His father is Ojibway from Walpole Island First Nation and his mother is Portuguese.
What does WIFN stand for?
WIFN stands for Walpole Island First Nation (Ontario, Canada)
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- Wolverhampton Inter Faith Group (UK)
- Western Investing for Health (UK)
- [not an acronym] (IEEE 802.11b wireless networking; coined from Wireless Fidelity, a play on High Fidelity)
- Water in Fuel Indicator
- What I Find Interesting
- World Indoor Football League
- What I Feel Like Expressing
- Women in Federal Law Enforcement
- What It Feels Like for A Girl (Madonna song)
- What's In It For Me?
- Women in Fisheries Network
- Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (German: Austrian Institute of Economic Research)
- Wireless Foundations (Research Center at UC Berkeley)
- Wirschaftliche Forschungsgesellschaft (Germany)
- Wine in Front of Me (from movie The Princess Bride)
- Women Institute for Freedom of the Press (Washington, DC)
- Whether in Free Pratique or Not (maritime)
- Wilderness First Response
- Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women (Waukesha, WI)
- Weekly Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation
Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
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 said goodbye to beloved Elder Harold "Skeezix" Peters on Jan.
WALLACEBURG 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.
Jacobs is the executive director of the Walpole Island Heritage Centre, located on Walpole Island First Nation.
SARNIA Walpole Island First Nation announced the establishment of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the University of Western Ontario on June 25 making its five-year research relationship formal.