, Halfway River First Nation, Prophet River First Nation, Saulteau First Nation and the West Moberly First Nations, collectively known as BC Treaty 8 First Nations.
Dickie, 27, was inspired by her past work with the Residential School Healing Project for her band, the Fort Nelson First Nation in British Columbia, and chose to write a story honouring the memories and voices of those--her mother and aunts and uncles included--who survived residential schools.