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Cold Lake First Nations Food Security Survey

Cold Lake First Nations is leading a community focused food security research project. This research project is being done to understand Cold Lake First Nations food systems at a household and community level and to understand what the causes of food insecurity for...

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Heritage Days Returns August 3rd to 8th

Experience the ultimate journey as we invite you to join the passionate teams of Lands and Resources, along with Language and Culture, in the heart of CLFN's enchanting homelands on the extraordinary CLAWR adventure. From August 3 to August 8, immerse yourself in the...

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Treaty Days Returns! July 7th, 8th, 9th.

We are thrilled to announce the much-anticipated return of the Annual Treaty Days of Cold Lake First Nations! After a year of anticipation, we are delighted to invite everyone to join us in celebrating this joyous occasion. On July 7th, 2023, the Cold Lake First...

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PROVINCE DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY

Hot, dry conditions continue in most areas of the province resulting in numerous wildfires. A provincial state of emergency has been declared. Wildfire emergency updates | Alberta.ca for more info. Albertans who require assistance can call 310-4455 for wildfire...

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A Community Led Project to Rename LeGoff School Has Begun

Cold Lake First Nations has embarked on a new project to rename LeGoff School and to hold a new logo contest. LeGoff School was named after Father LeGoff, the first priest assigned to the main reserve established in the early 1900’s. (#149) In 1908 the Catholic Church...

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Łuéchogh Túé Newsletter: April 2024
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Łuéchogh Túé Newsletter: Summer 2023 Wrap Up
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May 2023 Łuéchogh Túé Newsletter

Contact Us

Cold Lake First Nations Administration

P.O. Box 1769 | Cold Lake, AB | T9M 1P4
Phone: 780-594-7183 | Fax: 780-594-3577

Cold Lake First Nations Health Center

Box 8100| Cold Lake, AB | T9M 1N1
Phone: 780-594-2473
Confidential Fax: 587-840-6336

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