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The Driftpile Band is situated 30 kms. west of Swan River (or 3 hours and 15 minutes northwest of Edmonton)

The Driftpile Reserve itself is over 15,000 acres in size and sprawls along 10 kms of sandy shoreline on the south side of Lesser Slave Lake.

Highway #2 runs directly through the reserve and provides good access to the lake.

Info Video about COVID-19

ATTENTION DPCN MEMBERS:
Please watch this video for info about the coronavirus, COVID-19, and how to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Watch the video below.

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The Driftpile Band also enjoys a stable political environment and welcomes
the prospect of developing tourism on the reserve.
With relatively high unemployment, the project represents
badly needed jobs and economic opportunity for the
future growth and development of the band.

NEWS & EVENTS

Feather Light Defence Classes

Learn self-defense with Feather Light Defence! Select your group times and show up or sign up with the social receptionist. Click for details.

AHS Notice: Respiratory Illness Outbreak at Kinuso School

Outbreak control measures to limit further spread will be implemented in the school. Click for details.

Social Development Seeking a Cleaner

Social Development is seeking two individuals to do deep cleaning/janitorial work for the NLC. Click for details.

Are you interested in being on the DCN Housing Committee?

DCN is now accepting applications for volunteers to sit on the DCN Housing Committee. Click for details.

Call For Caterers

DCN is once again doing a call out for caterers to provide catering services on an on-call basis. Click for details.

OneFeather Indigenous Banking

OneFeather launches dedicated Indigenous banking solutions with OneFeather APP and OneFeather PAY card. Click for details.

Driftpile Cree Nation Announces Construction of a Full-Service Truck Stop

Driftpile Cree Nation is incredibly proud to announce the construction of a full-service Truck Stop set to open summer 2022! Click for details.

In Person/On Call Support for All Affected by Residential Schools

We are offering in person/on call support for survivors, their families, and those affected by intergenerational trauma. Click for details and how to book.

NNADAP's Monday Night Recovery Group

Refreshments, door prizes, and a grand prize for attendance! Click for details.

Alberta Indian Investment Corporation: Committed to the Entrepreneurial Spirit

AIIC is committed to the First Nations entrepreneurial spirit and we are pleased to share with you general information about the programs and services we offer. Click for info.

NOTICE: Indigenous Children in the Child Welfare System

The situation of Indigenous children in Canada continues to be the greatest problem confronting the child welfare system. Tap to read more.

Public Works Notice: Move Your Vehicles on Service Days

On your Water and/or Sewer service days please move your vehicles, to give easier access for our Service Trucks to your cisterns/septic tanks with minimal damage to your driveways. Click for details.

Going out? Do it safely.

Your actions matter now more than ever. Click for info.

Can You Transmit COVID-19 After Being Vaccinated?

After being vaccinated, it takes at least 10-14 days for your body to build immunity against COVID-19. Click for details.

Bill 71: Employment Standards (COVID Vaccination Leave)

Every working Albertan can access up to three hours of paid, job-protected leave for each dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Click for details.

Notice: Metal Recycler Pick-up Starting May 2021

Junk Is Us will pay a fee for your metal starting May 2021 and throughout the summer. Click for details.

Big Lakes Bus

Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday on a fixed schedule. Book your seat today! Click for details.

Vaccine Facts & Guidance Posters

These posters contain facts about the vaccines, misinformation you might see, and guidelines for when you get yours. Click for info.

COVID-19 Service Canada - Ready to Help

These posters provide overviews of various programs that can assist seniors, youth, businesses, and the general population affected by COVID-19. Click for details.

LSLIRC Health Program: Medical Transportation Database Training

The Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council Health Program is looking for individuals to partake in Medical Transportation Database training. Click for details.

Alberta Indigenous Virtual Care Clinic

This is a great resource to utilize, especially for off reserve members. Please forward to someone you may know who would benefit from the AIVCC. Click for details.

Community Wastewater Systems Notification!

Public Works Information on what you can or cannot put down the drains and toilets. Please share. Click for details.

Legal Quarantine and Isolation Requirements

When there is transmission of COVID-19 in the community, it is important that individuals with confirmed COVID-19, and those identified as close contacts, follow public health isolation/quarantine requirements.

