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General Information Frog Lake is a community about a two and half hour drive east of Edmonton. It is located approximately 90 km. north of Lloydminster and 80 km. south of Cold Lake on Secondary Highway 897. The community is easily accessible by paved roads. Nearby communities include Marwayne, Elk Point, and Heinsburg, Alberta.
Frog Lake has 3,349 band members as of December 31, 2017. The community has an on-reserve population of approximately 2,123.
Frog Lake is rich in natural resources and has its own oil and gas drilling facilities. The First Nation believes that when armed with appropriate resources, they hold the capacity and ingenuity to ensure a sustainable economic future which includes the preservation of the spiritual and cultural ways for all community members. This belief has enabled the First Nation to approach their challenges with determination and confidence.
Leadership The First Nations’ progressive leadership has developed strong relationships with industry. The vision for their First Nations’ involves a proactive community-led economic and business development strategy. It is supported by the knowledge and resource stewardship traditions of the members partnered with the best knowledge and expertise of today’s society.
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Pow Wow Days
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Chief and Council
Chief Greg Desjarlais
Councilor Jason Quinney
Councilor Collin Quinney
Councilor Cliffton Cross
Councilor Stoney Dion
Councilor Preston Faithful
Address General Delivery Frog Lake, Alberta T0A 1M0
Contact Information Phone: (780) 943-3737 Fax: (780) 943-3966