All Posts By

Kaska Dena Council

WWF-Canada blog post
Current News
November 6, 2018

Meet the Wild River Guardians. WWF-Canada

The Dane Nan Yḗ Dāh Guardians of the Daylu Dena Council and Dease River First…
Read More
Current News
October 31, 2018

Kaska Reps Present Before Senate Committee in Ottawa

The Senate Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples is due to table a major report early…
Read More
Moose
Current News
September 5, 2018

UPDATED: Notice of Kaska Nation Hunting Closure Due to Wildfire Impacts

The Kaska Dena Leadership in BC have written to Minister Donaldson, Ministry of Forests, Lands,…
Read More
Current News
August 23, 2018

3 Homes in Lower Post, B.C., Destroyed by Wildfire, Official Says. CBC News

'We're pretty stressed out, we're all on edge,' said one resident who fled to safety…
Read More
Current News
August 23, 2018

Lower Post Evacuation Order Still in Effect

The Watson Lake Rec Center is open to residents of Lower Post. Melisa Lewis and…
Read More
Current News
August 22, 2018

Watson Lake Opens Doors to People Fleeing from Wildfires Near Lower Post, B.C. CBC News

B.C. emergency officials issued the evacuation order late Tuesday afternoon, citing the nearby Lutz Creek…
Read More
Sean Smith, whose traditional name is U'yenets'echia, is learning both Tlingit and Southern Tutchone. He is shown here with Krista Dempster who is a language curriculum developer at the Yukon Native Language Centre. (Philippe Morin/CBC)
Current News
July 25, 2018

10,000 Pages of Yukon Indigenous Language Material Published Online. CBC News

A collection of Yukon Indigenous language books has been scanned, organized and made freely available…
Read More
Current News
July 4, 2018

Election Results for Kaska Dena Council, 2018

Kaska Dena Council held their elections on July 4, 2018, in Fort Ware, BC. Congratulations to…
Read More
Current News
July 3, 2018

Election Results for Dease River First Nation, 2018

The Elections for Chief and Council of Dease River First Nation took place in Good…
Read More

PO Box 9, Lower Post, BC V0C 1W0
Phone: 250.779.3181 | Fax: 250.779.3020