The Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) began in 1981 when the First Nations of Northwest Saskatchewan united to form the Meadow Lake District Chiefs Joint Venture. The Meadow Lake District Chiefs became officially known as the Meadow Lake Tribal Council in 1996.
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
William Apesis Band hall
English River First Nation
6:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Programs & Services
Learn more about the team responsible for managing and administrating the MLTC.
To expand the ability of the MLFN communities so they can create, produce, and manage wealth.
Includes the following centralized functions, all of which support MLTC Programs.
Responsible for the recruitment of the employees.
Ensuring the safety and well-being of children and the responsibility shared by every member of the community.
Promotes healthy lifestyles and allows the youth the opportunity to enhance their physical, social, mental, and emotional abilities.
William Ratfoot: Elders Co-ordinator.
Provides consultative and support services for each of the initiatives outlined in the strategic plans of each community.
Ensures all First Nations children living in Canada can access the products, services, and supports they need, when they need them.
Provides clinical support, program support, consultation, advice and training.
Provides restorative and community based justice services for the 9 Meadow Lake First Nations.
Provides primary support directly in the member communities, ensuring computer systems function effectively.
The Technical Services Program of Meadow Lake Tribal Council is responsible with assisting development in the Meadow Lake First Nation.
Learn more about how the Meadow Lake Tribal Council is leading new governance initiatives.
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