Blog

Heidi Honegger: A WEEK IN THE DENE COMMUNITY OF LUTSEL K’E LIVING IN THEIR TRADITIONAL WAY

0

Originally published by CPAWS.org on July 19, 2016 As the governments of Canada and NWT work to establish a combined national and territorial park on the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, a group of residents from Wakefield, Quebec, embark on the first leg of a cultural exchange with the Lutsel K’e community. The Wakefield community is hoping to provide …

Read More

Steven Nitah on the World Parks Congress

0

In November 2014, Steven Nitah, Chief Negotiator for the Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation for Thaidene Nene, travelled to Sydney, Australia to attend the World Parks Congress on behalf of the LKDFN and to speak about Thaidene Nene. Steven was very well received by the international audience, and his message helped to tell the world about Thaidene Nene, and how …

Read More

East Arm Travelling Traditions – guest blog by Barb Cameron

0

There is always something very special about being together with friends and family on the land. Trips to the East Arm have been a tradition for me for many years now. Most of our destinations have been chosen for the remote and pristine wilderness camping, exceptional trout fishing and to experience the dramatic scenery. Camping at Quiet Cove, fishing the …

Read More

A week with the Ni Hat’Ni Dene Rangers

0

In mid-July, I spent a week with this season’s two Ni Hat’Ni Dene Ranger Crews outside of the community of Lutsel K’e, on the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, NWT. Ni Hat’ni Dene translates as “watchers of the land” from Chipewyan, the local Dene language. Each summer, two crews of local Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation (LKDFN) members keep …

Read More
Page 1 of 212»
Array ( [marginTop] => 100 [pageURL] => [page] => [width] => 292 [height] => 300 [alignment] => left [color_scheme] => light [header] => header [footer] => footer [border] => true [scrollbar] => scrollbar [linkcolor] => #2EA2CC )
Please Fill Out The TW Feeds Slider Configuration First