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Author Archives: Hazel Anjaria

I am the Multimedia Coordinator and Webmaster For CFNR who also directs, edits and produces video content. I am originally from India, got my broadcasting diploma from London, Ontario and now reside in Terrace BC.

Raymond Edee on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Raymond comes on Journeys to talk about what life is like in Fort Nelson First Nation. He is also the Culture and Heritage teacher at Chalo School. Read More »

Lana Lowe on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Lana Lowe comes on Journeys to talk about the “Harvester Program” that’s happening in Fort Nelson First Nation. Read More »

2017 Opening Ceremonies – All Native Basketball Tournament

The 58th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament Opening Ceremonies are hosted by the Ahousat Soul Shaker Dance Group! Listen to CFNR for live coverage from the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre on Sunday February 12th at 8pm and go to for live video streaming. Sponsored by Northwest Regional Airport Terrace/Kitimat, N&V Johnson, Seabridge Gold and Your Nation, Your Station, CFNR ... Read More »

Information regarding CFNR’s Application for a Vancouver Radio Station licence – Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2017-1

CFNR is applying for a license for a new, stand alone, Native Type B radio undertaking.  For information regarding this application and the CRTC’s Notice of Consultation, please visit: Read More »

Rainbow Chrysler giveaway!

Juliana Marshall was the winner of the $20,000 cash giveaway through Rainbow Chrysler. To qualify you needed to have purchased a new or used vehicle from Rainbow Chrysler in 2016 before December 16/16, odds were around 1 in 500. The money was not given to them through Chrysler but directly from Rainbow Chrysler as an incentive for customers to shop ... Read More »

Kathie Dickie on journeys with Kiefer Collison

Kathie Dickie comes on Journeys to talk about the issues and the history of Fort Nelson First Nation. Also she gives us a look into the creation of the Chalo school which her and her family were heavily involved with. Read More »

Violet Gellenback on Journeys with Kiefer Collison

Violet is a Wet’suwet’en elder who was heavily involved with the making of Volume 2 of the Wet’suwet’en history book that was recently launched in Smithers. We have a great conversation about Wet’suwet’en history. Read More »

Fill the Canoe Christmas Hamper winner!

We had a very excited winner at the Fill the Canoe christmas Hamper food drive. The Canoe was a very large boat and was filled to overflowing with non perishable food items.  People from Fort Nelson and Fort Nelson First Nation braved the 30 below weather and joined the fun.   Maxine Burk of Fort Nelson First Nation was the ... Read More »

CFNR Talks: LNG Development

CFNR Talks: LNG Development CFNR Talks: LNG Development is an online coffee table discussion on “what can LNG do for First Nations communities, and is it worth it?” It will be streaming live via Monday, December 12th from 2-3pm. Gene Law is the moderator, with guests: Chief Councillor Joe Bevan of the Kitselas First Nation; Community Advocate, Lucy Praught, ... Read More »

Festival of Trees

The Festival of Trees is back! Glacier Toyota is proud to support and host the second annual Festival of Trees for the Smithers and surrounding area. Our community raised $8,725 last year and we think we can do much better this year. Update:- We would like to thank Seabridge Gold once again as they were the successful bidders on the CFNR ... Read More »