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Big River First Nation is located 120 kilometers northwest of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada, with a population of approximately 4,000 people of Cree descent.

Community Dashboard

To learn more about BRFN’s community development initiatives, visit our Community Dashboard!

job opportunities

For the latest BRFN job opportunities, visit our Job Listings page!

News & Events

For the most up-to-date BRFN news and upcoming events, visit our News & Events page!

Reminiscing the Jim Neilson sports complex grand opening

Previous Chief Jack Rayne pictured with New York Rangers’ Alumnus Adam Graves at the opening of the Jim Neilson Sports Complex September 6th, 2022.

Services

Services offered by some of the departments of Big River First Nation that may have otherwise become overlooked.

Big River First NAtion's Small Business Development Grant Program

The Small Business Development Grant Program can support members in entrepreneurial business development, capital and operating, marketing, and on-going business support costs (including costs to support BRFN contractors).

There are no deadlines for this application process and the Big River First Nation Small Business Grant is now considered open call. Once the funds are expended for the respectful year, applicants will be advised to reapply for the next fiscal year (funds are replenished every March 31st).

Download the application here: SBDG

Brfn is seeking Committee members

BRFN will need comittee members for the following Portfolios: Education (3), Health (2), BRFN Prevention (2), and MSCFS (2).

Interested applicants can contact: Allison Lachance (639) 922-7105, Corley Cameron (639) 922-7376, Julie Morin (306) 468-4091

Upcoming Events

Big River First Nation’s Upcoming Events can be found here.

Come out for a tea boiling contest with mscfs!

Don’t forget to bring some Muskeg Tea!

A look back on the chief john keenatch High School construction

Aodbt architecture + interior design and the school steering committee had done design work on the Chief John Keenatch High School for the community.  On February 1, 2018 the consultants held a Community Information Session to meet with school staff, Elders, and community members to present the findings of the School Feasibility Study, discuss 21st-Century Learning concepts, get information from the community, and answer questions about the design process.

The CJK High School is approximately 5,100 square metres in size, and includes the latest in educational amenities. The grand opening took place on September 6th, 2022.

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