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Midsummer Music Festival

Midsummer Music Festival is coming!  June 29th till July 1st at the Smithers Fair Grounds! With four stages of great live music from around the world! Its a great family friendly event! CFNR will be live on location on Friday welcoming everyone down to the festival! Also, our very own Steve Little will be MCing the event Friday and Saturday! ... Read More »

National Indigenous Day at Trout Lake

June 21st National Indigenous Day Journey 106.3 will be there! A day for all Canadians to celebrate the cultures and contributions to Canada of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit people. Join us at the celebration with the official BC National Indigenous Day event at Trout Lake with a community-based, full day of events set to showcase and celebrate the ... Read More »

Tour de Telegraph 2018

The Tour de Telegraph took place on Friday, June 22nd! It was a record turn out this year with over 78 riders registered to take on the gruelling 112km ride from Telegraph Creek to Dease Lake all to raise money for the Dease Lake Recreation Centre. We’ll have an update soon as to how much in total was raised! CFNR’s ... Read More »

Kitsumkalum 5K Walk for Health

The Kitsumkalum 5K Walk for Health will be taking place on Saturday July 14th. It will start at Kitsumkalum Tempo and loop through Kitsumkalum. Check in is at 9am, with the walk starting at 10am. Participants collect pledges for the walk and all money raised will be going to the Dr. REM Lee Hospital Foundation’s Ophthalmic Surgical Microscope project. Registration/pledge ... Read More »

Salmon Fest 2018!

Salmon Fest 2018!   The 6th Annual Salmon Festival, hosted by the Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Dance Group, will be taking place May 26th at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre in Prince Rupert. You can watch the event live on cfnrfm.ca. Brought to you by McDonald’s Prince Rupert, Pretivm Resources Bruce Jack Gold Mine, DCM construction and CFNR. Read More »

Friendship pole raised in Kitimat

Friendship pole raised in Kitimat The Haisla Nation and the District of Kitimat are raising the Friendship Totem Pole in Kitimat, solidifying the cooperation and friendship between the two communities. Read More »

Minerals North 2018

Minerals North 2018 : Houston BC Minerals North Conference is happening April 25th to 27th in Houston BC! This event is hosted by communities in northern BC and is the largest northern mining conferences in Western Canada. The event provides an opportunity for local communities to showcase their capacity to service the mineral industry, for community leaders to learn about ... Read More »

NABOC 2018

NABOC, National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference, will be taking place April 10th to 12th in Prince Rupert. NABOC brings together Aboriginal and private sector business groups from all over the world, to discuss potential joint ventures, partnership and supplier opportunities. Over 200 Aboriginal and Private Sector Delegates will once again attend the conference to network together and look for new business opportunities. On day two, ... Read More »

Hoobiyee 2018 in Laxgalts’ap

    Hoobiyee – the Nisg̱a’a celebration of a new season of harvest – was celebrated by the Nisg̱a’a Nation at the Lax̱g̱alts’ap Community Centre (“LCC”) on February 23 & 24, 2018! At the heart of Ḵ’alii-aksim Lisims – the Nisg̱a’a Village of Lax̱g̱alts’ap and the Lax̱g̱alts’ap Cultural Dancers look forward to giving a warm welcome and extending signature Nisg̱a’a ... Read More »

Hoobiyee 2018 – Ts’amiks Edition

   Hoobiyee 2018 CFNR was very excited to partner with the Nisga’a Ts’amiks Vancouver Society to bring you live coverage from Hobiye’e 2018 – Ts’amiks edition February 2nd and 3rd in Vancouver at the PNE Forum. Don’t miss this amazing event celebrating the Nisga’a New Year with dance groups from all over the province.     Read More »

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