Kluane First Nation is hosting a small business workshop TOMORROW, Friday, May 24, 2013
in the Jacquot Hall in Burwash Landing and you are invited to attend.
The purpose of this one day workshop is to introduce you to our industry and business partners
To give an opportunity for those interested in Contract and Employment opportunities a chance to meet with these prospective employers and business partners.
We will present the opportunities starting at 10:00 am in the morning, have lunch and then give KFN Citizens a chance to meet with Business Support Services representatives in the afternoon.
This will allow KFN Citizens to understand the opportunities, criteria, and to ensure they have everything they need to apply.
DOWNLOAD the agenda, pick one up at the KFN offices or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to seeing you there – Friday, May 24 from 10:00 am till 2:30 pm
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LEASE – LOT 1012, ALASKA HIGHWAY
ISSUE DATE: MAY 10, 2013
ISSUE DATE: MAY 10, 2013
The KFN Pika is the first First Nation Land Registry platform to come online in Yukon.
Pika is a web-based First Nation land registry platform that supports First Nation land management and administration. Pika stores information pertaining to contacts, First Nation Settlement Lands, land use authorizations, and registered instruments on First Nation Settlement Lands. With Pika users can quickly create and retrieve information; upload documents such as a PDF, JPEG, or PNG files, as well as map layers; and post comments. It includes interactive maps showing the geographical extent of Settlement Land parcels, sub-parcels, and land use authorizations issued.
What is the Land Registry?
The KFN Land Registry is a repository of documents affecting legal interests in land. The KFN Land Registry is contiguous to the Lands, Resources & Heritage Department office of the Kluane First Nation Government. The Land Registry system is the basis for KFN’s entire land management system. Together, the following two main components form the KFN Land Registry:
1. Pika – Web platform with a mapping interface; and
2. Physical Land Registry:
a. Land Registry Authorization File – Contains all documents pertaining to an authorization;
b. Land Registry Record by Parcel – A listing of interests in a parcel;
The KFN Land Registry system covers all of the steps involved in applying for a land use authorization, assessing and making a decision, and registering instruments. The Lands, Resources & Heritage Department is responsible for overseeing the Land Registry. The physical Land Registry is available to the public and can be accessed through the Clerk by any person by appointment during regular business hours. The Land Registry is located in the KFN main office administration building and is open every day of the week, except for civic holidays, during regular business hours.
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Welcome to the Kluane First Nation. Growing from the shores of Kluane Lake in all directions is Ä sì Keyi, (My Grandfather’s Country) a forest nation, that stretches to the Ruby and Nisling mountain ranges to the northeast and the St. Elias Mountains to the southwest.
The Kluane Lake area is the traditional territory of the Lù’àn Män Ku Dän, the Kluane Lake People. The majority of the First Nation people from this area identify themselves as descendants of Southern Tutchone speakers and follow a matriarchal moiety system of two clans, Khanjet (Crow Clan) or Ägunda(WolfClan). Other ancestors of the Kluane First Nation came from nations such as the Tlingit, Upper Tanana and Northern Tutchone.