Both Ontario chiefs give credit to Onion Lake First Nation Chief Wallace Fox.
What does OLFN stand for?
OLFN stands for Onion Lake First Nation
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Strategy session held Onion Lake First Nation hosted an action strategy meeting on Oct.
ONION LAKE FIRST NATION The call for a First Nations political party in Saskatchewan continues after last month's provincial election.
327 CARRY THE KETTLE POWWOW July 18 - 20, 2003 Sintaluta, SK (306) 727-2169 ONION LAKE FIRST NATION POWWOW July 18 - 20, 2003 Onion Lake, SK (306) 344-2149 STANDING ARROW POWWOW & HORSE GAMES July 18 - 20, 2003 Elmo, MT (406) 849-6018 WAHCINCA DAKOTA OYATE POWWOW July 18 - 20, 2003 Fort Peck Res.
Chief and council have drafted an eviction bylaw, similar to those that exist in neighbouring Enoch Cree Nation and in Saskatchewan's Onion Lake First Nation, but tailored to the needs of the Samson Cree.
Chief Wallace Fox of Onion Lake First Nation confidently told the crowd of over 1,000 delegates of his plan to build a fuel refinery on his band's territory.
Chief Wallace Fox of Onion Lake First Nation made it clear that he is taking the initiative and taking back control of the resources on his reserve.
The chiefs hope to discuss those issues and others at a national treaty meeting in Onion Lake First Nation (Alberta) that will take place April 17 to 19.