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Welcome to Whitefish Lake First Nation #459, we are a Cree Community located in Northern Alberta 141 kilometres north of Lesser Slave Lake. Our Nation has a land base of 8,300 hectares and approximately 2,900 members.  The Nation is a part of the Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council, and Treaty 8 First Nations.

 

Our website is here to provide online information for band members and visitors. Here you will find information about our different departments, contact information, updates, community meetings

for on and off-reserve, employment opportunities, and on-going projects. The hope is to encourage involvement and keep members informed 

 

Our mission is to promote a self-sustaining community, utilizing a holistic soul, mind, body and spirit approach.

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Treaty Days 2020

Community Events

June 10, 2021

Virtual Vaccine Informed Townhall

Questions about COVID-19 vaccines?
Are you interested in learning more about vaccines, how they were made and how they might affect you?
On Thursday, June 10 Windspeaker Radio and Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council are presenting a COVID Vaccine radio town hall.

June 16, 2021

MMIWM Walk/Run 5K

Bringing Awareness to missing and murdered indigenous women, men, and girls

June 10, 2021

Community Clean Up

Community Clean up, meet at the Health Center at 9:30 AM

June 8, 2021

Our Nations Storytelling

We are inviting children and youth to come join us for an evening of storytelling. You will get to hear stories from the old days, and stories passed down through the generations.

June 8, 2021

Skate Park Presentation

All youth are encouraged to attend. We are wanting input from the youth regarding a future skate park in the community. There will be snacks and door prizes!

"...For as long as the sun shines, the grass grows, and the rivers flow"

Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Fax: 780-767-3922

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Atikameg, Alberta

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