The following document outlines the legal obligations under the provincial Public Health Orders 05-2020 and Order 28-2020, and consequences for individuals who do not comply with the requirements. Click for details.

Togetherall Online Mental Health Community

Togetherall offers a safe and anonymous community to connect from anywhere, at any time. Click for details.

COVID-19, Addiction & Mental Health Resources and Supports

Here is a list of phone numbers, websites, online supports, and information for mental health. Click for info.

Feather Light Defence Classes

AHS Notice: Respiratory Illness Outbreak at Kinuso School

Social Development Seeking a Cleaner

Notice:

Social Development is seeking two individuals to do deep cleaning/janitorial work for the NLC. This is a temporary position of approximately 2-3 weeks.

If interested please submit your resume to the social development office in a sealed envelope.

Applicants must be able to do some heavy lifting and have the appropriate tickets. Must have a clear criminal Record Check.

Deadline is September 28th, 2021

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Karen Cunningham at 780-355-3866

Are you interested in being on the DCN Housing Committee?

Call For Caterers

OneFeather Indigenous Banking

The OneFeather APP is a ground-breaking Indigenous innovation offering a dedicated Indigenous banking solution for First Nations peoples, Métis, and Inuit. Paired with the new contactless OneFeather PAY card and 1FTs (OneFeather Tokens), OneFeather continues to remove the systemic barriers Indigenous Peoples face.

In Canada, 15 per cent of the Indigenous population is not served by a bank. Furthermore, 44 per cent of Indigenous peoples live on-reserve, which makes it difficult for Nation members to access traditional financial institutions and government services.

“The launch of OneFeather APP couldn’t come at a better time,” says Lawrence Lewis, CEO and founder of OneFeather. “Indigenous communities, families, and young adults living on-reserve have been at a considerable disadvantage with banking accessibility and its associated costs.”

OneFeather is decolonizing the financial sector by offering a banking solution for Indigenous Peoples in Canada – whether they are on-reserve or off-reserve. The OneFeather APP enables users to link a pre-existing bank account to load their OneFeather PAY card. OneFeather APP is also a banking solution for urban dwellers, such as young adults who have travelled off-reserve to live, work, or attend post-secondary institutions. Cash gifts can be transferred between family members now while living allowances and tuition will be transferable from Nation bands through the APP in the future.

Creating a OneFeather account in the APP is easy – individuals verify their identity by submitting a selfie and providing additional information through the APP. With verification, users can obtain the OneFeather PAY card – a reloadable payment card that can be used anywhere major credit cards are accepted.

OneFeather PAY card also provides users with an Indigenous-only rewards system by allowing users to collect OneFeather Tokens (1FTs) – which can be collected through more ways than just transactions. Users will eventually be able to exchange 1FTs for a wide range of benefits, including status card renewal service fees and merchandise in a future digital Indigenous marketplace.

1FTs are transferable- Indigenous members can send their 1FTs to their Indigenous friends and family, who can exchange them for the same services and rewards. Everyone, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, can earn 1FTs, however, 1FTs can only be redeemed for and by Indigenous peoples. Non-Indigenous people can transfer their 1FTs to Indigenous peoples or donate them back to OneFeather.

The 1FT Rewards program is funded by the OneFeather Box of Treasures Foundation, a non-profit founded by OneFeather to give back to Indigenous communities. Every time a person uses their OneFeather PAY card, they are contributing to the OneFeather Box of Treasures.

“The real measure of our wealth is not by what we keep, but what we give back,” said Lewis. “It is an extension of our culture in the fintech space.”

To celebrate the launch of the OneFeather APP, OneFeather is giving back to the Indigenous community. Lewis and OneFeather have committed to helping Maxwell Johnson and his granddaughter, who were arrested by police in a Vancouver Bank of Montreal while attempting to open a bank account in January 2020. In collaboration and funded by Indigenomics Institute and Raven Capital Partners, OneFeather will be gifting Johnson and his granddaughter pre-loaded OneFeather PAY cards and 1FTs for a scholarship and in honour of lived experience.

Additionally, OneFeather is partnering with Empowered Startups to provide seed funding for Indigenous entrepreneurial students and alumni in a pilot project, and giving away pre-loaded cards and 1FTs throughout promotions this summer.

