The premier Bob McLeod; minister of industry, tourism and investment David Ramsey; minister of justice and human resources Glen Abernethy as well as Herb Norwegian, grand chief of the Dehcho First Nations were inlcuded in the guest list.
What does DCFN stand for?
DCFN stands for Dehcho First Nations (Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, Canada)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The problem was that an entity called the Dehcho First Nations has steadfastly held out from signing the necessary impact and benefit agreements, and it controls an important section of right-of-way where the pipeline would be built.
She was so pleased with Camosun's reception of her community's students she has twice invited Martin to fly to Yellowknife, providing a personal driver so Martin could promote Camosun's Aboriginal education options to the Dehcho First Nations students in the elementary and secondary schools in Fort Providence, Fort Simpson and Fort Liard.
Parks Canada and Dehcho First Nations formed The Nahanni Expansion Working Group which made recommendations on a final boundary for the National Park Reserve within the Greater Nahanni Eco System.
This appeal had been taken by the Dehcho First Nations against the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board and the Company, alleging that the Licence as issued did not include all the recommendations of the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board.