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General Information The Whitefish Lake First Nation #128 community is located in the Northeastern part of Alberta covering 50 sq kms. It is located 206 Kilometers NE of Edmonton, 72 Kilometers NW of St. Paul and 68 Kilometers West of Bonnyville, Alberta. The community is home to approximately 3,237 members of which 1,204 are off-reserve and 2,033 reside on the reserve.
Whitefish Lake First Nations #128 is a community discovering its potential with a rich history of resiliency and determination. It has embraced the challenge of economic renewal as an opportunity to enrich the lives and brighten the futures of every member of the community.
Strong leadership, a tradition of excellence and the ability to recognize opportunities is leading to its reputation as a vibrant, independent and self-governing community. Every decision, every project and every new skill enhances the First Nation’s ability to take on new challenges and expand its scope of accomplishments. The First Nation believes that sustainable and diversified development is the key to growth and development.
For more information, please visit the Nation’s website.
Chief and Council
Chief Stan Houle
Councilor Louise Hunter
Councilor Herb Jackson
Councilor James Jackson Jr.
Contact Information Phone: (780) 636-7000 Fax: (780) 636-3534