OneFeather has worked in collaboration with BlocPal International Inc. in developing the OneFeather APP. BlocPal provides a “simple, fast, and secure digital transaction platform that allows anyone to transact in their currency or asset of choice.” BlocPal operates in India, Mexico, Canada, the U.S., and parts of Europe. BlocPal already works with over 50,000 retailers and provides services for millions of people.

OneFeather APP will soon be a one-stop-shop solution integrating OneFeather’s digital voting solution for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit elections and voting events, supporting Indigenous businesses, and offering online status card services, whereby First Nations members can renew, replace, or apply for their status card.

For more information, visit: onefeather.ca

Driftpile Cree Nation Announces Construction of a Full-Service Truck Stop

In Person/On Call Support for All Affected by Residential Schools

NNADAP's Monday Night Recovery Group

NOTICE: Indigenous Children in the Child Welfare System

Public Works Notice: Move Your Vehicles on Service Days

Can You Transmit COVID-19 After Being Vaccinated?

After being vaccinated, it takes at least 10-14 days for your body to build immunity against COVID-19. Remember: continue to follow public health guidelines in your area to better prevent and control the spread of the virus in your community.

Watch the video here: facebook.com/CanadianMedicalAssociation/videos/227571229156740

For more answers from Canada's doctors, visit covidquestions.ca

Bill 71: Employment Standards (COVID Vaccination Leave)

Bill 71: Employment Standards (COVID Vaccination Leave) Amendment Act, 2021 has passed today. Jason Copping released following statement:

"As our province’s vaccine program continues to vaccinate more and more Albertans, we continue to take action to protect lives and livelihoods.

"Alberta’s government has passed legislation that amends the Employment Standards Code to ensure working Albertans can access paid, job-protected leave to get each COVID-19 vaccine.

"By passing this legislation, we are reducing barriers for Alberta workers to get vaccinated. This means no Albertan will have to choose between getting vaccinated and putting food on the table.

"Effective today, every working Albertan can access up to three hours of paid, job-protected leave for each dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. All employees are eligible regardless of job status or length of employment.

"We urge all employees and employers to work together when scheduling COVID-19 vaccination leaves.

"This is the right thing to do and we will continue to take bold actions to protect Albertans lives and livelihoods while ensuring our economic recovery."

For more details, visit assembly.ab.ca/assembly-business/bills

Notice: Metal Recycler Pick-up Starting May 2021

Big Lakes Bus

COVID-19 Service Canada - Ready to Help

General Population

Seniors

Youth

Businesses

LSLIRC Health Program: Medical Transportation Database Training

The Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council Health Program is looking for:

Individuals to partake in Medical Transportation Database training. This training is required to fill in as substitute Medical Transportation Coordinators for the LSLIRC Health Program. If interested, Privacy Training and a CPIC must be submitted to:

Marcella Cunningham-Schnurr at marcellac@lslirc.ab.ca, training dates will be scheduled once documents have been received. If you have any questions, please call 780-849-0513.

Alberta Indigenous Virtual Care Clinic

OFF RESERVE Elders, Seniors 75+ - COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

Tansi Everyone,

For any OFF RESERVE Elders, Seniors 75+ can now book COVID-19 vaccine appointments. If you know anyone, please forward this information.

All Albertans born in 1946 or earlier are eligible to get the vaccine. You do not need to wait for your 75th birthday.

To make an appointment:
Book online: alberta.ca/covid19-vaccine.aspx
Or Call 811

(Appointments are based on vaccine supply.)

COVID-19 Vaccines: Informative Videos

How does the COVID 19 Vaccine Work? Watch the video below made by Sioux Lookout First nations Health Authority.
https://vimeo.com/503519252

This is a video created to give you a sense of how the COVID-19 vaccines work.
For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine, visit slfnha.com/covid/covid-resources/covidvaccine/ For questions, or comments please email ACWinfo@slfnha.com



Want to know Information about the Moderna Vaccine? Watch the video below for info. Video made by Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority.
https://vimeo.com/503661594

This is a video created to explain how the Moderna Vaccine was created so quickly.
For more information on the COVID-19 vaccine, visit slfnha.com/covid/covid-resources/covidvaccine/ or email ACWinfo@slfnha.com

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