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General Information Cold Lake First Nations is a Denesuline (Chipewyan) Tribe and part of the Dene Nation. Located 336 kilometers northeast of Edmonton, Alberta, this dynamic First Nation has a total membership of over 2,900 members.
The majority of Band Members live in three distinct neighboring communities, namely LeGoff, English Bay and Cold Lake Town Reserves located near scenic Cold Lake. Many of the members reside in urban centres, such as Edmonton.
Leadership The Leadership strives to achieve the vision of the Nations, empowerment, improved quality of life, and self-sufficiency.
It is the mandate of the Council to work for the Nations to ensure that their Treaty Rights are honoured and that members have every opportunity to derive a prosperous livelihood from the resources of the Nations’ traditional lands. The Nations are rich in assets: the people, the languages, cultures and the land.
For more information, please visit the Nation’s website.
Chief and Council
Chief Kelsey Jacko
Councilor Travis Matchatis
Councilor Deion Blackman
Councilor Lorette Angnaluak
Councilor Bernice Martial
Councilor Eliza Minoose-Flores
Councilor Jacinta Janvier
Contact Information Phone: (780) 594-7183 Fax: (780) 594-3577