WIFN

(redirected from Walpole Island First Nation)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
WIFNWalpole Island First Nation (Ontario, Canada)
WIFNWomen in Fisheries Network
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Bkejwanong First Nation, also known as Walpole Island First Nation, also holds a 15% equity interest in North Kent Wind.
Protestors at Walpole Island First Nation along the St.
He is currently working on a 10-megawatt wind farm on Walpole Island First Nation near Wallaceburg.
Asikinack is an Anishinabe, born on the Walpole Island First Nation in Southern Ontario.
Glen Williams, longtime powwow organizer and member of the Walpole Island First Nation, spoke about the ongoing performance of traditional Ojibway music in southwestern Ontario communities, despite pressures and prohibitions legislated in the Indian Act of Canada and enforced by the local government agent.
Walpole Island First Nation. Alcohol Harm Reduction Team.
Williams, who hails from the Walpole Island First Nation near Samia, was born with under-developed retinas in both eyes.
While maintaining its cultural heritage and traditional knowledge of the environment, the Walpole Island First Nation worked effectively with the nonindigenous population and western environmental scientists to everyone's benefit, according to IISP.
Naomi Williams, 28, an assistant environmental technologist from Walpole Island First Nation, credits a federal government program called BEAHR with expanding her career options and providing an opportunity to help her preserve her people's natural resource heritage.
Walpole Island First Nation in southwestern Ontario has been plagued by the high levels of mercury in the fish of the St.