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To improve the process of applying for a secure status card:

Click on the link to see the full website and download the application:

https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1100100032380/1572461388012

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WRFN Approved Re-opening Plan

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WRFN Staff will be returning to the office on July 2, 2020 at 8:30 am. The offices will not available to the public unless they book an appointment with the receptionist (867-862-7802 ext. 0) for the department you would like to meet with, this includes the Social Assistance Office. If you have any questions about the re-opening plan please contact Sid VanderMeer at 867-862-7802 ext. 102 or email executivedirector@wrfn.ca

Please click on the PDF document to download and review the approved plan.


Tepee Lake – Coffee Creek Trip

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Join the Lands and Resources Department on one of our upcoming trips this summer! The first trip will be a fly-in camp to Tepee Lake from July 20-24th. During this camp we will explore the surrounding area, have cultural workshops, and go on hikes.
Our second trip will be sometime during the first two weeks of September (the  exact dates will be announced soon). This camp will be a harvest camp at Coffee Creek. During this week we will be hunting and exploring the surrounding area. There may be an option to fly elders in who are interested in attending. 
As both these trips are limited in space, please contact the Lands Department as soon as possible to let them know if you are interested in attending! You can reach them at 867-668-4121 or naturalresources@wrfn.ca.

Morel Mushroom Harvesting Information for Beaver Creek, Yukon Area

If you are planning to harvest Morel Mushrooms in the Snag, Yukon area, please review White River First Nation’s Morel Mushroom Harvesting Guidelines. White River First Nation will require you to contact our Lands and Resources Department (in Whitehorse) to fill out your Morel Mushroom Harvest Permission Form before you are planning to travel to Beaver Creek, Yukon. You can reach our Lands Department by phone 867-668-4121 or email: naturalresources@wrfn.ca.


Please see guidelines and permission form below.