The name of the new scholarship program is Cameco-Des Nedhe Scholarship Program. A new scholarship program is in the process of becoming finalized and will be effective for the upcoming Fall 2017 Intake. Tentative scholarships for ERFN post-secondary students will be awarded following the application procedure that will be posted on the www.erfn.net website and […]
The deadline to submit your ERFN Post-secondary Student Support Program Application form for the Fall 2017 Semester is May 30, 2017. Please have completed applications mailed or emailed to: Kristina Duffee ERFN Post-secondary Counsellor 102 8th Street East SASKATOON SK S7H 0N9 Phone: (306) 221-9285 firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to download the form.
The 2017 fund is available again for all members. Please download the form for more info. The application form is available on the website for download by each member. If you require a copy of the application to be mailed to you, please send a request to Marie Black by phone at 306-396-2066 or email at email@example.com, and it will […]
Since the inception of this new position CA Coordinator on May 24, 2016, which entails coordinating and overseeing the on-going implementation of the Collaboration Agreement (CA) between English River First Nation and Cameco and AREVA, my duties are to provide all administrative support and office services for ERFN with respect to the CA. I will […]
English River First Nation Chief and Council: Vice-chief Russ Black, Councillor Peter D’Jonaire, Councillor Louis Wolverine, Chief Lawrence (Labada) McIntyre, Councillor Sandra Wolverine, Councillor Cecile Dawatsare, and Councillor Angie Campbell. The newly elected Council and previous Council: On November 2, 2015, the new Council members were sworn-in at a ceremony at the William Apesis Memorial Hall. (left […]
The Chief and Council of the English River First Nation wish to welcome all visitors to this website. The English River First Nation is located in northern Saskatchewan and is approximately 250 kilometres north, northwest of the City of Meadow Lake. The community has a linguistic profile of being a Dene and Cree First Nation. […]