Your CLFNS Announcements
April 8, 2021 This is an update on the status of the Cold Lake First Nations (“Cold Lake”) Agricultural Benefits Specific Claim. This type of claim is also referred to as “Cows and Plows”. In the Spring of 2019, Cold Lake Chief and Council retained the services of...
Patients and their caregivers can receive consultations, usually within 24 hours, by phone or through their computer with Alberta-based physicians experienced in delivering culturally-safe health care and wellness support.
Service Canada has released a comprehensive list of the financial supports that are available to all Canadians during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click the link to download. GENERAL Support YOUTH Support SENIORS Support BUSINESS Support ...
#3THINGSFORNEIGHBOURS Chief Roger Marten was grateful to be nominated in the #3things4neighbours challenge which asks people and companies to do their part to support the community during these uncertain times. Chief Marten talks about how Cold Lake First Nations has...
The CLFN 2019 Annual Report is available for download now. Physical copies are available at the Band Office. https://clfns.com/download/clfn-annual-report/
Find current COVID-19 statistics and you can hover over the map, click on Geospatial, scroll down the page to see the map, for the most updated hot spots of cases across the province.
Cold Lake First Nations Public Buildings Closed to All Non-Staff Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES HAVE TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE ELECTORAL OFFICER MET THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE OFFICE OF CHIEF
This Annual Report is being released as a continued initiative towards improving communications to our people.