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What does CLFN stand for?

CLFN stands for Cold Lake First Nations (Native American tribal unit; Canada)

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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.
Many communities across Canada, like Cold Lake First Nations in Alberta, have numerous heroes.
Janvier, of Cold Lake First Nations, has received numerous awards for his lifelong contribution to the arts, including Honorary Doctor of Laws Degrees from the University of Alberta and University of Calgary as well as the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts in 2008 and the Order of Canada in 2007.
BY BRANDON KENNEDY Sweetgrass Junior Reporter LeGoff School, Cold Lake Alberta Cold Lake First Nations has two nations: Cree and the Dene who call themselves Denesuline.
A recent open house held last month to introduce the planned expansion attracted a large number of Cold Lake First Nations members as well as Cold Lake residents, said Camille Weleschuk, public affairs officer with Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation.
A report done for the Assembly of First Nations and released in March to coincide with the Inter-Nation Trade and Economic Summit, in Toronto, singles out the work done by Cold Lake First Nations in its partnership with South Korean investors to design a Canadian "eco-resort" in a South Korean national park, as a success story.